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After the flames: How fire affects soil nutrients
Hundreds of thousands of acres of forest, rangeland, and cropland have sadly gone up in smoke this summer in Montana. In addition to the devastating effect on personal property and direct loss of crops and livestock, fire can affect soil properties and soil nutrients.
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