Wildfire smoke impacts respiratory health

An article by Evergreen Magazine

Julia Petersen -
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Wildfire smoke impacts respiratory health

Wildfire smoke impacts respiratory health more than fine particles from other sources: Observational evidence from Southern California

Wildfires are becoming more frequent and destructive in a changing climate. Fine particulate matter, PM2.5, in wildfire smoke adversely impacts human health. Recent toxicological studies suggest that wildfire particulate matter may be more toxic than equal doses of ambient PM2.5…

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Wildfire smoke impacts respiratory health more than fine particles from other sources

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