Poster Programme SSS20

SSS20

Postfire hydrology and erosion processes: linking impacts across spatial and temporal scales
Convener: Gary Sheridan  | Co-Conveners: Susan Cannon , Patrick Lane 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 06 May, 10:30–12:00  / Room 8
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 06 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall Z

Attendance Time: Thursday, 6 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Hall Z
Chairperson: Sue Cannon
Z224
EGU2010-3010
Measuring runoff connectivity following a patchy forest fire
Jane Cawson, Gary Sheridan, Patrick Lane, and Hugh Smith

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Z225
EGU2010-3017
Post-fire water quality in forest catchments: a review with implications for potable water supply
Hugh Smith, Gary Sheridan, Patrick Lane, Petter Nyman, and Shane Haydon

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Z226
EGU2010-5668
A simple analytic model for the intersection of wildfire-burnt areas and erosion-producing convective thunderstorms in space and time
Gary Sheridan, Owen Jones, Patrick Lane, Hugh Smith, and Petter Nyman

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Z227
EGU2010-6501
Comparing post forest fire erosion to erosion in vineyards in a Mediterranean environment
Dennis Fox, Julien Mir, and Pierre Carrega

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Z228
EGU2010-6829
Runoff and inter-rill erosion at the micro-plot scale following wildfire: comparing simulated and natural rainfall conditions
Maruxa Malvar, João Pedro Nunes, Peter Robichaud, and Jan Jacob Keizer

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Z229
EGU2010-7435
Medium to long-term impacts of forest fires on slope to catchment-scale processes under current and future climate
João Pedro Nunes, Celeste Alves Coelho, and Jan Jacob Keizer

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Z230
EGU2010-13310
Landslide hazard and forest fires - the relevance of geology for landslide type and development
Tomas M. Fernandez-Steeger, Thomas Wiatr, Ioannis Papanikolaou, and Klaus Reicherter

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Z231
EGU2010-13445
Relations between Rainfall and Postfire Debris-Flow- and Flood-Event Magnitudes for Emergency-Response Planning, San Gabriel Mountains, Southern California, USA
Susan Cannon, Larry Collins, Eric Boldt, and Dennis Staley

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Z232
EGU2010-13493
Effects of a layer of vegetative ash layer on wettable and water repellent soil hydrology
Merche B. Bodí, Stefan H. Doerr, Artemi Cerdà, and Jorge Mataix-Solera

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Z233
EGU2010-14401
Hydrological and erosion response at micro-plot to -catchment scale following forest wildfire, north-central Portugal
Diana Vieira, Jan Jacob Keizer, João Pedro Nunes, Isabel Fernandes, Raquel Ferreira, Luísa Pereira, Sergio Prats, María Ermitas Rial, and María Eufemia Varela

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Z234
EGU2010-14774
Modelling the long term water yield impact of fire in Eucalypt forests
Patrick Lane, Paul Fiekema, Chris Sherwin, Murray Peel, and Andrew Freebairn

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Z235
EGU2010-14990
Evidence of debris flow occurrence after wildfire in southeast Australia
Petter Nyman, Gary Sheridan, Hugh Smith, and Patrick Lane

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Z236
EGU2010-14991
Risk analysis procedure for post-wildfire natural hazards in British Columbia
Peter Jordan

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Z237
EGU2010-7506
Runoff, sediment and nutrient dynamics at plot and catchment scale following fire in wet eucalypt forests
Patrick Lane, Gary Sheridan, Phillip Noske, and Chris Sherwin

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Z239
EGU2010-5993
Post-Wildfire Surface Material Mapping Using Hyperspectral Data, Station Fire, Southern California, USA
Todd M. Hoefen, Raymond F. Kokaly, Robert O. Green, Gregg A. Swayze, and Geoffrey S. Plumlee

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Z240
EGU2010-9458
Using synthetic polymers to reduce soil erosion after forest fires in Mediterranean soils
Marcos Lado, Meni Ben-Hur, and Assaf Inbar

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Z241
EGU2010-11470
Is timing of prescribed fire critical for limiting post-fire erosion? Lessons from Portugal
Richard A. Shakesby, Carla S.S. Ferreira, Rory P.D. Walsh, António J.D. Ferreira, Emilia Urbanek, and Cathelijne R. Stoof

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Z242 EGU2010-1739
Evaluation of Surface Erosion and Mass-Wasting Hazards and Risks Within Some of the 2009 Australian Bushfires (withdrawn)
David H. Young and Thomas E. Koler