北极野火不断烟遮雾罩

epa04856691 A handout image made with the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite dated 03 July 2015 and made available by NASA on 22 July 2015 showing a 'river' of smoke passing over the Greenland Sea. The smoke most likely arose from fires in Canada and Alaska. Smoke was also reported to have cross the North Pole by July 12. The 2015 wildfire season in the Arctic has been very intense – and very smoky. As of 15 July, over 3,190,000 acres had burned across Canada, according to Natural Resources Canada. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), more than 600 fires had burned millions of acres in Alaska as of July 7, making this worst wildfire season so far in state's history. In much of Russia the 2015 fire season also started early and intensely, with highly destructive fires as early as April in the northern regions.  EPA/NASA / JEFF SCHMALTZ / HANDOUT  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY

美国太空总署本月水文卫星搭载的中分辨率成像光谱仪,拍摄格陵兰海上空腾起烟雾的景象。据悉,这些烟最有可能来自加拿大和阿拉斯加的火灾。截至本月15日,整个加拿大有超过319万亩野火面积。截至7日,阿拉斯加发生600多起大火,数百万亩土地遭到焚烧。(欧新社)

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