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Helicopter Burning Logging Slash - - (Helicopter Burning Smoke Pollution)

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Broadcast Burning of Logging Slash

male and female After securing a fire line, a helicopter pilot torches the logging slash left behind in a clearcut. Broadcast burns need to be carefully managed since a severe burn can increase the potential for erosion by decreasing soil porosity. Burns can also reduce the amount of potassium and magnesium in the soil.

Helicopter Burning Smoke Pollution, Helicopter Burning Logging Slash Stock

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