After the Wildfire
A presentation by engineers on how to quantify and mitigate the risks from flooding and debris flows post wildfire. Covers the severe changes to hydrology, sediment, and debris availability and mobility following a fire.
A webinar presenting guidelines for the effective development and application of scientific information. Presents data from interviews with scientists, managers, and other stakeholders following "Fostering Resilience in Southwestern Ecosystems: A Problem Solving Workshop."
A slideshow presentation from a soil scientist and watershed program manager on the Coconino National Forest in Arizona. The powerpoint covers the cost and effectiveness of various BAER treatments, with specific examples from the Coconino. Additionally, the lessons learned by a BAER team member for engaging with communities and other agencies are presented.
A slideshow presentation on a flood warning system put in place by USGS and private company, OneRain. The system was used by managers and communities after the Las Conchas Fire in New Mexico.
Post-Fire Flood Warning System
A slideshow presentation on USGS’s WaterAlert program and an example of its use in Arizona. WaterAlert allows users to subscribe to the service for free and receive alerts by email or text message when a user-defined threshold is exceeded.
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