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Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Giuseppe Esposito; Rocco Masi; Stefano Alfano; Gaetano Giannatiempo; Rosa D'Eliseo; Filiberto Russo
Publication Date: 2022

Impacts of wildfires on mountainous landscapes include modifications to hydraulic and geotechnical properties of soils [1,2]. These changes may influence both hydrologic and sedimentologic response of burned watersheds to intense rainfall, increasing the likelihood of overland flow and soil erosion than in areas that are unburned [3]. Enhanced rainfall-induced runoff and sediment transport can lead to relevant landscape degradation, as well as to the triggering of rapid debris and sediment-laden flows [4,5] which may represent a substantial hazard for people and infrastructures located downstream [6].

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Citation: Esposito, Giuseppe; Masi, Rocco; Alfano, Stefano; Giannatiempo, Gaetano; D'Eliseo, Rosa; Russo, Filiberto. 2022. Clues of frequent post-fire erosion responses in the Campania Region (southern Italy). Environmental Sciences Proceedings 17(1):57.

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  • debris flows
  • Italy
  • post-fire erosion
  • rainstorm
  • wildfires
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