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A Fire Community Observatory: Interdisciplinary, AI-informed Post-Fire Rapid Response for Improved Water Cycle Science at Watershed Scale
Wildfire is an ecological disturbance that disrupts the hydrological cycle (1, 2). In the past few years, a record number of multiple-and-compounding fires have occurred across urban-wildland gradients in the Western United States (3, 4). Changes to watershed hydrological partitioning in response to fires (infiltration, runoff, evapotranspiration) presents unprecedented challenges to "Water-in-the-West" through negative impacts to water supply and its quality (5) , and is a direct threat todoi:10.2172/1769642 fatcat:rmvp5olgznhvhpcj7yjlujacsy