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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)
Measurement and prediction of post-fire erosion at the hillslope scale, Colorado Front Range, Benavides-Solorio, J.D., and MacDonald L.H. , International Journal of Wildland Fire, Volume 14, (2005) PDF icon Benavides-Solorio_2005.pdf (439.13 KB)
Effects of post-wildfire erosion on channel environments, Boise River, Idaho, Benda, L., Miller D., Bigelow P., and Andras K. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 178, (2003) PDF icon Benda_2003.pdf (645.13 KB)
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)
The effects of fire events on soil geochemistry in semi-arid grasslands, Biggs, Thomas H., Florkowski Lisa N., Pearthree Philip A., and Shaner Pei-Jen L. , Connecting mountain islands and desert seas: biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago II. Proc., Number RMRS-P-36, Fort Collins, CO, (2005) PDF icon Biggs_2005.pdf (455.22 KB)
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 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)
Wildland fire ash: Production, composition and eco-hydro-geomorphic effects, Bodí, M.B., Martin D.A., Balfour V.N., Santín C., Doerr S.H., Pereira P., Cerdá A., and Mataix-Solera J. , Earth-Science Reviews, Volume 130, (2014) PDF icon Bodí_2014.pdf (6.36 MB)
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)
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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)
Assessing post-fire values-at-risk with a new calculation tool, Calkin, D.E., Hyde K.D., Robichaud P.R., Jones G.J., Ashmun L.E., and Loeffler D. , Number Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-205, Fort Collins, CO, (2007) PDF icon Calkin_2007.pdf (3.44 MB)
Conditions for generation of fire-related debris flows, Capulin Canyon, New Mexico, Cannon, S.H., and Reneau S.L. , Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Volume 25, (2000) PDF icon Cannon_Reneau_2000_Earth_Sur_Proc.pdf (570.45 KB)
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)
Cascading consequences of climate change and expanding population on the threat of wildfire and post fire debris-flow hazards, Western U.S., Cannon, S.H., and DeGraff J. , Landslides-Disaster Risk Reduction, (2009) PDF icon Cannon_Degraff_2008.pdf (5.41 MB)
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)
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)
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)
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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)
Extreme water quality degradation following a catastrophic forest fire, Dahm, C.N., Candelary-Ley R.I., Reale C.S., Reale J.K., and Van Horn D.J. , Freshwater Biology, Volume 60, (2015) PDF icon Dahm_2015.pdf (2.71 MB)
Effects of fire on chaparral soils in Arizona and California and postfire management implications, DeBano, L.F. , Proceedings of the Symposium on Fire and Watershed Management, Number Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-109, Berkeley, (1989) PDF icon DeBano_1989.pdf (270.24 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)
The effect of fire on soil properties, DeBano, L.F. , Proceedings-management and productivity of western-montane forest soils, Number Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-280, Ogden, UT, (1991) PDF icon DeBano_1991.pdf (702.38 KB)
The effect of hydrophobic substances on water movement in soil during infiltration, DeBano, L.F. , Soil Science Society of America Journal, Volume 35, (1971) PDF icon DeBano_1971.pdf (141.75 KB)
Water repellent soils: a state-of-the art, DeBano, L.F. , Berkeley, CA, (1981) PDF icon DeBano_1981.pdf (992.52 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)
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)
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)
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)
Effects of fire on fish populations: landscape perspectives on persistence of native fishes and nonnative fish invasions, Dunham, J.B., Young M.K., Gresswell R.E., and Rieman B.E. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 178, (2003) PDF icon Dunham_2003.pdf (226.35 KB)
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)
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)
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Are Madrean ecosystems approaching tipping points? Anticipating interactions of landscape disturbance and climate change, Falk, Donald A. , 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 Falk_2013.pdf (2.03 MB)
Aerial mulching techniques—trough fire, Faust, Robert , 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 Faust_2008.pdf (298.63 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)
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)
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)
Effectiveness of post-fire Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) road treatments: Results from three wildfires, Foltz, Randy B., and , Number RMRS-GTR-313, Fort Collins, CO, (2013) PDF icon Foltz_Robichaud_2013.pdf (5.7 MB)
Experimental fire in two different grassland ecosystems in the Southwestern United States, Ford, Paulette, Calabrese Laura, Collins Scott, and Kearney Don , Proceedings of 3rd Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference, Spokane, Washington, (2011) PDF icon Ford_2011.pdf (115.98 KB)
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)
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Managing for Future Risks of Fire, Extreme Precipitation, and Post-fire Flooding, Garfin, G., LeRoy S., Martin D., Hammersley M., Youbert A., and Quay R. , Tucson, AZ, (2016)
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)

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