Impact of Megafire on Aquatic Insect Communities in Central Utah
bioassessment, conservation, entomology, climate change, ecology
In 2018, a 610-km² megafire complex and residual storms following Hurricane Rosa triggered flash flooding and debris flows throughout the Spanish Fork River (Utah) watershed. The size of the megafire allows for the testing of multiple hypotheses about ecosystem recovery across elevational diversity and vegetation gradients.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Eichert, Anna; Nelson, C. Riley; and Frandsen, Paul, "Impact of Megafire on Aquatic Insect Communities in Central Utah" (2022). Library/Life Sciences Undergraduate Poster Competition 2022. 57.
Plant and Wildlife Sciences
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