Post-Fire Salvage Logging Effects on Soils, Runoff, and Sediment Production in Western Watersheds
Media Type: Webinar
  • Joseph W. Wagenbrenner
    US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
Host Agency:
  • US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
  • Northern Rockies Fire Science Network
  • Southern Rockies Fire Science Network
  • Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Date: April 6, 2021

Cataloging Information

  • burn severity
  • disturbance
  • ground cover
  • infiltration
  • post-fire salvage logging
  • runoff
  • sediment delivery
  • soil compaction
  • soil erosion
  • soils
  • surface cover
  • water repellency
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Record Last Modified: April 22, 2021
FRAMES Record Number: 63495


As part of a recorded webinar series on new research to inform salvage logging decisions, Dr. Joe Wagenbrenner talks about post-fire salvage logging effects on soils, runoff, and sediment production in western watersheds. Joe Wagenbrenner is Research Hydrologist with the USDA Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Research Station. The series is co-hosted by the Rocky Mountain Research Station, Northern Rockies Fire Science Network, Southern Rockies Fire Science Network, and the Northwest Fire Science Consortium.

Recording Length: 0:44:13
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