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This repository includes data used within manuscript titled "Freeze-Thaw Processes Degrade Post-fire Water Repellency in Wet Soils" submitted to the Hydrological Processes Journal.
Soils of different hydrophobicities and one opportunistic sample of the 7th cycle of wet/dry/freeze/thaw treatment were imaged using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) in a BSE mode at 100 times resolution. Sizes of each individual aggregate were measured using ImageJ software and their area was recorded.
File abbreviation notation:
NB=not burned soil sample with MED value of 6.5%
VB=very burned sample with MED value of 0%
B="optimally" burned sample with MED value of 16.5%
1_3_6=opportunistic sample of the 7th cycle of wet/dry/freeze/thaw treatment
|Area in cm^2 of all aggregates analyzed by ImageJ software for SEM image "B_2_bsex100.tif".
|Imagery of the burned soil sample (MED=16.5%) obtained using BSE mode at 100 times resolution with a Hitachi TM4000 microscope.
|Area in cm^2 of all aggregates analyzed by ImageJ software for SEM image "NB_2_bsex100.tif"
|Imagery of the not burned soil sample (MED=4.5%) obtained using BSE mode at 100 times resolution with a Hitachi TM4000 microscope.
|Area in cm^2 of all aggregates analyzed by ImageJ software for SEM image "VB_1_bsex100.tif"
|Imagery of the very burned soil sample (MED=0%) obtained using BSE mode at 100 times resolution with a Hitachi TM4000 microscope.
|Area in cm^2 of all aggregates analyzed by ImageJ software for SEM image "1_3_6_bsex100.tif".
|Imagery of the 7th cycle of the wet/dry/freeze/thaw soil (MED=4%) obtained using BSE mode at 100 times resolution with a Hitachi TM4000 microscope.
|Post-fire Soil Hydrophobicity Degradation
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|National Science Foundation
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|University of Western Australia, Perth
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