Predicting postfire erosion and mitigation effectiveness with a web-based probabilistic erosion model

@inproceedings{Robichaud2007PredictingPE,
  title={Predicting postfire erosion and mitigation effectiveness with a web-based probabilistic erosion model},
  author={Peter R. Robichaud and William J. Elliot and Frederick B. Pierson and Dean E. Hall and Corey A. Moffet},
  year={2007}
}
The decision of where, when, and how to apply the most effective postfire erosion mitigation treatments requires land managers to assess the risk of damaging runoff and erosion events occurring after a fire. To meet this challenge, the Erosion Risk Management Tool (ERMiT) was developed. ERMiT is a web-based application that uses the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) technology to estimate erosion, in probabilistic terms, on burned and recovering forest, range, and chaparral lands with and… CONTINUE READING