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  • Florsheim, J.L., A. Chin, A.M. Kinoshita and S. Nourbakhshbeidokhti. 2017. ffect of storms during drought on post-wildfire recovery of channel sediment dynamics and habitat in the southern California chaparral. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms.

  • Kinoshita, A.M., A. Chin, G.L. Simon, C. Briles, T. Hogue, A. O'Dowd, A.K. Gerlak and A. Uribe Albornoz. 2016. Wildfire, Water, and Society: Toward Integrative Research in the “Anthropocene”. Anthropocene. Anthropocene.

  • Hogue, T., A. Kinoshita, A. Bowman and K. Franz. 2015. MODIS-Based Potential Evapotranspiration Demand Curves for the Sacramento Soil Moisture Accounting Model. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering.

  • Kinoshita, A. and T. Hogue. 2015. Increased dry season water yield in burned watersheds in Southern California. Environmental Research Letters 10.

  • Micheletty, P.D., A.M. Kinoshita and T.S. Hogue. 2014. Application of MODIS snow cover products: wildfire impacts on snow and melt in the Sierra Nevada. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 18: 4601-4615.

  • Kinoshita, A. 2014. Book Review. Anthropocene 7: 67-69.

  • Kinoshita, A., T. Hogue and C. Napper. 2014. Evaluating Pre‐ and Post‐Fire Peak Discharge Predictions across Western U.S. Watersheds. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 50: 1540-1557.

  • Kinoshita, A., T. Hogue, J. Barco and C. Wessel. 2014. Chemical flushing from an urban-fringe watershed. Environmental Earth Sciences 72: 879-889.

  • Burke, M.P., T.S. Hogue, A.M. Kinoshita, J. Barco and C. Wessel. 2013. Pre-and post-fire pollutant loads in an urban fringe watershed in Southern California. nvironmental monitoring and assessment 185: 10131-10145.

  • Stein, E., J. Brown, T. Hogue, M. Burke and A. Kinoshita. 2012. Stormwater contaminant loading following southern California wildfires. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31: 2625-2638.

  • Kinoshita, A. and T. Hogue. 2011. Spatial and temporal controls on post-fire hydrologic recovery in Southern California watersheds. Catena 87: 240-252.

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