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Cover for Hydrological processes of reference watersheds in experimental forests, USA.

This chapter provides an overview and comparison of factors influencing hydrological processes, especially stream flow dynamics and evapotranspiration, at ten relatively undisturbed reference watersheds in the USDA-EFR network. The chapter demonstrates the breadth of the hydrogeological,...

Author(s)
Amatya, D. M.; Campbell, J.; Wohlgemuth, P.; Elder, K.; Sebestyen, S.; Johnson, S.; Keppeler, E.; Adams, M. B.; Caldwell, P.; Misra, D.
ISBN
2016 CABI (H ISBN 9781780646602)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for A model for water-limited conditions.

This chapter describes a simulation model for crop response to water stress that integrates submodels on various crop (phenology, leaf area index and dry matter production) and soil water (available soil water at sowing, cumulative rainfall during the growing season, cumulative irrigation,...

Author(s)
Soltani, A.; Sinclair, T. R.
ISBN
2012 CABI (H ISBN 9781845939700)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Application of the WEPP model to some Austrian watersheds.

This study aims to evaluate the performance of the hillslope and watershed version of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) model by comparing measured with simulated amounts of runoff and soil loss/sediment yield. The predictive capability was investigated for two spatial scales: for natural ...

Author(s)
Klik, A.; Hardan, K.; Nachtnebel, H. P.
ISBN
2011 CAB International (H ISBN 9781845937973)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Potential effects of environmental change on landslide hazards in forest environments.

The interactive roles of the natural factors that contribute to landslide initiation and potential climate changes are complex. Additional complexity is added when changing forest land uses are considered. Thus, while it is impossible to ascertain specific patterns of landslide response to possible ...

Author(s)
Sidle, R. C.; Dhakal, A. S.
ISBN
2002 CABI Publishing (H ISBN 0851995985)
Type
Book chapter

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