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Monitoring fire impacts in soil water repellency and structure stability during 6 years

Author(s): A.J. Gordillo-Rivero | J. García-Moreno | A. Jordán | L. Zavala

Journal: Flamma
ISSN 2171-665X

Volume: 4;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 71;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: Soil water repellency | Aggregate stability | Wildfires

Wildfires induce a series of soil changes affecting their physical and chemical properties and the hydrological and erosive response. Two of the properties that are commonly affected by burning are soil water repellency and structural stability. This paper carries out the study and monitoring of water repellency and soil structural stability during a period of 6 years after fire in calcareous soils of southern Spain in different aggregate size fractions (
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