Climate change and forest fires: Impacts on ecosystem resilience


H. Jeongyeon*

Climate change has brought about profound alterations in ecosystems worldwide, leading to increased temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and more frequent and intense weather events. One of the most striking consequences of these changes is the rising incidence of forest fires. These fires not only pose immediate threats to human safety and property but also have long-lasting ecological effects. In this article, we will explore the complex relationship between climate change, forest fires, and their impacts on ecosystem resilience.

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