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Siberian wildfires and related gas and aerosol emissions into the atmosphere over the past decades

@inproceedings{Mokhov2022SiberianWA,
  title={Siberian wildfires and related gas and aerosol emissions into the atmosphere over the past decades},
  author={Igor I. Mokhov and Sergei A. Sitnov},
  year={2022}
}
Siberian wildfires and related regional anomalies of atmospheric impurities during the period of 2000-2019 are analyzed. The long-range transport of biomass burning products from Siberian wildfires into the Arctic atmosphere during the period of 2000-2019 is estimated. An analysis of the characteristics of forest fires over the past two decades revealed a significant increase in radiation power of an average Siberian wildfire. A joint analysis of fire activity in Siberian forests, as well as… 

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