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The science events to watch for in 2021

The large blackened and decapitated trunk of a giant Sequoia surrounded by other fire-damaged trees in a forest in the hills

Climate change could make wildfires like the one that decapitated this giant sequoia in California more frequent. Credit: Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/Getty

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Nature 589, 14-15 (2021)



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