New Study Reveals An Abrupt Side Effect Emerging from Wildfires

Dry spells of summers and high temperatures can give way to forest fires. It is no surprise, in fact, it happens a lot here near the Everglades. But this year’s wildfire season has been especially catastrophic. Fires can easily burn up to multiple acres destroying the natural landscape and placing the wildlife in danger. According to the new research in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, smoke from the forest fires is capable of producing air particles and gases resulting in this serious side effect.

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