What Are The Enviromental Impacts Of The Bushfires?


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A bushfire is a wildfire that occurs in the bush or in the woodlands. It is causing severe environmental impacts all around the world. It causes the reduction of plants and bushes. It causes the elimination of oxygen and damage to the ozone layer.
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A brush fire is a wildfire that occurs in vegetation types composed mainly of brush, such as oak brush in many areas of the United States. Fire in these areas is a very natural thing that is beneficial to many species, including the brush species that have evolved to respond to fire. Fire has many effects. Fire that is typical of the typical of the type that burn in the area are beneficial. Fires that are more severe, because the fire frequency has been delayed by man, can be harmful because of severity to the soil and subsequent erosion.

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