California wildfires are burning in a record-setting fashion and the weather is setting up to be one of the most severe in decades.
Some experts have said that a fire this bad could affect millions of people in the region, including the people of Yosemite.
But what happens to the trees that burn?
We decided to ask experts what they think could happen to the precious gems of the western United States.
Elmo Fire The Elmo fire is burning in northern California, in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
(Reuters/Nathaniel Kornbluth)The tree that is the symbol of elmo is known for its unique red fruit.
(Image: Wikimedia Commons)The Elmo tree is a member of the fir family.
The tree is one of four species of elm in the state of California.
The other two are the elm, a large, slender tree with a thick trunk, and the hemlock, a slender, waxy tree with large, dark red berries.
These trees are native to the Sierra and are native in the forests of southern California, especially in the Yosemite National Park.
The elm is a small tree and therefore, like many elms, is susceptible to wildfire.
Elm trees are generally not able to withstand wildfire because they are not as fast growing as other trees.
This means that they are also vulnerable to the fires that are occurring in the southern United States right now.
When a fire starts in the mountains, the Elmo will likely be the first tree that comes out.
In the wintertime, it is the only tree to burn because it is dry and therefore will not be as susceptible to fire.
What do you think?
What are the consequences of a fire like the Elma?
It could cause damage to the entire California forest and cause extensive damage to people’s homes and property, including in Yosemite.
Some scientists have said there could be catastrophic effects to the lives of millions of residents in the regions.
How could a fire affect the forests?
Trees and other vegetation are vulnerable to fire because they have a number of layers of protection.
The top layer is called a “shelf,” which is an organic, water-rich, watery substance that protects them from being cut down by the fire.
The next layer is a “tallow,” which can absorb water and retain water for years, but it can also be very dry.
If the top layer dries out or starts to collapse, the wood can be completely destroyed by the heat of the fire and then the fire will continue to burn it down.
This can also cause the fire to spread to other layers of the tree and damage its outer leaves.
What are some other species that could be affected by fire?
The elmo and the other elm trees have some other plants that are more susceptible to fires.
The main ones are the hemmels, which are small, white, hairy trees that grow up along the trunk and grow to about 30 feet (10 meters) tall.
The hemmel is a hardy tree that does well in areas with dry conditions, but when the weather warms up, the tree loses its ability to withstand fire.
These hemmell trees have a higher degree of fire resistance than other trees and can survive even fires that would kill many other species of trees.
What about the elmo?
The Elma is the main tree in Yosemite National Forest.
The Elmas are among the largest and most valuable trees in the area.
The trees are the biggest in the park, and they have been growing in the forest for centuries.
When the fire started in May, it reached about 100,000 acres (65,000 hectares) in the upper Yosemite Valley.
What happened next?
The fire continued to burn into Yosemite National and in the surrounding areas for several days.
After that, the fire began to weaken, and by the end of July, it was down to just a few thousand acres (3,000 ha).
The fire was brought under control, and in August, the entire area of Yosemite was spared from a major wildfire.
How does the Elmas ecosystem respond to the fire?
Many elm species in the western forests are resistant to fire and can grow well in hot, dry conditions.
However, in areas where the fire has already destroyed many trees, the elms have a very limited ability to regenerate their forest.
If a tree burns, the ash that has settled on the ground could be a serious threat to future tree growth.
It is very important to keep the elmas out of the open areas of the forest, especially when the fire is raging.
Some people believe that by removing the trees, it could provide some respite for the elma trees, which can often be the last tree to be cut down in the wild.
But it would be foolish to remove elms that have been in the environment for centuries and whose growth is highly dependent on their environment. How