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Conference Proceedings
Plot-scale sediment transport processes on a burned hillslope as a function of particle size, Moody, J. A. , Proceedings of the 4th Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference and of the 9th Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, Las Vegas, NV, (2010) PDF icon Moody_2010.pdf (131.56 KB)
Wildfire impacts on reservoir sedimentation in the western United States, Moody, J. A., and Martin D. A. , Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Yichang, China, (2004) PDF icon Moody_Martin_2004.pdf (76.65 KB)
Journal Article
Current research issues related to post-wildfire runoff and erosion processes, Moody, J.A., Shakesby R.A., Robichaud P.R., Cannon S., and Martin D.A. , Earth-Science Reviews, Volume 122, (2013) PDF icon Moody_2013.pdf (3.53 MB)
Difference infiltrometer: a method to measure temporally variable infiltration rates during rainstorms, Moody, J.A., and Ebel B.A. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 26, Issue 21, (2012) PDF icon Moody_Ebel_2012.pdf (587.79 KB)
Drainage networks after wildfire: International Journal of Sediment Research, Kinner, D.A., and Moody J. A. , International Journal of Sediment Research, Volume 20, Issue 3, (2005)
Effects of wildfire on soils and watershed processes, Ice, G.G., Neary D.G., and Adams P.W. , Journal of Forestry, Volume 102, Issue 6, (2004) PDF icon Ice_2004.pdf (2.68 MB)
Evaluating pre- and post-fire peak discharge preditions aross Western U.S. watersheds, Kinoshita, A. M., Hogue T.S., and Napper C. , Journal of American Water Resources Association, Volume 50, (2014) PDF icon Kinoshita_2014.pdf (1.09 MB)
Evaluating the effectiveness of wood shred and agricultural straw mulches as a treatment to reduce post-wildfire hillslope erosion in southern British Columbia, Canada, Robichaud, P. R., Jordan P., Lewis S. A., Ashmun L. E., Covert S. A., and Brown R. E. , Geomorphology., Volume 197, (2013) PDF icon Robichaud_2013B.pdf (922 KB)
Hydrologic and erosion responses to wildfire along the rangeland-xeric forest continuum in the western US: a review and model of hydrologic vulnerability, Williams, C.J., Pierson F.B., P.R. Robichaud, and Boll J. , International Journal of Wildland Fire, Volume 23, (2014) PDF icon Williams_2014.pdf (3.24 MB)
Hydrologic conditions controlling runoff generation immediately after wildfire, Ebel, B.A., Moody J.A., and Martin D.A. , Water Resources Research, Volume 48, (2012) PDF icon Ebel_2012B.pdf (2.17 MB)
Modeling hydrologic and geomorphic hazards across post-fire landscapes using a self-organizing map approach, Friedel, M.J. , Environmental Modelling and Software, Volume 26, (2011) PDF icon Friedel_2011.pdf (1.09 MB)
Post-fire, rainfall intensity-peak discharge relations for three mountainous watersheds in the western USA, Moody, J.A., and Martin D.A. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 15, (2001) PDF icon Moody_Martin_2001.pdf (186.44 KB)
Post-fire runoff and erosion from rainfall simulation: contrasting forests with shrublands and grasslands, Johansen, M.P., Hakonson T.E., and Breshears D.D. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 15, (2001) PDF icon Johansen_2001.pdf (143.51 KB)
Post-fire runoff and erosion from simulated rainfall on small plots, Colorado Front Range, Benavides-Solario, J., and MacDonald L.H. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 15, (2001) PDF icon Benavides-Solario_MacDonald_2001.pdf (4.04 MB)
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