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Forest health and air pollution

1985 survey

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        StatementForestry Commission
        PublishersForestry Commission
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        LC Classifications1986
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages57
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100855382112
        Series
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        2Forestry Commission Research and Development paper -- 147
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There are more and more observations concerning the consequences of smoke on type 2 diabetes for example, or even on heart attacks. More and more examples The differences between air pollution by fine particles and that linked to forest fires are not numerous, argues the professor specializing in the environment, who does not want to comment on the cumulative effect of smoke, however.

The health impact of forest fires worries Canadian scientific authorities, where several large-scale fires have ravaged part of the west of the country in recent years.

Pollution from forest fires would affect human health

The latter can also affect pregnant women in their last trimester. We must tackle the problem from several sides: on the one hand, prepare for these unfortunately regular and devastating episodes of forest fires, and on the other hand fight against the climate change that feeds these fires.

In fact, people with asthma or chronic lung disease feel the impact of smoke pollution from forest fires. But we know that air pollution worsens cases of heart disease, chronic and respiratory diseases, or even stroke.

The persistence in the air of particles from forest fires remains to be proven, however there are more and more examples where this seems to be demonstrated.