Content tagged "after fire landscape recovery"

Using Barriers to Control Erosion after a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: December 01, 2015

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID  Using barriers to control erosion after a wildfire is a common practice....

How to Determine Burn Severity After a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: December 01, 2015

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID  It is important to determine the burn severity of a wildfire as many...

Erosion Potential After A Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: November 20, 2015

 Assessing the erosion potential after a wildfire is an important step of post-fire management. Erosion is a natural process occurring on landscapes at...

eWIN Articles on After Fire Landscape and Forest Recovery

Wildfire Updated: November 18, 2015

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Wildfire and Its Effects on Streams and Rivers

Wildfire Updated: July 17, 2013

Wildfire affects streams and rivers in a multitude of ways, and the health and wealth of a stream environment are reflections of the condition of the...

Erosion Control after a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: July 10, 2013

Erosion is probably one of the most common concerns after a wildfire. Post-fire erosion depends on many factors, but generally erosion hazard increases as...

Grass Seeding to Control Erosion after a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: June 17, 2011

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, IDThough not the most successful method, grass seeding is the most commonly used...

Reforesting Your Forestland after a Wildfire

Wildfire Updated: June 17, 2011

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID One of the first activities most people plan after a burn is reforesting their...

Wildfire and Wildlife Habitat

Wildfire Updated: August 10, 2010

Article Written by: Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho Extension, Moscow, ID The biggest effect wildfire has on wildlife habitat is by altering the three...

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