CSU researchers study black carbon
Anyone who drove through the Poudre Canyon after the devastating High Park Fire of summer 2012 saw alarming effects: 136 square miles of scorched landscape in the foothills northwest of Fort Collins, river banks lined with sooty muck from forest runoff, and blackened water in the Cache la Poudre River.
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