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High-peak Creeks, Forest Fires and Landscape Erosion: Could They Be Linked?

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Research area in Gordon Gulch, Colo.

Research in Gordon Gulch, Colo., part of NSF's Boulder Creek CZO.

Credit: Suzanne Anderson, University of Colorado Boulder


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researcher samples water from Boulder Creek

See a video of "Where Rock Meets Life" in Boulder Creek, Colo.

Credit: NSF Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory

 

Boulder Creek and the Rocky Mountains seen from the airplane.

Bird's-eye view: Boulder Creek and the Rocky Mountains from the skies above.

Credit: Robert Anderson, University of Colorado Boulder


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Map showing Boulder Creek, and tributary Fourmile Creek, with red burn scar from a wildfire.

Location of Boulder Creek, and tributary Fourmile Creek, with red burn scar from a wildfire.

Credit: NASA


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Photo of a ponderosa pine extending its roots into rock below.

A tree grows near Boulder Creek: A ponderosa pine extends its roots into rock below.

Credit: Suzanne Anderson, University of Colorado Boulder


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Scientist Ken Nelson collecting soils beneath trees at the Boulder Creek CZO.

Scientist Ken Nelson studies the soil beneath trees at the Boulder Creek CZO.

Credit: Suzanne Anderson, University of Colorado Boulder


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Researcher T. Joe Mills samples winter snows in the Boulder Creek watershed.

Researcher T. Joe Mills samples winter snow in the Boulder Creek watershed.

Credit: Suzanne Anderson, University of Colorado at Boulder


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