Hydrologic processes and peak discharge response to forest removal, regrowth, and roads in 10 small experimental basins, western Cascades, Oregon

Hydrologic processes and peak discharge response to forest removal, regrowth, and roads in 10 small experimental basins, western Cascades, Oregon

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Jones, J. 2000. Hydrologic processes and peak discharge response to forest removal, regrowth, and roads in 10 small experimental basins, western Cascades, Oregon. Water Resources Research. Wiley Online Library. Volume 36, Number 9. Pages 2621-2642

forest, hydrology, impervious, Forest Cover, Trees, Rainfall

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2000WR900105/pdf

This study analyzes the effects of forest and impervious cover on hydrologic processes in the western Cascade Range of Oregon in order to show that the responses of small basins to forestry treatments are consistent with water balance concepts.

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