Indonesia’s fires blamed potent greenhouse gases

Climate Central: Indonesian fires that are expected to flare up again in the coming months may affect temperatures far away from the nation's watery borders. Carbon dioxide and methane from the fires is already known to be accelerating global warming, and new research is linking high levels of another potent greenhouse gas with forest and peat fires in Indonesia and elsewhere. Analysis of tropospheric data gathered using specially-modified jets during Guam-based missions has linked elevated levels of ozone......

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