Wildfires may have larger effects on cloud formation and climate change than thought

As the frequency and size of wildfires continue to increase worldwide, new research by Carnegie Mellon University scientists shows that the chemical aging of the particles emitted by these fires can lead to more extensive cloud formation and intense storm development in the atmosphere. The U.S.

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