Australia bush fires burned a globally unprecedented area of forest

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Fires in northern New South Wales pumped smoke into the air

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Australia’s recent wildfires burned an area of forest unprecedented anywhere in the world, according to the most authoritative analysis yet of the devastation. The blazes were also found to be so extreme that climate change models were unable to replicate the events.

By early January, the bush fires had burned around 5.8 million hectares of forest in the states of New South Wales and Victoria. Australia recorded its biggest ever forest fire, a blaze that burned more than half a …

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