Simulating overland flow following wildfire : mapping vulnerability to landscape disturbance

@inproceedings{Beeson2001SimulatingOF,
  title={Simulating overland flow following wildfire : mapping vulnerability to landscape disturbance},
  author={Peter Beeson and Scott N. Martens and David D. Breshears},
  year={2001}
}
The probability of landscape-scale disturbances such as fire are expected to increase in the future due to anticipated climate changes and past land management practices. These disturbances can produce dramatic changes in hydrologic responses (e.g. overland flow) that can pose risks to human life, infrastructure, and the environment. Assessing these risks and associated remediation strategies requires spatially explicit evaluation of upland hydrology. However, most current evaluation methods… CONTINUE READING

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