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Scientists test hydrophobic soils

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Hydrophobic soils - Soils scientist check the level of soil damage by pouring water onto the surface of the ground. Fire-damaged soils can be hydrophobic, where the water won't soak into the soil. This increases the amount and speed of runoff from a burne

Hydrophobic soils - Soils scientist check the level of soil damage by pouring water onto the surface of the ground. Fire-damaged soils can be hydrophobic, where the water won't soak into the soil. This increases the amount and speed of runoff from a

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