The effects Of Forest Fires on Wetland Areas. By:Jessica Pierce October 30, 2003. Fire is a powerful force that can pose serious threats to wildlife, property, our riparian areas, and wetlands. They have effects not only on the forest they burn but on wildlife and ecosystems downstream. .
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By:Jessica Pierce October 30, 2003
Fires often cause heavy metals such as arsenic, zinc and cyanide in runoff
Fish May Disappear from an area completely but usually replenish from tributaries and conservationists after the event.