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Ground water and small research basins: an historical perspectiveAuthor(s): Elon S. Verry
Source: Ground Water. 41(7): 1005-1007.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionScientists have been studying hydrological processes within a watershed context for hundreds of years. Throughout much of that history, little attention was paid to the significance of ground water; in nearly all early studies, ground water was never considered. In many recent studies, ground water fluxes are assumed to be insignificantly small. The following is a brief history of the evolution of watershed studies, including the recent increase in interest regarding the influence of ground water on the hydrology and geochemistry of research watersheds.
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CitationVerry, Elon S. 2003. Ground water and small research basins: an historical perspective. Ground Water. 41(7): 1005-1007.
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