Effects of historical fires on climate are 'significantly underestimated', says researchers

Lee Bell
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Effects of historical fires on climate are 'significantly underestimated', says researchers

Cooling effect of present-day man-made aerosol pollution probably overestimated

Fresh research led by scientists at the University of Leeds has shown that the effects of fires in the pre-industrial era, which realised particles in the earth's atmosphere, may have been signific...

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