Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Doerr, S. (n.d.) Influence of soil water repellency on heavy metal mobility in coal ash reclaimed technosols. Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology, 20(4), 1667-1679.
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  2. Jones, M., Coppola, A., Santin Nuno, C., Dittmar, T., Jaffé, R., Doerr, S., & Quine, T. Fires prime terrestrial organic carbon for riverine export to the global oceans. Nature Communications, 11(1)
  3. Sánchez-García, C., Doerr, S., Urbanek, E., & Urbanek, E. The effect of water repellency on the short-term release of CO2 upon soil wetting. Geoderma, 375, 114481
  4. Vogel, J., Balshaw, H., Doerr, S., & Bryant, R. Measuring water repellency of individual particles: The new “micro-Wilhelmy Plate Method” and its applicability to soil. Geoderma, 371, 114384
  5. Sanchez-Garcia, C., Oliveira, B., Keizer, J., Doerr, S., & Urbanek, E. Water repellency reduces soil CO2 efflux upon rewetting. Science of The Total Environment, 708, 135014
  6. Balshaw, H., Douglas, P., Davies, M., & Doerr, S. Pyrene and nile red fluorescence probes for in‐situ study of polarity and viscosity of soil organic coatings implicated in soil water repellency. European Journal of Soil Science
  7. Harper, A., Santin, C., Doerr, S., Froyd, C., Albini, D., Otero, X., Viñas, L., & Pérez-Fernández, B. Chemical composition of wildfire ash produced in contrasting ecosystems and its toxicity to Daphnia magna. International Journal of Wildland Fire
  8. Rhoades, C., Nunes, J., Silins, U., & Doerr, S. The influence of wildfire on water quality and watershed processes: new insights and remaining challenges. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 28(10), 721
  9. Jones, M., Santin Nuno, C., Werf, G., & Doerr, S. Global fire emissions buffered by the production of pyrogenic carbon. Nature Geoscience, 12(9), 742-747.
  10. Gazze, S., Hallin, I., Quinn, G., Dudley, E., Matthews, G., Rees, P., Van Keulen, G., Doerr, S., & Francis, L. Organic matter identifies the nano-mechanical properties of native soil aggregates. Nanoscale, 10(2), 520-525.
  11. Harper, A., Doerr, S., Santin, C., Froyd, C., & Sinnadurai, P. Prescribed fire and its impacts on ecosystem services in the UK. Science of The Total Environment, 624, 691-703.
  12. Belcher, C., New, S., Santín, C., Doerr, S., Dewhirst, R., Grosvenor, M., & Hudspith, V. What Can Charcoal Reflectance Tell Us About Energy Release in Wildfires and the Properties of Pyrogenic Carbon?. Frontiers in Earth Science, 6
  13. Doerr, S., Santín, C., Merino, A., Belcher, C., & Baxter, G. Fire as a Removal Mechanism of Pyrogenic Carbon From the Environment: Effects of Fire and Pyrogenic Carbon Characteristics. Frontiers in Earth Science, 6
  14. Nunes, J., Doerr, S., Sheridan, G., Neris, J., Santín, C., Emelko, M., Silins, U., Robichaud, P., Elliot, W., & Keizer, J. Assessing water contamination risk from vegetation fires: Challenges, opportunities and a framework for progress. Hydrological Processes, 32(5), 687-694.
  15. Armenise, E., Simmons, R., Ahn, S., Garbout, A., Doerr, S., Mooney, S., Sturrock, C., & Ritz, K. Soil seal development under simulated rainfall: Structural, physical and hydrological dynamics. Journal of Hydrology, 556, 211-219.
  16. Davidson, K., Fowler, M., Skov, M., Doerr, S., Beaumont, N., & Griffin, J. Livestock grazing alters multiple ecosystem properties and services in salt marshes: a meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54(5), 1395-1405.
  17. Neris, J., Doerr, S., Tejedor, M., Jiménez, C., Hernández-Moreno, J., & Neris Tome, J. Using Thermogravimetry as a Simple Tool for Nutrient Assessment in Fire Affected Soils. Land Degradation & Development
  18. Diamantis, V., Pagorogon, L., Gazani, E., Gkiougkis, I., Pechtelidis, A., Pliakas, F., van den Elsen, E., Doerr, S., & Ritsema, C. Use of Clay Dispersed in Water for Decreasing Soil Water Repellency. Land Degradation & Development, 28(1), 328-334.
  19. Santin Nuno, C., Doerr, S., Merino, A., Bucheli, T., Bryant, R., Ascough, P., Gao, X., & Masiello, C. Carbon sequestration potential and physicochemical properties differ between wildfire charcoals and slow-pyrolysis biochars. Scientific Reports, 7(1)
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-10455-2
  20. Urbanek, E. & Doerr, S. CO2 efflux from soils with seasonal water repellency. Biogeosciences, 14(20), 4781-4794.
    https://www.biogeosciences.net/14/4781/2017/
  21. Urbanek, E. & Doerr, S. CO2 efflux from soils with seasonal water repellency. Biogeosciences, 14(20), 4781-4794.
  22. Mastrolonardo, G., Hudspith, V., Francioso, O., Rumpel, C., Montecchio, D., Doerr, S., & Certini, G. Size fractionation as a tool for separating charcoal of different fuel source and recalcitrance in the wildfire ash layer. Science of The Total Environment, 595, 461-471.
  23. Neris, J., Doerr, S., Notario del Pino, J., Arbelo, C., Rodríguez-Rodríguez, A., & Neris Tome, J. Effectiveness of Polyacrylamide, Wood Shred Mulch, and Pine Needle Mulch as Post-Fire Hillslope Stabilization Treatments in Two Contrasting Volcanic Soils. Forests, 8(7), 247
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  24. Nikonovas, T., North, P., & Doerr, S. Particulate emissions from large North American wildfires estimated using a new top-down method. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 17(10), 6423-6438.
  25. Atanassova, I., Hristov, B., Shishkov, T., & Doerr, S. Lipid biomarkers and their environmental significance in mine soils from Eastern Europe. Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science, 1-14.
  26. Hallin, I., Douglas, P., Doerr, S., Matthews, I., Bryant, R., Charbonneau, C., Douglas, P., Doerr, S., & Charbonneau, C. The potential of biochar to remove hydrophobic compounds from model sandy soils. Geoderma, 285, 132-140.
  27. Doerr, S., Santín, C., & Santin Nuno, C. Global trends in wildfire and its impacts: perceptions versus realities in a changing world. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371(1696), 20150345
  28. Neris, J., Santamarta, J., Doerr, S., Prieto, F., Agulló-Pérez, J., García-Villegas, P., Doerr, S., & Neris Tome, J. Post-fire soil hydrology, water erosion and restoration strategies in Andosols: a review of evidence from the Canary Islands (Spain). iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry, 9(4), 583-592.
  29. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Merino, A., Bryant, R., Loader, N., & Santin Nuno, C. Forest floor chemical transformations in a boreal forest fire and their correlations with temperature and heating duration. Geoderma, 264, 71-80.
  30. Atherton, S., Polak, D., Hamlett, C., Shirtcliffe, N., McHale, G., Ahn, S., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., & Newton, M. Drop impact behaviour on alternately hydrophobic and hydrophilic layered bead packs. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 110, 200-208.
  31. Jiménez-Pinilla, P., Doerr, S., Ahn, S., Lozano, E., Mataix-Solera, J., Jordán, A., Zavala, L., Arcenegui, V., & Doerr, S. Effects of relative humidity on the water repellency of fire-affected soils. CATENA, 138, 68-76.
  32. Chafer, C., Sant�n, C., & Doerr, S. Modelling and quantifying the spatial distribution of post-wildfire ash loads. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 25(2), 249
  33. Tinkham, W., Smith, A., Higuera, P., Hatten, J., Brewer, N., & Doerr, S. Replacing time with space: using laboratory fires to explore the effects of repeated burning on black carbon degradation. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 25(2), 242
  34. Davies, G., Kettridge, N., Stoof, C., Gray, A., Marrs, R., Ascoli, D., Fernandes, P., Allen, K., Doerr, S., Clay, G., McMorrow, J., & Vandvik, V. Informed debate on the use of fire for peatland management means acknowledging the complexity of socio-ecological systems. Nature Conservation, 16, 59-77.
  35. Davies, G., Kettridge, N., Stoof, C., Gray, A., Marrs, R., Ascoli, D., Fernandes, P., Allen, K., Doerr, S., Clay, G., McMorrow, J., & Vandvik, V. The peatland vegetation burning debate: keep scientific critique in perspective. A response to Brownet al. and Douglaset al.. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371(1708), 20160434
  36. Doerr, S. & Santin Nuno, C. Fire effects on soils: the human dimension. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371(1696), 20150171
  37. Roos, C., Scott, A., Belcher, C., Chaloner, W., Aylen, J., Bird, R., Coughlan, M., Johnson, B., Johnston, F., McMorrow, J., Steelman, T., & Doerr, S. Living on a flammable planet: interdisciplinary, cross-scalar and varied cultural lessons, prospects and challenges: Table 1.. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371(1696), 20150469
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  38. Dlapa, P., Bodí, M., Mataix-Solera, J., Cerdà, A., & Doerr, S. Organic matter and wettability characteristics of wildfire ash from Mediterranean conifer forests. CATENA, 135, 369-376.
  39. Lourenço, S., Jones, N., Morley, C., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Hysteresis in the Soil Water Retention of a Sand–Clay Mixture with Contact Angles Lower than Ninety Degrees. Vadose Zone Journal, 14(7), 0
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  40. Atanassova, I. & Doerr, S. Hot-water-soluble Carbon and Surface Properties of Water Repellent Soils. Universal Journal of Agricultural Research, 3(5), 165-171.
  41. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Preston, C., & González-Rodríguez, G. Pyrogenic organic matter produced during wildfires can act as a carbon sink - a reply to Billings & Schlesinger (2015). Global Change Biology, n/a-n/a.
  42. Lourenço, S., Wakefield, C., Morley, C., Doerr, S., & Bryant, R. Wettability decay in an oil-contaminated waste-mineral mixture with dry-wet cycles. Environmental Earth Sciences, 74(3), 2563-2569.
  43. Nikonovas, T., North, P., Doerr, S., Doerr, S., & North, P. Smoke aerosol properties and ageing effects for Northern temperate and boreal regions derived from AERONET source and age attribution. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15(5), 6445-6479.
  44. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Otero, X., Chafer, C., Doerr, S., & Santin Nuno, C. Quantity, composition and water contamination potential of ash produced under different wildfire severities. Environmental Research, 142, 297-308.
  45. Hallin, I., Douglas, P., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., Douglas, P., & Doerr, S. The effect of addition of a wettable biochar on soil water repellency. European Journal of Soil Science, 66(6), 1063-1073.
  46. Whelan, A., Kechavarzi, C., Coulon, F., & Doerr, S. Experimental characterization of the impact of temperature and humidity on the breakdown of soil water repellency in sandy soils and composts. Hydrological Processes, 29(8), 2065-2073.
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  47. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Kane, E., Masiello, C., Ohlson, M., Rosa, J., Preston, C., Dittmar, T., & Santin Nuno, C. Towards a global assessment of pyrogenic carbon from vegetation fires. Global Change Biology, 22(1), 76-91.
  48. Mastrolonardo, G., Rumpel, C., Forte, C., Doerr, S., & Certini, G. Abundance and composition of free and aggregate-occluded carbohydrates and lignin in two forest soils as affected by wildfires of different severity. Geoderma, 245-246, 40-51.
  49. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Preston, C., González-Rodríguez, G., & Santin Nuno, C. Pyrogenic organic matter production from wildfires: a missing sink in the global carbon cycle. Global Change Biology, 21(4), 1621-1633.
  50. Neris, J., Doerr, S., Tejedor, M., Jiménez, C., Hernández-Moreno, J., & Neris Tome, J. Thermal analysis as a predictor for hydrological parameters of fire-affected soils. Geoderma, 235-236, 240-249.
  51. Bodí, M., Martin, D., Balfour, V., Santín, C., Doerr, S., Pereira, P., Cerdà, A., Mataix-Solera, J., & Doerr, S. Corrigendum to “Wildland fire ash: Production, composition and eco-hydro-geomorphic effects”, Earth Sci. Rev. 130 (2014) [103–127]. Earth-Science Reviews, 138, 503
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  52. Atanassova, I., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Experimental approaches for analysis of organic compounds in water soluble fractions from hydrophobic soils. Silva Balcanica, 15
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  53. Balfour, V., Doerr, S., & Robichaud, P. The temporal evolution of wildfire ash and implications for post-fire infiltration. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 23(5), 733
  54. Bodí, M., Martin, D., Balfour, V., Santín, C., Doerr, S., Pereira, P., Cerdà, A., & Mataix-Solera, J. Wildland fire ash: Production, composition and eco-hydro-geomorphic effects. Earth-Science Reviews, 130, 103-127.
  55. Meira-Castro, A., Shakesby, R., Espinha Marques, J., Doerr, S., Meixedo, J., Teixeira, J., Chaminé, H., & Doerr, S. Effects of prescribed fire on surface soil in a Pinus pinaster plantation, northern Portugal. Environmental Earth Sciences
  56. Dlapa, P., Bodí, M., Mataix-Solera, J., Cerdà, A., & Doerr, S. Organic matter and wettability characteristics of wildfire ash from Mediterranean conifer forests. CATENA
  57. Thomaz, E., Antoneli, V., & Doerr, S. Effects of fire on the physicochemical properties of soil in a slash-and-burn agriculture. CATENA, 122, 209-215.
  58. Hallin, I., Douglas, P., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., Douglas, P., & Doerr, S. The Role of Drop Volume and Number on Soil Water Repellency Determination. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 77(5), 1732
  59. Mainwaring, K., Hallin, I., Douglas, P., Doerr, S., Morley, C., Douglas, P., & Doerr, S. The role of naturally occurring organic compounds in causing soil water repellency. European Journal of Soil Science, n/a-n/a.
  60. Ahn, S., Doerr, S., Douglas, P., Bryant, R., Hamlett, C., McHale, G., Newton, M., & Shirtcliffe, N. Effects of hydrophobicity on splash erosion of model soil particles by a single water drop impact. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38(11), 1225-1233.
  61. Bodí, M., Muñoz-Santa, I., Armero, C., Doerr, S., Mataix-Solera, J., & Cerdà, A. Spatial and temporal variations of water repellency and probability of its occurrence in calcareous Mediterranean rangeland soils affected by fires. CATENA, 108, 14-25.
  62. Diamantis, V., Pagorogon, L., Gazani, E., Doerr, S., Pliakas, F., & Ritsema, C. Use of olive mill wastewater (OMW) to decrease hydrophobicity in sandy soil. Ecological Engineering, 58, 393-398.
  63. Dlapa, P., Bodí, M., Mataix-Solera, J., Cerdà, A., & Doerr, S. FT-IR spectroscopy reveals that ash water repellency is highly dependent on ash chemical composition. CATENA, 108, 35-43.
  64. Hamlett, C., Atherton, S., Shirtcliffe, N., McHale, G., Ahn, S., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., Newton, M., & Doerr, S. Transitions of water-drop impact behaviour on hydrophobic and hydrophilic particles. European Journal of Soil Science, 64(3), 324-333.
  65. Jordán, A., Zavala, L., Mataix-Solera, J., & Doerr, S. Soil water repellency: Origin, assessment and geomorphological consequences. CATENA, 108, 1-5.
  66. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Preston, C., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Consumption of residual pyrogenic carbon by wildfire. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 22(8), 1072
  67. Santín, C., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Bryant, R., Sheridan, G., Lane, P., Smith, H., Bell, T., & Shakesby, R. Carbon loads, forms and sequestration potential within ash deposits produced by wildfire: new insights from the 2009 ‘Black Saturday’ fires, Australia. European Journal of Forest Research, 131(4), 1245-1253.
  68. Dlapa, P., Bodí, M., Mataix-Solera, J., Cerdà, A., & Doerr, S. FT-IR spectroscopy reveals that ash water repellency is highly dependent on ash chemical composition. CATENA
  69. Bodí, M., Doerr, S., Cerdà, A., & Mataix-Solera, J. Hydrological effects of a layer of vegetation ash on underlying wettable and water repellent soil. Geoderma
  70. Atanassova, I., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Changes in organic compound composition in soil following heating to maximum soil water repellency under anoxic conditions. Environmental Chemistry, 9(4), 369
  71. Bodí, M., Muñoz-Santa, I., Armero, C., Doerr, S., Mataix-Solera, J., & Cerdà, A. Spatial and temporal variations of water repellency and probability of its occurrence in calcareous Mediterranean rangeland soils affected by fires. CATENA
  72. Susan, G., Stefan, D., Richard, H., & Doerr, S. International Journal of Wildland Fire celebrates 20 years of publication. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 21(2), i
  73. Richards, P., Humphreys, G., Tomkins, K., Shakesby, R., Doerr, S., & Shakesby, R. Bioturbation on wildfire-affected southeast Australian hillslopes: Spatial and temporal variation. CATENA, 87(1), 20
  74. Hamlett, C., Shirtcliffe, N., McHale, G., Ahn, S., Bryant, R., Doerr, S., & Newton., M. Effect of Particle Size on Droplet Infiltration into Hydrophobic Porous Media As a Model of Water Repellent Soil. Environmental Science & Technology, 45(22), 9666-9670.
  75. Atanassova, I., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Changes in soil organic compound composition associated with heat-induced increases in soil water repellency. European Journal of Soil Science, 62(4), 516-532.
  76. Bodí, M., Mataix-Solera, J., Doerr, S., & Cerdà, A. The wettability of ash from burned vegetation and its relationship to Mediterranean plant species type, burn severity and total organic carbon content. Geoderma, 160(3-4), 599-607.
  77. Mataix-Solera, J., García-Irles, L., Morugán, A., Doerr, S., Garcia-Orenes, F., Arcenegui, V., Atanassova, I., & Doerr, S. Longevity of soil water repellency in a former wastewater disposal tree stand and potential amelioration. Geoderma, 165(1), 78-83.
  78. Doerr, S., Davies, R., Lewis, A., Pilkington, G., Webb, J., Ackroyd, P., & Bodger, O. Origin and karst geomorphological significance of the enigmatic Australian Nullarbor Plain ‘blowholes’. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 37(3), 253
  79. Urbanek, E., Bodi, M., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., & Shakesby, R. Influence of Initial Water Content on the Wettability of Autoclaved Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 74(6), 2086
  80. Diehl, D., Bayer, J., Woche, S., Bryant, R., Doerr, S., Schaumann, G., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Reaction of soil water repellency to artificially induced changes in soil pH. Geoderma, 158(3-4), 375-384.
  81. Atanassova, I., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Organic compounds of different extractability in total solvent extracts from soils of contrasting water repellency. European Journal of Soil Science, 61(2), 298-313.
  82. Cerdà, A. & Doerr, S. The effect of ant mounds on overland flow and soil erodibility following a wildfire in eastern Spain. Ecohydrology
  83. Cheng, S., Doerr, S., Bryant, R., & Wright, C. Effects of Isopropanol/Ammonia Extraction on Soil Water Repellency as Determined by Atomic Force Microscopy. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 74(5), 1541
  84. Czachor, H., Doerr, S., Lichner, L., & Doerr, S. Water retention of repellent and subcritical repellent soils: New insights from model and experimental investigations. Journal of Hydrology, 380(1-2), 104-111.
  85. Blake, W., Wallbrink, P., Wilkinson, S., Humphreys, G., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Tomkins, K., Shakesby, R., & Doerr, S. Deriving hillslope sediment budgets in wildfire-affected forests using fallout radionuclide tracers. Geomorphology, 104(3-4), 105
  86. Wilkinson, S., Wallbrink, P., Hancock, G., Blake, W., Shakesby, R., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., & Doerr, S. Fallout radionuclide tracers identify a switch in sediment sources and transport-limited sediment yield following wildfire in a eucalypt forest. Geomorphology, 110(3-4), 140
  87. Cheng, S., Bryant, R., Doerr, S., Wright, C., & Williams, P. Investigation of Surface Properties of Soil Particles and Model Materials with Contrasting Hydrophobicity Using Atomic Force Microscopy. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(17), 6500-6506.
  88. Doerr, S., Woods, S., Martin, D., Casimiro, M., & Doerr, S. ‘Natural background’ soil water repellency in conifer forests of the north-western USA: Its prediction and relationship to wildfire occurrence. Journal of Hydrology, 371(1-4), 12-21.
  89. Tomkins, K., Humphreys, G., Gero, A., Shakesby, R., Doerr, S., Wallbrink, P., Blake, W., Shakesby, R., & Doerr, S. Postwildfire hydrological response in an El Niño–Southern Oscillation–dominated environment. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113(F2)
  90. CHENG, S., BRYANT, R., DOERR, S., WILLIAMS, P., WRIGHT, C., Wright, C., & Doerr, S. Application of atomic force microscopy to the study of natural and model soil particles. Journal of Microscopy
  91. Cerdà, A. & Doerr, S. The effect of ash and needle cover on surface runoff and erosion in the immediate post-fire period. CATENA, 74(3), 256-263.
  92. Simkovic, I., Dlapa, P., Doerr, S., Mataix-Solera, J., & Sasinkova, V. Thermal destruction of soil water repellency and associated changes to soil organic matter as observed by FTIR spectroscopy. CATENA, 74(3), 205-211.
  93. Dlapa, P., Simkovic, I., Doerr, S., Simkovic, I., Kanka, R., & Mataix-Solera, J. Application of Thermal Analysis to Elucidate Water-Repellency Changes in Heated Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 72(1), 1
  94. Keizer, J., Doerr, S., Malvar, M., Prats, S., Ferreira, R., Oñate, M., Coelho, C., Ferreira, A., & Doerr, S. Temporal variation in topsoil water repellency in two recently burnt eucalypt stands in north-central Portugal. CATENA, 74(3), 192-204.
  95. Doerr, S., Ritsema, C., Dekker, L., Scott, D., Carter, D., & Doerr, S. Water repellence of soils: new insights and emerging research needs. Hydrological Processes, 21(17), 2223-2228.
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  96. Bryant, R., Doerr, S., Hunt, G., Conan, S., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Effects of soil compaction on soil surface water repellency Soil Use and Management. , 238-244.
  97. Shakesby, R., Wallbrink, P., Doerr, S., English, P., Chafer, C., Humphreys, G., Blake, W., Tomkins, K., Shakesby, R., & Doerr, S. Distinctiveness of wildfire effects on soil erosion in south-east Australian eucalypt forests assessed in a global context. Forest Ecology and Management, 238(1-3), 347
  98. Tomkins, K., Humphreys, G., Wilkinson, M., Fink, D., Hesse, P., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Wallbrink, P., Blake, W., & Doerr, S. Contemporary versus long-term denudation along a passive plate margin: the role of extreme events. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 32(7), 1013-1031.
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  99. Leighton-Boyce, G., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Walsh, R., & Doerr, S. Quantifying the impact of soil water repellency on overland flow generation and erosion: a new approach using rainfall simulation and wetting agent onin situ soil. Hydrological Processes, 21(17), 2337-2345.
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  100. McHale, G., Shirtcliffe, N., Newton, M., Pyatt, F., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Self-organization of hydrophobic soil and granular surfaces. Applied Physics Letters, 90(5), 054110
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  101. William, H., Ian, G., Geoffrey, S., Stefan, H., Richard, A., Peter, J., & Doerr, S. Structural characteristics and behavior of fire-modified soil aggregates. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112(F2)
  102. Keizer, J., Doerr, S., Malvar, M., Ferreira, A., Pereira, V., & Doerr, S. Temporal and spatial variations in topsoil water repellency throughout a crop-rotation cycle on sandy soil in north-central Portugal. Hydrological Processes, 21(17), 2317-2324.
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  103. Douglas, P., Mainwaring, K., Morley, C., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. The kinetics and energetics of transitions between water repellent and wettable soil conditions: a linear free energy analysis of the relationship between WDPT and MED/CST. Hydrological Processes, 21(17), 2248-2254.
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  104. Artemi, C., Stefan, H., & Doerr, S. Soil wettability, runoff and erodibility of major dry-Mediterranean land use types on calcareous soils. Hydrological Processes, 21(17), 2325-2336.
  105. Neil, J., Glen, M., Michael, I., F., B., Stefan, H., & Doerr, S. Critical conditions for the wetting of soils. Applied Physics Letters, 89(9), 094101
  106. Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Blake, W., Chafer, C., Humphreys, G., Wallbrink, P., & Doerr, S. Effects of differing wildfire severities on soil wettability and implications for hydrological response. Journal of Hydrology, 319(1-4), 295-311.
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  107. Blake, W., Wallbrink, P., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Humphreys, G., & Doerr, S. Magnetic enhancement in wildfire-affected soil and its potential for sediment-source ascription. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 31(2), 249-264.
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  108. Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Dekker, L., Ritsema, C., & Doerr, S. Occurrence, prediction and hydrological effects of water repellency amongst major soil and land-use types in a humid temperate climate. European Journal of Soil Science, 57(5), 741-754.
  109. SHAKESBY, R., DOERR, S., Shakesby, R., & Doerr, S. Wildfire as a hydrological and geomorphological agent. Earth-Science Reviews, 74(3-4), 269
  110. Stefan, H., Richard, A., & Doerr, S. Forest fire impacts on catchment hydrology: A critical review. Forest Ecology and Management, 234, S161
  111. Lubomir, L., Pavel, D., Stefan, H., Jorge, M., & Doerr, S. Evaluation of different clay minerals as additives for soil water repellency alleviation. Applied Clay Science, 31(3-4), 238-248.
  112. Xiong, X., Stagnitti, F., Allinson, G., Turoczy, N., Li, P., LeBlanc, M., Cann, M., Doerr, S., Steenhuis, T., Parlange, J., de Rooij, G., Ritsema, C., Dekkerg, L., & Doerr, S. Effects of clay amendment on adsorption and desorption of copper in water repellent soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43(3), 397
  113. Doerr, S., Douglas, P., Evans, R., Morley, C., Mullinger, N., Bryant, R., Shakesby, R., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Effects of heating and post-heating equilibration times on soil water repellency. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43(3), 261
  114. Doerr, S., Llewellyn, C., Douglas, P., Morley, C., Mainwaring, K., Haskins, C., Johnsey, L., Ritsema, C., Stagnitti, F., Allinson, G., Ferreira, A., Keizer, J., Ziogas, A., Diamantisf, J., & Doerr, S. Extraction of compounds associated with water repellency in sandy soils of different origin. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43(3), 225
  115. Doerr, S., Cerdà, A., & Doerr, S. Fire effects on soil system functioning: new insights and future challenges. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 14(4), 339
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  116. Cerdà, A., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Influence of vegetation recovery on soil hydrology and erodibility following fire: an 11-year investigation. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 14(4), 423
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  117. Morley, C., Mainwaring, K., Doerr, S., Douglas, P., Llewellyn, C., Dekker, L., & Doerr, S. Organic compounds at different depths in a sandy soil and their role in water repellency. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43(3), 239
  118. Leighton-Boyce, G., Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Walsh, R., Ferreira, A., Boulet, A., Coelho, C., & Doerr, S. Temporal dynamics of water repellency and soil moisture in eucalypt plantations, Portugal. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43(3), 269
  119. Keizer, J., Ferreira, A., Coelho, C., Doerr, S., Malvar, M., Domingues, C., Perez, I., Ruiz, C., Ferrari, K., & Doerr, S. The role of tree stem proximity in the spatial variability of soil water repellency in a eucalypt plantation in coastal Portugal. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 43(3), 251
  120. Bryant, R., Doerr, S., Helbig, M., Bryant, R., & Doerr, S. Effect of oxygen deprivation on soil hydrophobicity during heating. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 14(4), 449
  121. Doerr, S., Blake, W., Shakesby, R., Stagnitti, F., Vuurens, S., Humphreys, G., Wallbrink, P., & Doerr, S. Heating effects on water repellency in Australian eucalypt forest soils and their value in estimating wildfire soil temperatures. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 13(2), 157
  122. Doerr, S., Moody, J., & Doerr, S. Hydrological effects of soil water repellency: on spatial and temporal uncertainties. Hydrological Processes, 18(4), 829-832.
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  123. Mataix-Solera, J., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Hydrophobicity and aggregate stability in calcareous topsoils from fire-affected pine forests in southeastern Spain. Geoderma, 118(1-2), 77-88.
  124. Mainwaring, K., Morley, C., Doerr, S., Douglas, P., Llewellyn, C., Llewellyn, G., Matthews, I., Stein, B., & Doerr, S. Role of heavy polar organic compounds for water repellency of sandy soils. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 2(1), 35-39.
  125. Llewellyn, C., Doerr, S., Douglas, P., Morley, C., Mainwaring, K., & Doerr, S. Soxhlet extraction of organic compounds associated with soil water repellency. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 2(1), 41-44.
  126. Shakesby, R., Chafer, C., Doerr, S., Blake, W., Wallbrink, P., Humphreys, G., Harrington, B., & Doerr, S. Fire severity, water repellency characteristics and hydrogeomorphological changes following the Christmas 2001 Sydney forest fires. Australian Geographer, 34
  127. Doerr, S., Ferreira, A., Walsh, R., Shakesby, R., Leighton-Boyce, G., Coelho, C., & Doerr, S. Soil water repellency as a potential parameter in rainfall-runoff modelling: experimental evidence at point to catchment scales from Portugal. Hydrological Processes, 17(2), 363-377.
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  128. Shakesby, R., Coelho, C., Schnabel, S., Keizer, J., Clarke, M., Contador, J., Walsh, R., Ferreira, A., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. A ranking methodology for assessing relative erosion risk and its application todehesas andmontados in Spain and Portugal. Land Degradation & Development, 13(2), 129-140.
  129. Dekker, L., Doerr, S., Oostindie, K., Ziogas, A., Ritsema, C., & Doerr, S. Water Repellency and Critical Soil Water Content in a Dune Sand. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 65(6), 1667
  130. Ferreira, A., Coelho, C., Walsh, R., Shakesby, R., Ceballos, A., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Hydrological implications of soil water-repellency in Eucalyptus globulus forests, north-central Portugal. Journal of Hydrology, 231, 165-177.
  131. Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Walsh, R., & Doerr, S. Soil water repellency: its causes, characteristics and hydro-geomorphological significance. Earth-Science Reviews, 51(1-4), 33-65.
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  132. Shakesby, R., Doerr, S., Walsh, R., & Doerr, S. The erosional impact of soil hydrophobicity: current problems and future research directions. Journal of Hydrology, 231-232, 178-191.
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  133. Doerr, S., Thomas, A., & Doerr, S. The role of soil moisture in controlling water repellency: new evidence from forest soils in Portugal. Journal of Hydrology, 231-232, 134-147.
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  134. Doerr, S. & Doerr, S. On standardizing the ‘Water Drop Penetration Time’ and the ‘Molarity of an Ethanol Droplet’ techniques to classify soil hydrophobicity: A case study using medium textured soils. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 23(7), 663-668.
  135. Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Walsh, R., & Doerr, S. SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF SOIL HYDROPHOBICITY IN FIRE-PRONE EUCALYPTUS AND PINE FORESTS, PORTUGAL. Soil Science, 163(4), 313-324.
  136. Doerr, S., Shakesby, R., Walsh, R., & Doerr, S. Soil hydrophobicity variations with depth and particle size fraction in burned and unburned Eucalyptus globulus and Pinus pinaster forest terrain in the Águeda Basin, Portugal. CATENA, 27(1), 25-47.

Books

  1. Ferreira, A., Coelho, C., Walsh, R., Shakesby, R., Ceballos, A., Doerr, S., & Doerr, S. Soil Water Repellency

Other Research Outputs

  1. Irena, D., Stefan, H., Gary, L., & Doerr, S. Hot-Water-Soluble Organic Compounds Related to Hydrophobicity in Sandy SoilsChapter 14Springer International Publishing
  2. Stefan, H., Richard, A., & Doerr, S. Fire and the Land SurfaceJohn Wiley & Sons
  3. Sérgio, D., Clare, F., Robert, B., Stefan, H., Christopher, P., & Doerr, S. Wettability Assessment of an Oil Coated SoilChapter 52Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  4. Stefan, D., Richard, S., Lee, M., & Doerr, S. Soil Water RepellencyScience Publishers
  5. Peter, L., Patricia, A., Jim, C., Stefan, D., Samantha, S., Fiona, F., & Doerr, S. Cave development on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, MexicoGeological Society of America
  6. Stefan, H., Coen, J., & Doerr, S. Water Movement in Hydrophobic Soils