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Logging effects on streamflow: storm runoff at Caspar Creek in northwestern CaliforniaAuthor(s): Kenneth A. Wright; Sendek Karen H.; Raymond M. Rice; Robert B. Thomas
Source: Water Resources Research 26(7): 1657-1667.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis paper reports a study to determine whether road building and selective harvesting at Caspar Creek in northwestern California increased total storm volumes, quick flow volumes, or peak flows or altered the lag times
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CitationWright, Kenneth A.; Sendek Karen H.; Rice, Raymond M.; Thomas, Robert B. 1990. Logging effects on streamflow: storm runoff at Caspar Creek in northwestern California. Water Resources Research 26(7): 1657-1667.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, watershed, streamflow, road building, selective harvestin
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