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Comparing bedload conditions in the Cascabel watersheds, Coronado National ForestAuthor(s): Karen A. Koestner; Daniel G. Neary; Gerald J. Gottfried
Source: In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 38: 33-40.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionOak savannas and woodlands are a significant ecosystem type of the Southwestern Borderlands spanning approximately 800,000 km2 (31,000 mi2). However, there is little hydrologic data available to aid in the informed management of these lands (Gottfried and others 2001). Therefore, an ecosystem-scale experimental watershed study was established to study the hydrology and ecology of southwestern oak savannas, as well as evaluate the effects of cool and warm season prescribed fires on multiple ecosystem components.
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CitationKoestner, Karen A.; Neary, Daniel G.; Gottfried, Gerald J. 2008. Comparing bedload conditions in the Cascabel watersheds, Coronado National Forest. In: Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest. 38: 33-40.
Keywordsbedload conditions, Cascabel watersheds, Coronado National Forest, oak savannas, watershed study
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