Fire and Ecosystems
Effects of forest fire on soil. The effect of fire on soil organisms. Effects of fire on birds and mammals. Effects of fire on grasslands. Effects. of fires on temperate forests: North Central United States. Effects of fire on temperate forests: Northeastern United States. Effects of fire on temperate forests and related ecosystems: Southeastern United States. Effects of fire on temperate forests: Western United States. Effects of fire on chaparral. Fire in the deserts and desert grassland of North America. Effects of fire in the Mediterranean Region. Effects of fire in forest and Savanna Ecosystems of Sub-Saharan Africa. Use of fire in land management.
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Effects of Forest Fire on Soil
Reasons for Burning
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