GIS-Based Hydrologic Modeling of Riparian Areas: Implications for Stream Water Quality

GIS-Based Hydrologic Modeling of Riparian Areas: Implications for Stream Water Quality

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Baker, M. E., Wiley, M. J., Seelbach, P. W. 2001. GIS-Based Hydrologic Modeling of Riparian Areas: Implications for Stream Water Quality. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. American Water Resources Association. Volume 37, Number 6. Pages 1615-1628

GIS, Hydrology, Management, Model, Nutrients, Riparian buffer, Vegetation, Wetlands, Riparian, Mapping

This study compares several terrain-based GIS models for predicting shallow, subsurface flux and riparian hydrology. The predicted riparian hydrology was then linked to nutrient export patterns.

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