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G & G research in wildland fire sciences


Examples of G & G research into fire sciences and post-fire effects include:

Lavine, A., Kuyumjian, G. A., Reneau, S. L., Katzman, D., and Malmon, D.V., A five-year record of sedimentation in the Los Alamos Reservoir, New Mexico, following the Cerro Grande fire: Proceedings of Joint 8th Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference and 3rd Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Reno, Nevada, 951-959, 2006

Lyman, J., Reneau, S.L., Malmon, D.V., Katzman, D. and Lavine, A., 2005, Characterization of erosion and deposition of sediment in Pueblo Canyon, Los Alamos New Mexico, following the Cerro Grande fire, in Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LA-14231, pp. 72.

Reneau, S.L., Katzman, D., Kuyumjian, G.A., Lavine, A., and Malmon, D.V., 2007, Sediment delivery after a wildfire: Geology, v. 35, no. 2, p. 151-154, doi:10.1130/G23288A. 

 

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