What is the wildfire smoke? May 21 2024, 0 Comments

Wildfire pollutants include greenhouse gases: carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, carbon monoxide; fine and course particulate matter. Particulate matter is a combination of dust, soil dust, pollens, molds, ashes and soot. Fine particles less than 10 micrometres (width of a cotton fibre) have a greater risk of impacting health, as they can enter deep into the lungs and cause short and long term health problems such as heart disease and worsening of lung diseases.

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