October 1, 2022
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Massive Thomas fire plume emitted a lot of carbon dioxide

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Henry Dubroff
Henry Dubroff The largest forest fire in California’s history generated millions of tons of carbon dioxide emissions and the effects will last for years. That’s the view of CSU Channel Islands professor Sean Anderson, who estimates the overall carbon release from the Thomas fire at 3.6 million metric tons, or roughly 10 percent of the…

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