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South American fires and their impacts on ecosystems increase with continued emissions
Climate Resilience and Sustainability
Unprecedented fire events in recent years are leading to a demand for improved understanding of how climate change is already affecting fires, and how this could change in the future. Increased fire activity in South America is one of the most concerning of all the recent events, given the potential impacts on local ecosystems and the global climate from the loss of large carbon stores under future socio-environmental change. However, due to the complexity of interactions and feedbacks, anddoi:10.1002/cli2.8 fatcat:fb6jkdydybasldjuj3kbb5hltq