Gabrielle FS Boisrame
Gabrielle FS Boisrame
Assistant Research Professor, 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, 717-732, 2017
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
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
Fire, water, and biodiversity in the Sierra Nevada: A possible triple win
SL Stephens, S Thompson, G Boisramé, BM Collins, LC Ponisio, ...
Environmental Research Communications 3 (8), 081004, 2021
Why does snowmelt-driven streamflow response to warming vary? A data-driven review and predictive framework
BL Gordon, PD Brooks, SA Krogh, GFS Boisrame, RWH Carroll, ...
Environmental Research Letters 17 (5), 053004, 2022
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
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 23 (8), 1547-1565, 2020
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
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
Trends in western USA fire fuels using historical data and modeling
GFS Boisramé, TJ Brown, DM Bachelet
Fire Ecology 18 (1), 8, 2022
Exploring Climate-Driven agricultural water shortages in a Snow-Fed basin using a water allocation model and Machine learning
GFS Boisramé, RWH Carroll
Journal of Hydrology 621, 129605, 2023
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
Seeing the disturbed forest for the trees: Remote sensing is underutilized to quantify critical zone response to unprecedented disturbance
K Hwang, AA Harpold, CL Tague, L Lowman, GFS Boisramé, KB Lininger, ...
Earth's Future 11 (8), e2022EF003314, 2023
Fire return intervals explain different vegetation cover responses to wildfire restoration in two Sierra Nevada basins
OV Crompton, GFS Boisrame, E Rakhmatulina, SL Stephens, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 521, 120429, 2022
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
Can reservoir and groundwater storage buffer the impacts of climate-induced declines in snowpack storage for agriculture and the environment? Insights from the Walker River Basin
B Baah-Kumi, GFS Boisramé, MH Taylor, RWH Carroll
Journal of Hydrology 630, 130781, 2024
From Ashes to Insights: Dissecting Ecosystem Dynamics Before and After Wildfire in Illilouette Creek Basin
UL Ijaz, G Boisrame, BS Lee, K Underwood, JN Perdrial
AGU23, 2023
Exploring patterns and processes of Critical Zone (CZ) multidimensional resilience across the CZ collaborative network
JN Perdrial, B Abbott, DW Kincaid, G Boisrame, L Lowman, L Jin, ...
AGU23, 2023
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