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2017Moody, J.A., and Martin, D.A., 2017, Eighteen years (1996-2014) of channel cross-sectional measurements made in Spring Creek after the 1996 Buffalo Creek wildfire and subsequent flood: U.S. Geological Survey data release. [get publication]
2016Martin, D.A., 2016, At the nexus of fire, water and society, Philosophical Transactions B, 371, 20150172. [get publication]
2016Moody, J. A., Ebel, B. A., Nyman, P., Martin, D. A., Stoof, C. R., and McKinley, R., 2016, Relations between soil hydraulic properties and burn severity: International Journal of Wildland Fire, 25, 279–293. [get publication]
2016Shakesby, R.A., Moody, J.A., Martin, D.A., and Robichaud, P.R., 2016. Synthesising empirical results to improve predictions of post-wildfire runoff and erosion response. International Journal of Wildland Fire 25, 257-261. [get publication]
2016Stoof Cathelijne R., Gevaert Anouk I., Baver Christine, Hassanpour Bahareh, Morales Verónica L., Zhang Wei, Martin Deborah, Giri Shree K., Steenhuis Tammo S. (2016) Can pore-clogging by ash explain post-fire runoff?: International Journal of Wildland Fire 25, 294–305. [get publication]
2015Moody, J.A., Martin, D.A., Meade, R.H., 2015, Preserving geomorphic data records of flood disturbances, GeoResJ, doi: 10.1016/j.grj.2015.02.016.
2015Murphy, S.F., Writer, J.H., McCleskey, R.B., and Martin, D.A., 2015, The role of precipitation type, intensity, and spatial distribution in source water quality after wildfire. Environmental Research Letters, v. 10, no. 8, 084007: 1-13. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/8/084007 [get publication]
2014Bodí, M.B., Martin, D.A., Balfour, V.N., Santín, C., Doerr, S.H., Pereira, P., Cerdá, A., Mataix-Solera, J., 2014,  Wildland fire ash—Production, composition and eco-hydro-geomorphic effects: Earth-Science Reviews 130, p. 103–127.
2014Moody, J.A., D. Martin, D.A., Robichaud, P.R., Shakesby, R.A., 2014. Fostering post-wildfire research. Eos Trans. AGU, 95(4), 37.
2013Moody, J.A., Shakesby, R.A., Robichaud, P.R., Cannon, S.H., Martin, D.A., 2013. Current research issues related to post-wildfire runoff and erosion processes, Earth-Science Reviews 122, 10-37.
2012Ebel, B.A., Hinckley, E.S., Martin, D.A., 2012. Soil-water dynamics and unsaturated storage during snowmelt following wildfire: Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, v. 16, p. 1401–1417. doi:10.5194/hess-16-1401-2012. 
2012Ebel, Brian A, Moody, John A, and Martin, Deborah A, 2012, Hydrologic conditions controlling runoff generation immediately after wildfire: Water Resources Research, v. 48, iss. 3. [get publication]
2012Pereira, Paulo, Úbeda, Xavier, and Martin, Deborah A, 2012, Fire severity effects on ash chemical composition and water-extractable elements: Geoderma, v. 191, iss. 0, p. 105-114. [get publication]
2011Pereira, Paulo, Úbeda, Xavier, Martin, Deborah, Mataix-Solera, Jorge, and Guerrero, César, 2011, Effects of a low severity prescribed fire on water-soluble elements in ash from a cork oak (Quercus suber) forest located in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula: Environmental Research, v. 111, iss. 2, p. 237-247. [get publication]
2009Doerr, S H, Woods, S W, Martin, D A, and Casimiro, M, 2009, ‘Natural background’ soil water repellency in conifer forests of the north-western USA: Its prediction and relationship to wildfire occurrence: Journal of Hydrology, v. 371, iss. 1–4, p. 12-21. [get publication]
2009Hoefen, Todd M, Kokaly, Raymond F, Martin, Deborah A, Rochester, Carlton, Plumlee, Geoffrey S, Mendez, Greg, Reichard, Eric G, and Fisher, Robert N, 2009, Sample Collection of Ash and Burned Soils from the October 2007 Southern California Wildfires: U.S. Geological Survey. [get publication]
2009Moody, J A, and Martin, D A, 2009, Forest fire effects on geomorphic processes: Science Publishers, Inc: Enfield,New Hampshire, USA, p. 41-79.
2009Moody, J A, and Martin, D A, 2009, Synthesis of sediment yields after wildland fire in different rainfall regimes in the western United States: International Journal of Wildland Fire, v. 18, iss. 1, p. 96-115. [get publication]
2009Semmens, J D, Briggs, J S, and Martin, D A, 2009, An Ecosystem Services Framework for Multidisciplinary Research in the Colorado River Headwaters: p. 59-64.
2009Úbeda, X, Pereira, P, Outeiro, L, and Martin, D A, 2009, Effects of fire temperature on the physical and chemical characteristics of the ash from two plots of cork oak (Quercus suber): Land Degradation & Development, v. 20, iss. 6, p. 589-608 LA - en. [get publication]
2008Hageman, Philip L, Plumlee, Geoffrey S, Martin, Deborah A, Hoefen, Todd M, Adams, Monique, Lamothe, Paul J, Todorov, Todor, and Anthony, Michael W, 2008, Leachate Geochemical Results for Ash Samples from the June 2007 Angora Wildfire Near Lake Tahoe in Northern California: Geological Survey (U.S.). [get publication]
2008Moody, John A, Martin, Deborah A, Haire, Sandra L, and Kinner, David A, 2008, Linking runoff response to burn severity after a wildfire: Hydrological Processes, v. 22, iss. 13, p. 2063-2074 LA - en. [get publication]
2008Moody, John A, Martin, Deborah A, and Cannon, Susan H, 2008, Post-wildfire erosion response in two geologic terrains in the western USA: Geomorphology, v. 95, iss. 3-4, p. 103-118. [get publication]
2007Moody, J A, Martin, D A, Oakley, T M, and Blanken, P D, Temporal and spatial variability of soil temperature and soil moisture after a wildfire, in press: p. 2007-5015.
2007Plumlee, Geoffrey S, Martin, Deborah A, Hoefen, Todd, Kokaly, Raymond, Hageman, Philip, Eckberg, Alison, Meeker, Gregory P, Adams, Monique, Anthony, Michael, and Lamothe, Paul J, 2007, Preliminary Analytical Results for Ash and Burned Soils from the October 2007 Southern California Wildfires: Geological Survey (U.S.). [get publication]
2004Moody, J A, and Martin, D A, 2004, Wildfire impacts on reservoir sedimentation in the western United States: Tsinghua University Press, p. 1095-1102.