What are the continued effects of Maui wildfires?

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More than 100 people have been killed and hundreds of others are still missing after the Maui wildfires.

The wildfires are doing more than scorching homes and lands, they are taking an emotional toll on residents and will for years to come.

We talked to Katie Kamelamela, a professor at the ASU School of Ocean Futures to find out more about the effect these wildfires are having on the people and the land. Kamelamela also explains the rich history of Maui.

Katie Kamelamela, Professor at ASU School of Ocean Futures

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