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Estimation of nutrient loss to the atmosphere from slashburns in British Columbia

Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology: 126-135

Estimation of nutrient loss to the atmosphere from slashburns in British Columbia

Losses of nutrients (N, P, S, Na, K, Mg and Ca) were measured during both broadcast slash burns and small experimental plot burns in coastal British Columbia.

Accession: 002373335

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