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Main range watershed yields five times as much water as produced by a Front Range watershedAuthor(s): C. H. Niederhof
Source: Rocky Mountain Region Bulletin. 25(4): 4-5.
Publication Series: Bulletin
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionDuring 1939, stream-gaging stations were built to measure water yields from typical watersheds on the Manitou Experimental Forest in the Front Range (Missouri Gulch) and on the Fraser Experimental Forest in the Main Range (Fool Creek).
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CitationNiederhof, C. H. 1942. Main range watershed yields five times as much water as produced by a Front Range watershed. Rocky Mountain Region Bulletin. 25(4): 4-5.
Keywordswatershed, precipitation, water yields, hydrology
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