It has been suggested that forest fires drive global warming by releasing greenhouse gases. As a result climate change makes the forest fires season longer and, increases the number of forest fires each year. New studies also say that forest fires could actually cool the climate because they leave behind a landscape that reflects the sunlight. Climate plays a big role In a forest ecosystem and it's health. When climate changes there can be many different outcomes, they ecosystem could die off, there could be pest outbreaks, drought, and forest fires. forest fires drive global warming by releasing greenhouse gases. as a result climate change then lengthens the forest fire season, and increases the number of forest fires each year.
this proves that forest fires have been increasing in the last few years.
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