Forest fires in Siberia 2019 are a record for the area of forest fires in the last few years.
Average June temperatures in parts of Siberia where wildfires are raging were nearly ten degrees above the long-term average for the period 1981-2010.
Forest fires in Siberia received a wide response in social networks-users actively promoted publications with relevant hashtags and asked to start extinguishing fires immediately. At the same time, experts studying fires note that forest fires in the far East and Siberia occur annually, but usually they do not attract such attention
According to Greenpeace, fires in Siberia by August 5, 2019 reached record levels in the history of observation since 2001 in terms of burning area (4 million hectares), the area of burned forests (more than 13 million hectares) and the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere gorenjeski
The fires have released tens of millions of tons of carbon dioxide into The earth's atmosphere, accelerating global warming. The abnormally early onset of fires and their abnormally large areas are a direct consequence of global warming. Permafrost melts, which leads to the release of huge amounts of methane into the atmosphere. There is also a real threat of destruction of the economically used forest Fund of Russia.
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