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Hursh CR and Brater EF (1941) separating storm-hydrographs from small drainage-areas into surface- and subsurface-flow. Transactions, American Geophysical Union 22:863-871Author(s): T.P. Burt; W.T. Swank
Source: Progress in Physical Geography 1-8
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory was established in 1934 (originally known as the ‘Coweeta Experimental Forest’). A symposium to celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2009 was an opportunity to acknowledge that some of the world’s most important long-term research in forest hydrology and ecology has been conducted there (Swank and Vose, 2009).
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CitationBurt, T.P.; Swank, W.T. 2010. Hursh CR and Brater EF (1941) separating storm-hydrographs from small drainage-areas into surface- and subsurface-flow. Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 22: 863-871. Progress in Physical Geography 1-8.
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