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Forests or floods?Author(s): Tim Burt; Wayne Swank
Source: Geography Review. 15 (5): 37-41.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis article shows how experiments at the Coweeta Hydorlogic Laboratory is North Carolina have deepened our understanding at the ways in which forested catchments respond to land use change. Drainage-basin hydrology is a popular topic, often at AS. Human impact on stream discharge as a result of changes in vegetation cover is an important theme.
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CitationBurt, Tim; Swank, Wayne. 2002. Forests or floods?. Geography Review. 15 (5): 37-41.
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