Researchers used GPS and polling data to explore the relationship between who residents likely voted for and their behaviour in hurricane season.
Scientists looked at almost 6,000 people for their research.
Experts say climate change must be addressed to combat worsening wildfire seasons.
The top infectious disease expert and White House coronavirus task force member said the U.S. is the "worst hit country in the world."
The signatories wrote they have a "moral and an ethical responsibility to call attention to the falsehoods and misrepresentations of science recently fostered" by the White House adviser.
Professor Grant McFadden of Arizona State University told Newsweek "disinformation and outright lies" circulate widely.
The pause serves as a "wake-up call" for those eagerly awaiting a vaccine, the chief scientist at the World Health Organization said.
Johan Carlson said keeping messages clear and consistent and getting the public to take personal responsibility helped limit spread of the virus.
The majority of the lower 48 had "above" to "much above" average temperatures this summer.
The U.K., France, Belgium and several other countries in Europe are "reporting community transmission," according to the World Health Organization.
The Native American territory has 9,903 confirmed cases, with 7,154 patients reportedly recovered.
AstraZeneca said illnesses will happen by chance in trials and must be independently reviewed.
Dr. James Gill of Warwick Medical School said the decision "should be championed as good science and great transparency."
Texas schools are not required to teach any form of sexual education, but those that opt-in will be required to promote abstinence-only guidelines as well as a complete evasion of any LGBTQ discussion.
"There are few places children go where a gun is not far away," study co-author Dr. Michael Nance told Newsweek.
India is now the second worst affected country, with over 4.2 million cases.
But Professor Ian Jones of the University of Reading told Newsweek the claim "is a little stretched."
More than 14 million cases have been reported in the region, some 52 percent of the worldwide total.
Polls suggest more than half of Americans disapprove of Trump's response to the crisis.