Kevin D. Hyde
Kevin D. Hyde
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A real-time risk assessment tool supporting wildland fire decisionmaking
DE Calkin, MP Thompson, MA Finney, KD Hyde
Journal of Forestry 109 (5), 274-280, 2011
Predicting gully rejuvenation after wildfire using remotely sensed burn severity data
K Hyde, SW Woods, J Donahue
Geomorphology 86 (3), 496-511, 2007
Frequency–magnitude distribution of debris flows compiled from global data, and comparison with post-fire debris flows in the western US
KL Riley, R Bendick, KD Hyde, EJ Gabet
Geomorphology 191, 118-128, 2013
Research and development supporting risk-based wildfire effects prediction for fuels and fire management: status and needs
K Hyde, MB Dickinson, G Bohrer, D Calkin, L Evers, J Gilbertson-Day, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (1), 37-50, 2013
Cumulative watershed effects of fuel management in the western United States
W Elliot, K Hyde, L MacDonald, J McKean
Cumulative Watershed Effects of Fuel Management in the Western United States …, 2010
Effects of vegetation disturbance by fire on channel initiation thresholds
KD Hyde, AC Wilcox, K Jencso, S Woods
Geomorphology 214, 84-96, 2014
Assessing post-fire values-at-risk with a new calculation tool
KD Hyde, PR Robichaud, JG Jones, LE Ashmun, D Loeffler
Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2007
Built structure identification in wildland fire decision support
DE Calkin, JD Rieck, KD Hyde, JD Kaiden
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (1), 78-90, 2011
Comparing resource values at risk from wildfires with Forest Service fire suppression expenditures: Examples from 2003 Western Montana wildfire season
K Hyde, K Gebert, G Jones
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain …, 2005
Nonmarket resource valuation in the postfire environment
D Calkin, G Jones, K Hyde
Journal of Forestry 106 (6), 305-310, 2008
Integrating fuel treatment into ecosystem management: a proposed project planning process
KD Stockmann, KD Hyde, JG Jones, DR Loeffler, RP Silverstein
International Journal of Wildland Fire 19 (6), 725-736, 2010
Influence of vegetation disturbance on hydrogeomorphic response following wildfire
K Hyde, K Jencso, AC Wilcox, S Woods
Hydrological Processes, 2015
Tools for analysis
W Elliot, K Hyde, L MacDonald, J McKean
2007, January 19—last update). DRAFT Cumulative Watershed Effects of Fuels …, 2007
Assessing post-fire values-at-risk with a new calculation tool. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
DE Calkin, KD Hyde, PR Robichaud, JG Jones, LE Ashmun, D Loeffler
General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-205.(Fort Collins, CO), 2007
Integrating fuel treatments into comprehensive ecosystem management
K Hyde, G Jones, R Silverstein, K Stockmann, D Loeffler
Andrews PL, Butler BW (comps) Fuels management—how to measure success …, 2006
Advances towards an Integrated Assessment of Fire Effects on Soils, Vegetation and Geomorphological Processes
JF Martínez‐Murillo, J Neris, K Hyde, JJ Keizer
Land Degradation & Development 27 (5), 1314-1318, 2016
Use of wildfire burn severity mapping to indicate potential locations for gully rejuvenation Bitterroot Valley Montana.
K Hyde
The University of Montana, 2003
Control by Vegetation Disturbance on Gully Rejuvenation Following Wildfire
K Hyde
University of Montana, 2013
Multi-instrument Method to Map Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Snowmelt Infiltration
K Hyde
2015 AGU Fall Meeting, 2015
"Excess Water" Following Deforestation by Beetle Kill?
K Hyde, SN Miller, R Anderson-Sprecher, BE Ewers, H Speckman
American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2014, abstract# H53I-02, 2014
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