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Fire and aquatic ecosystems of the western USA: current knowledge and key questions, Bisson, P.A., Rieman B.E., Luce C., Hessburg P.F., Lee D.C., Kershner J.L., Reeves G.H., and Gresswell R.E. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 178, (2003) PDF icon Bisson_2003.pdf (301.49 KB)
Fire and fish: A synthesis of observation and experience, Rieman, B., Gresswell R., and Rinne J. , Climate change, forests, fire, water, and fish: Building resilient landscapes, streams, and managers, Fort Collins, CO, p.159-175, (2012) PDF icon Rieman_2012.pdf (1.01 MB)
Fire effects on aquatic ecosystems: an assessment of the current state of the science, Bixby, R.J., Cooper S.D., Gresswell R.E., Brown L.E., Dahm C.N., and Dwire K.A. , Freshwater Science, Volume 34, Issue 4, (2015) PDF icon Bixby_2015.pdf (253.6 KB)
Fire effects on aquatic habitats and biota in Madrean-type ecosystems: Southwestern United States, J.N., Rinne, and Neary D.G. , Effects of fire on Madrean Province ecosystems: a symposium proceedings, Number Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-289, Fort Collins, CO, (1996)
Fire effects on herbaceous plants and shrubs in the oak savannas of the Southwestern Borderlands, Ffolliott, Peter F., Gottfried Gerald J., Chen Hui, Stropki Cody L., and Neary Daniel G. , Number RMRS-RP-95, Fort Collins, CO, (2012) PDF icon Ffolliott_2012.pdf (2.51 MB)
The fire pulse: wildfire stimulates flux of aquatic prey to terrestrial habitats driving increases in riparian consumers, Malison, R.L., and Baxter C.V , Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Volume 67, (2010) PDF icon Malison_Baxter_2010.pdf (1010.49 KB)
Fire-induced water repellency: An erosional factor in wildland environments, DeBano, L.F. , Land Stewardship in the 21st Century: The Contributions of Watershed Management, Number Proc. RMRS-P-13, Fort Collins, CO, (2000) PDF icon DeBano_2000B.pdf (30.44 KB)
Fish and stream habitat risks from uncharacteristic wildfire: Observations from 17 years of fire-related disturbances on the Boise National Fores, Idaho., Burton, T.A. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 211, (2005) PDF icon Burton_2005.pdf (335.91 KB)
The flux and particle size distribution of sediment collected in hillslope traps after a Colorado wildfire, Martin, D. A., and Moody J. A. , Proceedings of the Seventh Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, Reno, Nevada, (2001) PDF icon Martin_Moody_2001B.pdf (533.55 KB)
Fostering post-wildfire research, Moody, J.A., Martin D.A., Robichaud P.R., and Shakesby R.A. , Eos, Volume 95, Issue 4, (2014) PDF icon Moody_2014.pdf (54.68 KB)
Hillslope treatment effectiveness monitoring on Horseshoe 2 and Monument Fires, Gibson, Carly, Youberg Ann, and Stamer Marc , Merging science and management in a rapidly changing world: Biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago III and 7th Conference on Research and Resource Management in the Southwestern Deserts, Number RMRS-P-67, Fort Collins, CO, (2013) PDF icon Gibson_2013.pdf (568.97 KB)
Historical and current fire management practices in two wilderness areas in the southwestern United States: The Saguaro Wilderness Area and the Gila-Aldo Leopold Wilderness Complex, Hunter, Molly E., Iniguez Jose M., and Farris Calvin A. , Number Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-325, Fort Collins, CO, (2014) PDF icon Hunter_2014.pdf (7.67 MB)
How do sediment yields from post-wildfire debris-laden flows depend on terrain slope, soil burn severity class, and drainage basin area? Insights from airborne-LiDAR change detection, J.D., Pelletier, and Orem C.A. , Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 39, (2014) PDF icon Pelletier_Orem_2014.pdf (1.51 MB)
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)
Hydrological and Sedimentologic Response of Two Burned Watersheds in Colorado, Moody, J. A., and Martin D. A. , U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report, Number 01-4122, Denver, Colorado, (2001) PDF icon Moody_Martin_2001C.pdf (4.65 MB)
Hyper-dry conditions provide new insights into the cause of extreme floods after wildfire, Moody, J.A., and Ebel B.A. , Catena, Volume 93, (2012)
Impacts of erosion control treatments on native vegetation recovery after severe wildfire in the Eastern Cascades, USA., Dodson, E.K., Peterson D.W., and Harrod R.J. , International Journal of Wildland Fire, Volume 19, (2010) PDF icon Dodson_2010.pdf (2.67 MB)
Improving stream studies with a small-footpring green lidar, J., McKean, Isaak D., and Wright W. , Eos, Volume 90, Issue 39, (2009) PDF icon McKean_2009.pdf (144.66 KB)
Infiltration and runoff generation processes in fire-affected soils, Moody, J.A., and Ebel B.A. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 28, Issue 9, (2014)
Infiltration and Runoff Measurements on Steep Burned Hillslopes Using a Rainfall Simulator with Variable Rain Intensities, Kinner, D.A., and Moody J. A. , U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report, Number 2007-5211, (2008)
Influences of prior wildfires on vegetation response to subsequent fire in a reburned Southwestern landscape, Coop, Jonathan D., Parks Sean A., McClernan Sarah R., and Holsinger Lisa M. , Ecological Applications, Volume 26, Issue 2, (2016) PDF icon Coop_2016.pdf (1.06 MB)
Influences of wildfire and channel reorganization on spatial and temporal variation in stream temperature and distribution of fish and amphibians, Dunham, Jason B., Rosenberger Amanda E., Luce Charlie H., and Rieman Bruce E. , Ecosystems, Volume 10, Issue 2, (2007) PDF icon Dunham_2007.pdf (548.86 KB)
Initial hydrologic and geomorphic response following a wildfire in the Colorado Front Range, Moody, J. A., and Martin D. A. , Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 26, (2001) PDF icon Moody_Martin_2001B.pdf (1.84 MB)
An integrated approach to evaluating the economic costs of wildfire hazard reduction through wood utilization opportunities in the southwestern United States, Lowell, Eini C., Becker Dennis R., Rummer Robert, Larson Debra, and Wadleigh Linda , Forest Science, Volume 54, Issue 3, (2008) PDF icon Lowell_2008.pdf (728.28 KB)
Integrating soil ecological knowledge into restoration management, Heneghan, L., Miller S.P., Baer S., Callaham, Jr. M.A., Montgomery J., Pavao-Zuckerman M., Rhoades C.C., and Richardson S. , Restoration Ecology, Volume 16, Issue 4, (2008) PDF icon Heneghan_2008.pdf (200.06 KB)
Interactions of fuel treatments, wildfire severity, and carbon dynamics in dry conifer forests, Kent, Larissa L. Yocom, Shive Kristen L., Strom Barbara A., Sieg Carolyn H., Hunter Molly E., Stevens-Rumann Camille S., and Fule Peter Z. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 349, (2015) PDF icon Kent_2015.pdf (698.5 KB)
Nonmarket resource valuation in the postfire environment, Calkin, D., Jones G., and Hyde K. , Journal of Forestry, Volume 106, Issue 6, (2008) PDF icon Calkin_2008.pdf (79.06 KB)
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)
Post-fire bedload sediment delivery across spatial scales in the interior western United States, Wagenbrenner, J.W., and Robichaud P.R. , Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 39, (2014) PDF icon Wagenbrenner_Robichaud_2014.pdf (4.21 MB)
Post-fire mulching for runoff and erosion mitigation; Part I: Effectiveness at reducing hillslope erosion rates, Robichaud, Peter R., Lewis Sarah A., Wagenbrenner Joseph W., Ashmun Louise E., and Brown Robert E. , Catena, Volume 105, (2013) PDF icon Robichaud_2013.pdf (1.88 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)
Postfire Rehabilitation of the Hayman Fire, Robichaud, P., MacDonald L., Freeouf J., Neary D., Martin D., and Ashmun L. , Hayman Fire Case Study, Number RMRS-GTR-114, (2003) PDF icon Robichaud_2003.pdf (2.42 MB)
Post-fire rill and gully formation, Schultz Fire 2010, Arizona, USA, Neary, D.G., Koestner K.A., Youberg A., and Koestner P.E. , Geoderma, Volume 191, (2012) PDF icon Neary_2012.pdf (1.46 MB)
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)
Postfire seeding for erosion control: effectiveness and impacts on native plant communities, Beyers, J.L. , Conservation Biology, Volume 18, Issue 4, (2004) PDF icon Beyers_2004.pdf (144.27 KB)
Post-fire soil erosion and how to manage it, Delwich, J. , Fire Science Brief, Volume 69, (2009) PDF icon Delwiche_2009.pdf (527.18 KB)
Post-wildfire erosion in the Chiricahua Mountains, Youberg, Ann, Neary Daniel G., Koestner Karen A., and Koestner Peter E. , Merging science and management in a rapidly changing world: Biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago III and 7th Conference on Research and Resource Management in the Southwestern Deserts, Number RMRS-P-67, Fort Collins, CO, (2013) PDF icon Youberg_2013.pdf (1.07 MB)


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