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Subsurface pipeflow dynamics of north-coastal California swale systemsAuthor(s): Robert R. Ziemer; Jeffrey S. Albright
Source: In: R. Beschta, T. Blinn, G. E. Grant, F. J. Swanson, and G. G. Ice (ed.), Erosion and Sedimentation in the Pacific Rim (Proceedings of the Corvallis Symposium, August, 1987). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication No. 165. Wallingford, UK; 71-80.
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DescriptionAbstract - Pipeflow dynamics are being studied at Caspar Creek Experimental Watershed in north-coastal California near Ft. Bragg. Pipes have been observed at depths to 2 m within trenched swales and at the heads of gullied channels in small (0.8 to 2 ha) headwater drainages. Digital data loggers connected to pressure transducers monitor discharge using calibrated standpipes. During storms, pipeflow up to 8 l s-1 has been measured, while, within the same swales, no surface channel flow occurred. Pipeflow discharge has been correlated with antecedent precipitation
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CitationZiemer, Robert R.; Albright, Jeffrey S. 1987. Subsurface pipeflow dynamics of north-coastal California swale systems. In: R. Beschta, T. Blinn, G. E. Grant, F. J. Swanson, and G. G. Ice (ed.), Erosion and Sedimentation in the Pacific Rim (Proceedings of the Corvallis Symposium, August, 1987). International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication No. 165. Wallingford, UK; 71-80.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, pipeflow, swales, subsurface erosion, precipitatio
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