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Water sustainability and watershed storageAuthor(s): J. J. McDonnell; J. Evaristo; K. D. Bladon; J. Buttle; I. F. Creed; S. F. Dymond; Gordon Grant; A. Iroume; C. R. Jackson; J. A. Jones; T. Maness; K. J. McGuire; D. F. Scott; C. Segura; R. C. Sidle; C. Tague
Source: Nature Sustainability. 1(8): 378-379.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionThe paired watershed approach is the most popular tool for quantifying the effects of forest watershed management on water sustainability. But this approach does not often address the critical factor of water stored in the landscape. Future work needs to quantify storage in paired watershed studies to inform sustainable water management.
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CitationMcDonnell, J. J.; Evaristo, J.; Bladon, K. D.; Buttle, J.; Creed, I. F.; Dymond, S. F.; Grant, G.; Iroume, A.; Jackson, C. R.; Jones, J. A.; Maness, T.; McGuire, K. J.; Scott, D. F.; Segura, C.; Sidle, R. C.; Tague, C. 2018. Water sustainability and watershed storage. Nature Sustainability. 1(8): 378-379. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-018-0099-8.
KeywordsHydrologic processes, water balance, experimental watershed studies.
- Hydrological responses to changes in forest cover on uplands and peatlands. Chapter 13.
- Hydrologic calibration of paired watersheds using a MOSUM approach
- Response and recovery of water yield and timing, stream sediment, abiotic parameters, and stream chemistry following logging
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