Natural disasters: dust storms follow fire

After a large-scale bush or forest fire, the disaster for people and animals in the area usually does not end: when it rains, there is a risk of mudslides because the broken plants can no longer withstand. However, if there is no precipitation, there is also a risk of losing the substrate, As a global analysis of fires and their consequences by a working group led by Yan Yu of Peking University appears in Nature Geoscience..

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