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PICO SSS10.3/HS9.12/NH7.3

SSS10.3/HS9.12/NH7.3

Understanding, predicting and preventing post-fire hydrologic and erosive risks in fire-affected areas. (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Diana Vieira  | Co-Conveners: Mike Kirkby , Peter Robichaud , Gary Sheridan 
PICO
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / PICO spot 3

Friday, 13 Apr 2018
PICO spot 3
Chairperson: Diana Vieira
Understanding post-fire hydrologic and erosive risks

08:30–08:40
PICO3.1
EGU2018-11163
A coherent framework to assess water contamination risk following vegetation fires Highlight
João Pedro Nunes, Stefan H. Doerr, Gary Sheridan, Jonay Neris, Cristina Santín, Monica B. Emelko, Uldis Silins, Peter R. Robichaud, William J. Elliot, and Jacob Keizer
08:40–08:42
PICO3.2
EGU2018-11897
The role of wildfires in inducing hydrogeomorphological disasters in the Mediterranean. A case from Greece.
Michalis Diakakis, Efthymios Nikolopoulos, Spyridon Mavroulis, Emmanuel Vassilakis, and Evangelia Korakaki
08:42–08:44
PICO3.3
EGU2018-10931
Understanding hydrological effects of a forest fire combing in-situ discharge measurements and Earth Observations: the Västmanland fire (Sweden)
Rafael Pimentel, David Gustafsson, Johan Strömqvist, Goran Lindström, and Berit Arheimer
08:44–08:46
PICO3.4
EGU2018-880
Post-fire soil catenas on the south of Primorsky kray (Russian Federation)
Veronika Piskareva, Timur Koshovskii, and Anna Belik
08:46–08:48
PICO3.5
EGU2018-17183
An ecotoxicological assessment of wildfire ash produced in contrasting ecosystems
Ashleigh Harper, Stefan Doerr, Cristina Santin, Cynthia Froyd, and Dania Albini
Predicting post-fire hydrologic and erosive risks

08:48–08:50
PICO3.6
EGU2018-5817
Estimation of event rainfall erosivity from weather radar data in a burnt area (withdrawn after no-show)
Qinggaozi Zhu and Xihua Yang
08:50–08:52
PICO3.7
EGU2018-10304
Quantifying the Effect of Soil Water Repellency on Fire-Affected Soils
Rose Shillito, Markus Berli, Teamrat Ghezzehei, and Emily Kaminski
08:52–08:54
PICO3.8
EGU2018-7238
Finding spatial proxies for post fire erosion risk across diverse soilscapes
Philip Noske, Gary Sheridan, Patrick Lane, and Petter Nyman
08:54–08:56
PICO3.9
EGU2018-2302
Quantifying Post-fire Sediment Transport Processes with USACE Numerical Models
Ian Floyd, Nawa Pradhan, and Charles Downer
08:56–08:58
PICO3.10
EGU2018-2893
Prediction of Post-fire Water Quality Using the Soil-Water-Assessment-Tool (SWAT)
Ashley Rust and Terri Hogue
08:58–09:00
PICO3.11
EGU2018-9719
Post-fire landslide susceptibility mapping in the 2016 fire-affected areas of Chios Island (Northeastern Aegean Sea, Greece)
Varvara Antoniou, Spyridon Mavroulis, Dimitrios Theocharis, Emmanuel Skourtsos, Emmanuel Vassilakis, and Efthymios Lekkas
Preventing post-fire hydrologic and erosive risks

09:00–09:02
PICO3.12
EGU2018-17868
The effectiveness of two contrasting mulch application rates to reduce post-fire erosion in a Portuguese eucalypt plantation
Jacob Keizer, Flávio C. Silva, Diana C.S. Vieira, Óscar Gonzalez-Pelayo, Isabel M.A.N. Campos, Alda Vieira, and Sergio A. Prats
Discussion

09:02–10:00
Interactive presentations at PICO screens