Assessing impacts of fire and post-fire on runoff and erosion from rangelands mitigationAuthor(s): Frederick B. Pierson; C. Jason Williams; Pete Robichaud
Source: Great Basin Factsheet Series Number 11. Sage Grouse Initiative. 6 p. Online: http://www.sagegrouseinitiative.com/category/great-basin-factsheet-series/
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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To provide an overview of the immediate and short-term hydrologic impacts of fire on infiltration, runoff, and erosion by water, and of the effectiveness of various mitigation treatments in the reduction of runoff and erosion in the years following the fire.
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CitationPierson, Frederick B.; Williams, C. Jason; Robichaud, Peter R. 2015 Assessing impacts of fire and post-fire on runoff and erosion from rangelands mitigation. Great Basin Factsheet Series Number 11. Sage Grouse Initiative. 6 p. Online: http://www.sagegrouseinitiative.com/category/great-basin-factsheet-series/
Keywordsfire impacts, infiltration, runoff, erosion, risk assessment tools, post-fire stabilization
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