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Post-wildfire erosion response in two geologic terrains in the western USA, Moody, J. A., Martin D. A., and Cannon S.H. , Geomorphology, Volume 95, (2008) PDF icon Moody_2008B.pdf (761 KB)
Post-wildfire watershed flood responses, Neary, D.G., Gottfried G.J., and Ffolliott P.F. , Proceedings of the 2nd International Fire Ecology Conference, Orlando, Florida, (2003) PDF icon Neary_2003.pdf (248.23 KB)
Post-wildland fire desertification: Can Rehabilitation treatments make a difference?, Neary, D.G. , Fire Ecology, Volume 5, Issue 1, (2009) PDF icon Neary_2009.pdf (731.32 KB)
Pre- and postfire distribution of soil water repellency in a steep chaparral watershed, Hubbert, K. R., Wohlgemuth P. M., and Preisler H. K. , Proceedings of the 2002 Fire Conference: Managing fire and fuels in the remaining wildlands and open spaces of the Southwestern United States, Number Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-189, Albany, CA, (2008) PDF icon Hubbert_2008.pdf (822.17 KB)
Predicting postfire erosion and mitigation effectiveness with a web-based probabilistic erosion model, Robichaud, P.R., Elliot W.J., Pierson F.B., Hall D.E., and Moffet C.A. , Catena, Volume 71, (2007) PDF icon Robichaud_2007.pdf (1.36 MB)
Predicting post-fire erosion and sedimentation risk on a landscape scale: A case study from Colorado, MacDonald, L. H., Sampson R., Brady D., Juarros L., and Martin D. A. , Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Volume 11, (2000) PDF icon Macdonald_2000.pdf (552.57 KB)
Predicting postfire sediment yields at the hillslope scale: testing RUSLE and Disturbed WEPP, Larsen, I.J., and MacDonald L.H. , Water Resources Research, Volume 43, (2007) PDF icon Larsen_MacDonald_2007.pdf (821.64 KB)
Predicting the probability and volume of postwildfire debris flows in the intermountain western United States, Cannon, S.H., Gartner J.E., Rupert M.G., Michael J.A., Rea A.H., and Parrett C. , GSA Bulletin, Volume 122, (2010) PDF icon Cannon_2010.pdf (2.39 MB)
A process fore fire-related debris flow initiation, Cerro Grande fire, New Mexico, Cannon, S.H., Bigio E.R., and Mine E. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 15, (2001) PDF icon Cannon_2001_Hydro_Proc.pdf (227.56 KB)
Production and aerial application of wood shreds as a post-fire hillslope erosion mitigation treatment, Robichaud, Peter R., Ashmun Louise E., Foltz Randy B., Showers Charles G., J. Groenier Scott, Kesler Jennifer, DeLeo Claire, and Moore Mary , Number Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-307, Fort Collins, CO, (2013) PDF icon Robichaud_2013C.pdf (6.8 MB)
Protection from erosion following wildfire, Robichaud, P.R., and Elliot W.J. , ASABE Annual International Meeting, Portland, OR, (2006) PDF icon Robichaud_Elliot_2006.pdf (858.99 KB)
A rapid response database in support of post-fire hydrological modeling, Miller, Mary Ellen, and Elliot William J. , StreamNotes, Fort Collins, CO, (2015) PDF icon Miller_Elliot_2015.pdf (2.03 MB)
Recent trends in post-wildfire seeding in western US forests: costs and seed mixes, Peppin, Donna L., Fule Peter Z., Sieg Carolyn Hull, Beyers Jan L., Hunter Molly E., and Robichaud Peter R. , International Journal of Wildland Fire, Volume 20, Issue 5, (2011) PDF icon Peppin_2011.pdf (223.75 KB)
Rehabilitation strategies after fire: the California, USA experience, Wohlgemuth, P. M., Beyers J. L., and Hubbert K. R. , Fire effects on soils and restoration strategies, Enfield, NH, (2009) PDF icon Wohlgemuth_2009.pdf (3.44 MB)
The relationship of multispectral satellite imagery to immediate fire effects, Hudak, A.T., Morgan P., Bobbitt M.J., Smith A.M.S., Lewis S.A., Lentile L.B., Robichaud P.R., Clark J.T., and McKinley R.A. , Fire Ecology, Volume 3, Issue 1, (2007) PDF icon Hudak_2007.pdf (310.76 KB)
Response of vegetation, soil nitrogen, and sediment transport to a prescribed fire in semiarid grasslands., White, Carleton S., Loftin Samuel R., and Hofstad Steven. , 1999, (1998) PDF icon White_1999.pdf (330.31 KB)
Response of vegetation, soil nitrogen, and sediment transport to a prescribed fire in semiarid grasslands, White, Carleton S., Loftin Samuel R., and Hofstad Steven , Rio Grande ecosystems: linking land, water, and people: Toward a sustainable future for the Middle Rio Grande Basin, Number RMRS-P-7, Ogden, UT, (1999) PDF icon White_1999.pdf (330.31 KB)
Responses of stream benthic macroinvertebrates to fire, Minshall, G.W. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 178, (2003) PDF icon Minshall_2003.pdf (112.4 KB)
Rethinking infiltration in wildfire-affected soils, Ebel, B.A., and Moody J.A. , Hydrological Processes, Volume 27, (2013) PDF icon Ebel_Moody_2013.pdf (380.94 KB)
Riparian fuel treatments in the western USA: Challenges and considerations, Dwire, Kathleen A., Meyer Kristen E., Riegel Gregg, and Burton Timothy , Number Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-352, Fort Collins, CO, (2016) PDF icon Dwire_2016.pdf (4.52 MB)
Rock gabion, rock armoring, and culvert treatments contributing to and reducing erosion during post-wildfire flooding - Schultz Fire 2010, Neary, Daniel G., Koestner Karen A., and Youberg Ann , Proceedings of the 3rd International Meeting of Fire Effects on Soil Properties, Guimaraes, Portugal, (2011) PDF icon Neary_2011.pdf (792.84 KB)
The role of fire and soil heating on water repellency in wildland environments: a review, DeBano, L.F. 2000. , Journal of Hydrology, Volume 231, (2000) PDF icon DeBano_2000.pdf (339.63 KB)
Sample collection of ash and burned soils from the October 2007 southern California Wildfires, Hoefen, T.M., Kokaly R.F., Martin D. A., Rochester C., Plumlee G.S., Mendez G., Reichard E.G., and Fisher R.N. , U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, Number 2009-1038, (2009) PDF icon Hoefen_2009.pdf (82.57 MB)
Sediment Availability on burned hillslope, Nyman, P., Sheridan G.J., Moody J.A., Smith Hugh G., Noske P.J., and Lane P.N.J. , Journal of Geophysical Research, Volume 118, (2013) PDF icon Nyman_2013.pdf (1.65 MB)
Sediment transport regimes after a wildfire in steep mountainous terrain, Moody, J. A. , Proceedings of the Seventh Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, Reno, Nevada, (2001) PDF icon Moody_2001.pdf (550.71 KB)
Short-term effects of wildfires on fishes in the southwestern United States, 2002: management implications, Rinne, J.N., and Carter C.D. , Proceedings of the 2002 Fire Conference: Managing fire and fuels in the remaining wildlands and open spaces of the Southwestern United States, Number Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-189, Albany, CA, (2008) PDF icon Rinne_Carter_2008.pdf (272.66 KB)
Silt fences: an economical technique for measuring hillslope erosion, Robichaud, Peter R., and Brown Robert E. , Number Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-94, Fort Collins, CO, (2002) PDF icon Robichaud_Brown_2002.pdf (2.59 MB)
Smoke on the water: Can riverine fish populations recover following a catastrophic fire-related sediment slug?, Lyon, J.P., and O'Connor J.P. , Austral Ecology, Volume 33, (2008) PDF icon Lyon_OConnor_2008.pdf (567.35 KB)
Soil erosion and deposition before and after fire in oak savannas, Ffolliott, Peter F., Gottfried Gerald J., Chen Hui, Kauffman Aaron T., Stropki Cody L., and Neary Daniel G. , 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 Ffolliott_2013.pdf (388.05 KB)
Soil heating in chaparral fires: effects on soil properties, plant nutrients, erosion, and runoff, DeBano, L.F., Rice R.M., and Eugene C.C. , Number Res. Paper PSW-RP-145, Berkely, CA, (1979) PDF icon DeBano_1979.pdf (1.88 MB)
Soil-water dynamics and unsaturated storage during snowmelt following wildfire, Ebel, B.A., Hinckley E.S., and Martin D.A. , Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Volume 16, (2012) PDF icon Ebel_2012.pdf (6.11 MB)
Spatial structures of stream and hillslope drainage networks following gully erosion after wildfire, Moody, J. A., and Kinner D. A. , Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 31, Issue 3, (2006) PDF icon Moody_Kinner_2006.pdf (508.03 KB)
Spatial Variability of Steady-state Infiltration into a Two-layer Soil System on Burned Hillslopes, Kinner, D.A., and Moody J.A. , Journal of Hydrology, Volume 381, (2010) PDF icon Kinner_Moody_2010.pdf (909.86 KB)
Status of native fishes in the western United States and issues for fire and fuels management, Rieman, B., Lee D., Burns D., Gresswell R., Young M., Stowell R., Rinne J., and Howell P. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 178, (2003) PDF icon Rieman_2003.pdf (189.82 KB)
Storm rainfall conditions for floods and debris flows from recently burned areas in southwestern Colorado and southern California, S.H., Cannon, Gartner J.E., Wilson R.C., Bowers J.C., and Laber J.L. , Geomorphology, Volume 96, (2008) PDF icon Cannon_2008.pdf (3.38 MB)
A synthesis of post-fire Burned Area Reports from 1972 to 2009 for western US Forest Service lands: Trends in wildfire characteristics and post-fire stabilisation treatments and expenditures, Robichaud, Peter R., Rhee Hakjun, and Lewis Sarah A. , International Journal of Wildland Fire, Volume 23, (2014) PDF icon Robichaud_2014.pdf (1.02 MB)
A synthesis of post-fire road treatments for BAER teams: methods, treatment effectiveness, and decisionmaking tools for rehabilitation, Foltz, Randy B., Robichaud Peter R., and Rhee Hakjun , Number RMRS-GTR-228, Fort Collins, CO, p.152, (2009) PDF icon Foltz_2009_Synthesis_Report.pdf (7.01 MB)
Synthesis of sediment yields after wildland fire in different rainfall regimes in the western United States, Moody, J. A., and Martin D. A. , International Journal of Wildland Fire, Volume 18, Issue 1, (2009) PDF icon Moody_Martin_2009.pdf (1.07 MB)
Using BAER Reports to Investigate Recreation Impacts of Fire Events, D.J., Chavez, and McCollum D. , Proceedings of the Fourth Social Aspects and Recreation Research Symposium, San Francisco, California, (2004) PDF icon Chavez_McCollum_2004.pdf (237.59 KB)
Using QuickBird imagery to detect cover and spread of post-fire straw mulch after the 2006 Tripod Fire, Washington, USA, Lewis, Sarah A., and Robichaud Peter R. , Number Res. Note RMRS-RN-43, Fort Collins, CO, (2011) PDF icon Lewis_Robichaud_2011.pdf (1.22 MB)
Using remote sensing to monitor post-fire watershed recovery as a tool for management, Clark, Jess, Stamer Marc, Cooper Kevin, Napper Carolyn, Hogue Terri, and Kinoshita Alicia , 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 Clark_2013.pdf (1.15 MB)
Water quality impacts of forest fires, Tecle, Aregai, and Neary Daniel , Pollution Effects and Control, Volume 3, Issue 2, (2015) PDF icon Tecle_Neary_2015.pdf (1.02 MB)
Water repellent soils: a state-of-the art, DeBano, L.F. , Berkeley, CA, (1981) PDF icon DeBano_1981.pdf (992.52 KB)
Water source protection funds as a tool to address climate adaptation and resiliency in southwestern forests, McCarthy, Laura Falk , Forest conservation and management in the Anthropocene: Conference proceedings, Number RMRS-P-71, Fort Collins, CO, (2014) PDF icon McCarthy_2014.pdf (1.69 MB)
Wildfire as a hydrological and geomorphological agent, Shakesby, R.A., and Doerr S.H. , Earth-Science Reviews, Volume 74, (2006) PDF icon Shakesby_Doerr_2006.pdf (1.34 MB)


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