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Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area
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Southern California Wildfire Recovery. The June 2016 Old Fire burned after 4 years of the most severe drought in 1,200 years. Post-fire landscapes in southern California are probably one of the most dramatic examples of vegetation recovery from apparent fire destruction, and photo series are one of the most effective educational tools to show this kind of change over time. New technology allows park visitors to become citizen scientists and actively participate in the collection of data to document this kind of change and to see the results in the future.

About Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

The Santa Monica Mountains offer easy access to surprisingly wild places. Experience the famous beaches of Malibu or explore more than 500 miles of trails. The park abounds with historical and cultural sites, from old movie ranches to Native American centers. 

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