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This study deals with the Rimbaud catchment, a sub-catchment within the Réal Collobrier hydrological observatory in southeastern France, managed by Irstea since 1966. This observatory suffered a wildfire in 1990. Because of the dense network of streamgauges and raingauges available, this site provides a unique opportunity to test and compare two types of analysis, one based on paired catchments and the other a rainfall-runoff model, used to assess the hydrological impact of forest fire. In thedoi:10.1080/02626667.2015.1035274 fatcat:32bjf5jx7zeadit4w2s26zp4kq