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Some runoff characteristics of a small forested watershed in northern IdahoAuthor(s): A. R. Stage
Source: Northwest Science. 31(1): 14-27.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Intermountain Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionBenton Creek on the Priest River Experimental Forest, Idaho, is one of the few gauged streams flowing from a small, forested watershed in the northern Rocky Mountains, a region of summer drought and heavy winter snows. Over sixteen years of streamflow records from this watershed are summarized here to characterize the runoff from such a stream. The streamgauging station was installed in 1938 under the direction of Harry T. Gisborne of the Northern Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station as a part of a broad investigation of the many factors which might influence fire clanger.
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CitationStage, A. R. 1957. Some runoff characteristics of a small forested watershed in northern Idaho. Northwest Science. 31(1): 14-27.
KeywordsBenton Creek, Priest River Experimental Forest, streamgauging, runoff, forested watershed
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