← Wildfire Recovery at The Niobrara Valley Preserve – Asking The Big Questions
Much of the erosion that’s occurred so far appears to be wind erosion. A 70 mph wind storm got sand moving in some areas.
The Nature Conservancy’s Niobrara Valley Preserve about four months after the 2012 wildfire. Rippled sand on the north side of the river, under burned oaks and eastern redcedar trees.
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