USGS Research Hydrologist
PhD, Hydrology, Stanford, 2007
Unsaturated zone hydrology, post-wildfire hydrology, landscape disturbance
Fire, flood, and drought—Extreme climate events alter flow paths and stream chemistry. Murphy, S.F., McCleskey, R.B., Martin, D.A., Writer, J.H., and Ebel, B.A. (2018): Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123 Cross-CZO
Critical zone properties control the fate of nitrogen during experimental rainfall in montane forests of the Colorado Front Range. Hinckley, E. S., Ebel, B. A., Barnes, R. T., Murphy, S. F., Anderson, S. P. (2017): Biogeochemistry (2017) 132: 213. doi:10.1007/s10533-017-0299-8
Quantifying the effects of wildfire on changes in soil properties by surface burning of soils from the Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory. Wieting, C., Ebel, B. A., Singha, K. (2017): Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies Volume 13, October 2017, Pages 43-57
Aspect-dependent soil saturation and insight into debris-flow initiation during extreme rainfall in the Colorado Front Range. Ebel, B.A., Rengers, F. K., and Tucker, G.E. (2015): Geology 43 (8): 659-662
Aspect control of water movement on hillslopes near the rain-snow transition of the Colorado Front Range, USA . Hinckley, E-L S., Ebel, B.A., Barnes, R.T., Anderson, R.S., Williams, M.W. and Anderson. S.P. (2014): Hydrological processes 28: 74-85
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