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what is the differance between a ground fire and a surface fire
Ground fires burn the ground fuels. These fires usually don't have much flame, they smolder. Surface fires burn the surface fuels. Crown fires burn the aerial fuels. Crown fires spread from tree to tree and are the most destructive. [ ]
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