Jun 9, 2011byCahoon, Donald R.; Stocks, Brian J.; Levine, Joel S.; Cofer, Wesley R., III; O'Neill, Katherine P
Savannas consist of a continuous layer of grass interspersed with scattered trees or shrubs, and cover approx. 10 million square kilometers of tropical Africa. African savanna fires, almost all resulting from human activities, may produce as much as a third of the total global emissions from biomass burning. Little is known, however, about the frequency and location of these fires, and the area burned each year. Emissions from African savanna burning are known to be transported over the... Topics: MAGNETOACOUSTICS, EMISSION SPECTRA, FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALS, TENSILE STRESS, MICROSTRUCTURE,...