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Yosemite Forum Tuesday, February 13

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avatar Yosemite Forum Tuesday, February 13
February 06, 2018 04:03PM
"Water and wildfires: How returning fire to mountain landscapes affects rivers, snowpack, and forest health" by Dr. Gabrielle Boisrame, Delta Stewardship Council & UC Berkeley. The Sierra Nevada mountains provide most of California's water. A century of fire suppression in this fire-adapted region has led to unnaturally dense forests, which can reduce streamflows and snowpack, as well as make forests more vulnerable to droughts. A combination of field measurements, aerial photos, and model results show how returning wildfires to the Illilouette Creek watershed in the Yosemite wilderness has increased forest health and benefited water supply.

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