The Magnitude and Regional Distribution of Water Losses Influenced by Vegetation
Abstract:The fact that forest and other vegetation cause or influence losses of water from soil and eventually from streams is well-known, but the magnitude of those losses in the different forest regions has been less known than its importance would justify. With information now available, these losses can be evaluated for the United States, and it seems worth while to contribute something to an understanding of their amount and distribution.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Division of Forestry, University of California
Publication date: August 1, 1938
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