Gabrielle FS Boisrame
Gabrielle FS Boisrame
Postdoc, Desert Research Institute
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Managed wildfire effects on forest resilience and water in the Sierra Nevada
G Boisramé, S Thompson, B Collins, S Stephens
Ecosystems 20 (4), 717-732, 2017
Vegetation change during 40 years of repeated managed wildfires in the Sierra Nevada, California
GFS Boisramé, SE Thompson, M Kelly, J Cavalli, KM Wilkin, SL Stephens
Forest Ecology and Management 402, 241-252, 2017
Restoring a natural fire regime alters the water balance of a Sierra Nevada catchment
GFS Boisramé, SE Thompson, C Tague, SL Stephens
Water Resources Research 55 (7), 5751-5769, 2019
Hydrologic responses to restored wildfire regimes revealed by soil moisture-vegetation relationships
G Boisramé, S Thompson, S Stephens
Advances in water resources 112, 124-146, 2018
Spatially variable water table recharge and the hillslope hydrologic response: Analytical solutions to the linearized hillslope Boussinesq equation
DN Dralle, GFS Boisramé, SE Thompson
Water Resources Research 50 (11), 8515-8530, 2014
Forest vegetation change and its impacts on soil water following 47 years of managed wildfire
JT Stevens, GFS Boisramé, E Rakhmatulina, SE Thompson, BM Collins, ...
Ecosystems, 1-19, 2020
Water budgets for the delta watershed: Putting together the many disparate pieces
J Ariyama, GFS Boisramé, MR Brand
San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 17 (2), 2019
Hydrological benefits of restoring wildfire regimes in the Sierra Nevada persist in a warming climate
E Rakhmatulina, G Boisramé, SL Stephens, S Thompson
Journal of Hydrology 593, 125808, 2021
Scientists' warning on extreme wildfire risks to water supply
FN Robinne, DW Hallema, KD Bladon, MD Flannigan, G Boisramé, ...
Hydrological Processes 35 (5), e14086, 2021
Wildfire Effects on the Ecohydrology of a Sierra Nevada Watershed
GFS Boisramé
University of California, Berkeley, 2016
Seeing the Forest Without the Trees: Long-Term Influence of Wildfire on the Ecohydrology of a Mountain Watershed
GFS Boisrame, M Naranjo, S Stephens, SE Thompson, A Wong
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, H54D-05, 2014
Fire, water, and biodiversity in the Sierra Nevada: A possible triple win
S Stephens, SE Thompson, G Boisrame, BM Collins, L Ponisio, ...
Environmental Research Communications, 2021
Acknowledgment to Reviewers of Fire in 2020
A Abbate, T Curran, M Almeida, M Czymzik, VG Ambrosia, GM Davies, ...
Critical Zone network cluster research: Using Big Data approaches to assess ecohydrological resilience across scales
JN Perdrial, D Rizzo, K Underwood, BS Lee, R Toolin, EC Seybold, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, H055-04, 2020
Repeated wildfires in a Sierra Nevada watershed cause limited post-fire erosion
GFS Boisrame, SE Thompson
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, H080-05, 2020
Toward a process-based understanding of precipitation-phase impacts on streamflow
Z Asghar, C Oroza, SE Thompson, X Feng, GFS Boisrame, RL Ray, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, H51P-1697, 2019
Restoring a Natural Fire Regime Alters Streamflow, Snowpack, and Storage in a Sierra Nevada Catchment
GFS Boisrame, SE Thompson, C Tague, S Stephens, E Rakhmatulina
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B33G-2547, 2019
To Burn or Not to Burn? A Case Study of Illilouette Basin
E Rakhmatulina, GFS Boisrame, SE Thompson, S Stephens
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, H23L-2128, 2018
Is Managed Wildfire Protecting Yosemite National Park from Drought?
GFS Boisrame, SE Thompson, S Stephens, B Collins, M Kelly, N Tague
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, H33R-01, 2016
Resilience Through Disturbance: Effects of Wildfire on Vegetation and Water Balance in the Sierra Nevadas
GFS Boisrame, SE Thompson, S Stephens, B Collins, N Tague
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, GC33E-1337, 2015
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