Does soil burn severity affect the post-fire runoff and interrill erosion response? A review based on meta-analysis of field rainfall simulation data

@inproceedings{Vieira2015DoesSB,
  title={Does soil burn severity affect the post-fire runoff and interrill erosion response? A review based on meta-analysis of field rainfall simulation data},
  author={Daniel Vieira and Cristina Fern{\'a}ndez and Jos{\'e} Antonio Vega and Jan Jacob Keizer},
  year={2015}
}
Summary Soil burn severity has been widely used to describe the impacts of fire on soils and is increasingly being recognised as a decisive factor controlling post-fire erosion rates. However, there is no unique definition of the term and the relationship between soil burn severity and post-fire hydrological and erosion response has not yet been fully established. The objective of this work was to review the existing literature on the role of soil burn severity on post-fire runoff and erosion… CONTINUE READING

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