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Wildfire smoke may warm the Earth for longer than we thought

By Nealan Gerrebos, PhD Student, Chemistry, University of British Columbia
Allan Bertram, Professor, Chemistry, University of British Columbia
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Brown carbon refers to a range of pollutants found in smoke from wildfires. They can contribute to global warming before they undergo a process that alters their chemical properties.The Conversation


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