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Katya Rakhmatulina collects data at a "shrub" weather station. (Photos by Adam Lau / Berkeley Engineering)
Water gushes through Illilouette Creek in Yosemite National Park.
Katya Rakhmatulina's collects data on the impact of wildfires in Illilouette Basin.
A burned treeline, left over from summer 2018's Ferguson Fire.
Katya Rakhmatulina preps timelapse cameras to deploy in the Illilouette Creek Basin.
Colorful plants spring up around the charred remains of trees scorched in the past summer's Ferguson Fire.
Graduate students hike through the Illilouette Creek Basin.
Katya Rakhmatulina straps a time-lapse camera to a tree overlooking a wetland.
Katya Rakhmatulina deploys equipment near a weather station.
A colorful plant grows near a charred log scorched in the past summer's Ferguson Fire.
Jolene Bertetto hikes through the Illilouette Creek Basin.
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