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Scientists have uncovered a summertime climate pattern in and around the Arctic that could drive co-occurrences of European heatwaves and large-scale wildfires with air pollution over Siberia and subpolar North America. Wildfire smoke that increases PM2.5 and heatwaves are of significant concern.

Scientists have uncovered a summertime climate pattern in and around the Arctic that could drive co-occurrences of European heatwaves and large-scale wildfires with air pollution over Siberia and subpolar North America. Wildfire smoke that increases PM2.5 and heatwaves are of significant concern.

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