Evaluating Key Watershed Components of Low Flow Regimes in New England Streams

Evaluating Key Watershed Components of Low Flow Regimes in New England Streams

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Morrison, A., Gold, A., Pelletier, M. 2016. Evaluating Key Watershed Components of Low Flow Regimes in New England Streams. Journal of Environmental Quality. Volume 45, Number 3. Pages 1021-1028

baseflow, hydrology, stormflow, stream, watershed, Streamflow, Land Use

https://dl.sciencesocieties.org/publications/jeq/abstracts/45/3/1021

The researchers in this study assessed the relationships between watershed variables and a set of low flow parameters like percent stratified drift, mean elevation, drainage area, and mean August precipitation.

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