Summary & Purpose
Our study used mass flux, particle size distribution and geochemistry to analyze variations in aeolian deposition following the Soda Fire of August 2015 in southwest Idaho.The data presented characterizes the aeolian material deposited in dust traps at a height of 2 meters above the soil surface. Mass data were collected using a microbalance, particle size distributions were analyzed using laser diffractometry, and geochemistry was analyzed using inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
Date of Publication or Submission
National Science Foundation (NSF) Rapid Grant under Award No.1600816 to Elowyn Yager, Nancy Glenn, and Jennifer Pierce for "An Integrated Study of Post-fire Wind and Water Erosion in Western Rangelands."
Single Dataset or Series?
September 2015 - November 2017
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Roehner, Clayton; Pierce, Jennifer; Yager, Elowyn; Glenn, Nancy F.; and Pierson, Frederick. (2019). Data Supporting the Characterization of Aeolian Material Deposited in the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed [Data set]. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.18122/reynoldscreek/14/boisestate
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