Atmospheric chemistry: Breathing easier in the Amazon

Fires related to Amazonian deforestation are a large source of particulate matter emissions. Satellite measurements and models reveal that reductions in deforestation and fire emissions since 2001 have prevented hundreds of premature deaths each year.

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Suggested Citation Wiedinmyer, Christine. (2015). Atmospheric chemistry: Breathing easier in the Amazon. UCAR/NCAR - Library. Accessed 30 September 2023.

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