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Post-fire stream channel processes: Changes in runoff rates, sediment delivery across spatial scales, and mitigation effectiveness
Wildfires dramatically affect hydrologic processes including runoff and erosion, which in turn can impact society. Disturbance by fire creates ecosystem heterogeneity, prompting many species to adapt to fire cycles. Human ...
Channel Routing Using Discrete Hayami Convolution Method with Applications to the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) Model
The primary goal of this research was to evaluate different channel routing methods that are suitable for watershed modeling and to develop channel routing routines that can be incorporated into typical watershed models. ...
EFFECTS OF FOREST MANAGEMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLES ON FOREST HYDROLOGY IN SMALL PACIFIC NORTHWEST WATERSHEDS
Alteration of the tree canopy cover can substantially influence the hydrologic processes in forest watersheds. Human interventions, via forest harvest or natural disturbances, such as wildfires, are common in the US forests. ...
MODELING HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSESS IN THREE MOUNTAINOUS WATERSHEDS IN THE U.S. PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Assessment of water yield from mountainous watersheds is critical for managing aquatic life while meeting downstream water supply demands. Baseflow plays a key role in regulating the streamflow during low-flow periods. ...