Hayman Fire Rehabilitation Treatment Monitoring Progress Report, 2002-2005: Sediment Yields, Runoff, and Ground Cover in the First Three Years after the Hayman Fire.

Abstract

(Erosion, Pollution – Sediment, Wildfires – Rehabilitation)

This report describes damage done by the Hayman Fire in the Colorado area in terms of ecological impacts. From there it goes on to detail the rehabilitation treatments applied to 45,500 acres of the burned area, between the period of 2002 to 2005, as well as the effectiveness of these treatments. Ultimately the report contains post-fire runoff and erosion results for this period from six small watersheds and 32 hillslope plots.

Robichaud, P. & Wagenbrenner, J. (2006).

. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

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