After wildfires, burnt trees disrupt melting snow


As wildfires grow in the West, researchers study how burned forests lead to earlier snowmelt, which could leave less water available during the summer when it is most needed . (April 20)

After wildfires, burnt trees disrupt melting snow After wildfires, burnt trees disrupt melting snow After wildfires, burnt trees disrupt melting snow After wildfires, burnt trees disrupt melting snow After wildfires, burnt trees disrupt melting snow  


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