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grl24818-sup-0001-readme.txtplain text document7Kreadme.txt
grl24818-sup-0002-txts01.txtplain text document2KText S1. Description of the formulation for decay and regrowth of vegetation following a fire used in the DHSVM model.
grl24818-sup-0003-txts02.txtplain text document4KText S2. Description of the formulation for the stochastic fire model used to generate fire sequences over the Entiat River Basin.
grl24818-sup-0004-ts01.txtplain text document0KTable S1. Selected properties of soil types used in the DHSVM model of the Entiat River Basin.
grl24818-sup-0005-fs01.epsPS document718KFigure S1. Plots of runoff for Fox, Burns and McCree showing daily time series and monthly seasonal cycles and plots of total erosion and surface erosion.
grl24818-sup-0006-fs02.epsPS document547KFigure S2. Plot of modeled 3-hourly flow for 20 August 1970-9 September 1970 for McCree, Burns and Fox Creeks.
grl24818-sup-0007-fs03.tifTIFF image85KFigure S3. Plot of soil moisture in the three soil layers modeled by DHSVM for the Entiat Experimental Forest watersheds.
grl24818-sup-0008-fs04.epsPS document186KFigure S4. Annual time series plot of modeled surface erosion and mass wasting for high, medium, low severity fires and no fire simulations in the Entiat Experimental Forest watersheds.
grl24818-sup-0009-fs05.epsPS document229KFigure S5. Bar graph of annual modeled surface erosion and mass wasting for natural and current fire regime scenarios.

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