For several reasons, forest fires have increased in number and intensity in the western United States. A. Fire suppression, which was initially thought to be beneficial, and logging are two human activities that have caused an increase in large forest fires. B. Logging is much less likely than other human activities to have effects that contribute to large forest fires. C. Because forest fires are dangerous to people's property and a waste of valuable resources, the Forest Service currently has a policy to suppress all fires within a day. D. The biggest problem in Western forest management is the increased amount of fire fuel available in forests as a result of human activity. E. The Forest Service has not yet discovered exactly why the climate of western United States causes some types of trees but not others to catch fire. F. The United States government and the public are unwilling to cover the costs required to reduce the increased fuel loads in Western forests.