Wildfires melting glaciers fast: Expert
The New Indian Express Chennai|April 10, 2021
DEHRADUN: a significant increase in black carbon triggered by a spike in the incidence of wildfires in Uttarakhand is not only worsening the air quality but also is posing a threat to the 900odd glaciers in the region, causing them to melt faster, say, scientists and experts.

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