Relations between soil hydraulic properties and burn severity
John A Moody, Brian A Ebel, Petter Nyman, Deborah A Martin, Cathelijne R Stoof, Randy McKinley
International Journal of Wildland Fire | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2016
We especially wish to acknowledge the National Audubon Society, whose onsite manager, Justin Pepper, gave us access to a large burned area with a gradient in burn severity that allowed us to sample on one property without having to obtain permission from multiple property owners. The measurements were definitely a team effort by the authors and by other participants in the 2013 AGU Chapman Conference, 'Synthesising Empirical Results to Improve Predictions of Post-Wildfire Runoff and Erosion Response': (1) Rick Shakesby, Victoria Stempniewicz, Amanda Martens and Chris Williams; (2) Pete Robichaud, Artemi Cerda, Stefan Doerr, Lea Wittenberg and Dan Malkinson; (3) Vicky Balfour, Christina Santin and Peter Jordan; (4) Christoph Langhans, Rene Van der Sant, Diana Vieira and Mary Ellen Miller; (5) Merche Bodi, Ryan Bart, Jing Tao and Li Chen; (6) Sandra Ryan-Burkett, Pete Wohlgemuth and Jason Williams; (7) Karletta Chief, Charles Ichoku, David Scott and Rose Shillito; (8) Francis Rengers, Brian Sheppard and Ann Youberg; (9) Gary Sheridan, Charlie Luce, Joe Wagenbrenner and Greg Bevenger. David Kinner made numerous and careful mini disk measurements while perched on dry, steep raveling slopes in the Verdugo Mountains burned by the 2005 Harvard fire. Travel for some Chapman conference participants was funded in part by the National Science Foundation and The Nature Conservancy. We also greatly appreciate the repeated efforts of the Associate Editor who helped us to produce a concise and focussed scientific publication. Any use of trade, product or firm names in this publication is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the US Government.