BAER Team Works on Miles Fire

BAER Team Works on Miles Fire

Posted: Fri Sep 14 04:35:41 PDT 2018
Updated: Fri Sep 14 04:35:41 PDT 2018

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is 65 percent are analyzing how they can best minimize the erosion and negative after effects that fire can bring. [a15]miles baer team debrief-llvo on the miles and columbus fires scientists are examining the ground and the after affects of the fire on the soil and on the forest so here's kind of a look at what they do. first they dig if it soaks into the ground that's good if it stays on the surface that means it's more susceptible to erosion coming up on newswatch 12 at six i'm going to give you a behind-the-scenes look what happens after the fire is fully contains. the delta fire is more than 58-
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