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Tools for analysis

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
This chapter presents a synthesis of current computer modeling tools that are, or could be, adopted for use in evaluating the cumulative watershed effects

Landscape scale effects of fuel management or fire on water resources: The future of cumulative effects analysis?

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
Wildfire may pose serious threats to both direct (for example, heating, dissolved toxic gases) and indirect (for instance, post-fire floods, erosion, chan

Biological responses to stressors in aquatic ecosystems in western North America: Cumulative watershed effects of fuel treatments, wildfire, and post-fire remediation

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
Aquatic communities in North America evolved with disturbance regimes (for example, glaciation, erosion, tectonics, volcanism, fire) that varied in freque

Potential effects of fuel management activities on riparian areas

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
A significant increase in fuel management treatments is underway as the Forest Service and other natural resource agencies implement the National Fire Pla

Cumulative effects of fuel treatments on soil productivity

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
Soil quality, function, and productivity potential are interrelated concepts that cover the range of soil properties and their associated ecological proce

Effects of fuel management practices on water quality

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
Fuel management practices in the Rocky Mountain region may include prescribed fire, timber harvesting (patch cuts, thinning, high-grading, or selective lo

Fuel management and water yield

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
There have been numerous studies worldwide demonstrating that changes in forest density can cause a change in water yield.

Cumulative effects of fuel treatments on channel erosion and mass wasting

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
Controversy over fuel treatments on public forestlands often focuses on the potential for such treatments to contribute to cumulative watershed impacts.

Fuel management and erosion

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
As the severity and extent of wildfires increase, efforts to reduce forest densities on public lands by thinning and prescribed burning also are increasin

Tools for fuel management

Publications Posted on: January 12, 2010
Fuels management is an active term.

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