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UW Researchers Find Wildfire Smoke is More Cooling on Climate Than Computer Models Assume

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A study of biomass burning aerosols led by University of Wyoming researchers revealed that smoke from wildfires has more of a cooling effect on the atmosphere than computer models assume.

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