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Posters SSS9.19/HS11.37

SSS9.19/HS11.37

Post-fire environments: Impacts, Processes, Modelling and Management (co-organized)
Convener: Gary Sheridan  | Co-Conveners: Paulo Pereira , Juan F. Martinez-Murillo , Christoph Langhans , Jorge Mataix-Solera , Francis Rengers , Artemi Cerdà , Stefan Doerr , Petter Nyman , Anna Brook , Xavier Ubeda 
Orals
 / Wed, 20 Apr, 13:30–15:15  / Room -2.32
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 20 April 2016, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
X1.71
EGU2016-407
Impact of the post fire management in some soil chemical properties. First results.
Marcos Francos, Paulo Pereira, Meritxell Alcañiz, and Xavi Úbeda

X1.72
EGU2016-409
Long-term changes in nutrient availability after prescribed fire management in a Mediterranean soil
Meritxell Alcañiz, Luis Outeiro, Marcos Francos, Joaquim Farguell, and Xavier Úbeda

X1.73
EGU2016-704
Advantages and disadvantages with drones in determining the erosion of a fire zone
María Fernández Raga, Covadonga Palencia, and Enoc Sanz Ablanedo

X1.74
EGU2016-810
Exploring functional relationships between post-fire soil water repellency, soil structure and physico-chemical properties
Jamie Quarfeld, Anna Brook, Saskia Keestra, and Lea Wittenberg

X1.75
EGU2016-1790
Concentrated flow erosion processes under planned fire
Christoph Langhans, Phil Noske, Rene Van Der Sant, Patrick Lane, and Gary Sheridan

X1.76
EGU2016-3018
Rainfall and wet and dry cycle’s impact on ash thickness. A laboratory experiment
Paulo Pereira, Saskia Keestra, Piet Peters, and Artemi Cerdà

X1.77
EGU2016-8400
Towards an integrated assessment of the impacts of forest residue mulching following wildfire in eucalypt plantations in north-central Portugal
Jan Jacob Keizer, Nelson Abrantes, Ana Bastos, Micha Brandsma, Isabel Campos, Silvia Faria, Maruxa Malvar, Martinho Martins, Maria João Oliveira, Gabriel Pimpão, Sergio Prats, João Puga, Cristina Ribeiro, João Rocha, Liliana Santos, Dalila Serpa, Flávio Silva, Tiago Silva, Sandra Valente, and Diana Vieira

X1.78
EGU2016-9429
Modeling post-fire sediment yield based on two burn scenarios at the Sooke Lake Reservoir, BC, Canada
Mariana Dobre, William J. Elliot, Erin S. Brooks, and Tim Smith

X1.79
EGU2016-10707
The ramp or the staircase? A process-hierarchy in post-fire hydrogeomorphology
Gary Sheridan, Christoph Langhans, Petter Nyman, and Patrick Lane

X1.80
EGU2016-10998
A new field method to characterise the runoff generation potential of burned hillslopes
Gary Sheridan, Patrick Lane, and Christoph Langhans

X1.81
EGU2016-11189
Characterizing recovery of soil hydrological properties impacted by wildfire
Alicia Joseph, Jordan Borak, Soni Yatheendradas, Brian Crosgrove, David Gochis, Aubrey Dugger, and David Goodrich

X1.82
EGU2016-11256
Rapid Response Tools and Datasets for Post-fire Hydrological Modeling
Mary Ellen Miller, Lee H. MacDonald, Michael Billmire, William J Elliot, and Pete R. Robichaud

X1.83
EGU2016-11586
Characterization of the humic substances isolated from postfire soils of scotch pine forest in Togljatty city, Samara region by the 13C-NMR spectroscopy
Ekaterina Maksimova and Evgeny Abakumov

X1.84
EGU2016-12306
Modeling post-fire hydro-geomorphic recovery in the Waldo Canyon Fire
Alicia Kinoshita, Samira Nourbakhshbeidokhti, and Anne Chin

X1.85
EGU2016-12911
The influence of fire history, plant species and post-fire management on soil water repellency in a Mediterranean catchment: the Mount Carmel range, Israel
Saskia Keesstra, Lea Wittenberg, Jerry Maroulis, Dan Malkinson, Artemi Cerdà, and Paulo Pereira

X1.86
EGU2016-13092
Improving post-wildfire hydrologic simulations with ParFlow in southern California
Sonya Lopez, Alicia Kinoshita, and Adam Atchley

X1.87
EGU2016-17578
Are post-fire silvicultural treatments a useful tool to fight the climate change threat in terms of plant diversity?
Javier Hedo de Santiago, Manuel Esteban Lucasr Borja, and Jorge de las Heras

X1.88
EGU2016-17826
How well does the Post-fire Erosion Risk Management Tool (ERMiT) really work?
Peter Robichaud, William Elliot, Sarah Lewis, and Mary Ellen Miller