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CSIRO scientists estimate that the gases released by savanna burning make up 2 percent of Australia's contribution to the Greenhouse Effect. Although it may be possible to change burning practices to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, this reduction would be small because of the high frequency of natural fires in northern Australia.

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Fire Gasses and the Greenhouse Effect
Fire Gasses and the Greenhouse Effect
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