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Analysis of Long-Term Climate and Streamflow Records from USFS and other Experimental Watersheds

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2010

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Understand climate variability and how legacies of land use (including vegetation succession following natural and human disturbance) independently and interactively influence streamflow. Longer range plan is to understand these phenomena in headwaters vs. downstream areas close to population centers.

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typeObjectives
valueUnderstand climate variability and how legacies of land use (including vegetation succession following natural and human disturbance) independently and interactively influence streamflow. Longer range plan is to understand these phenomena in headwaters vs. downstream areas close to population centers.

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Added to ScienceBase on Thu Aug 08 15:32:50 MDT 2013 by processing file <b>USFS_5August13.xlsx</b>
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agendas
nameNorthwest CSC Agenda
themes
nameClimate Science & Modeling
number1
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nameResponse of Physical Systems to Climate Change
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atrue
nameResponse of Biological Systems to Climate Change
number3
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nameVulnerability and Adaptation
number4
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nameMonitoring and Observation Systems
number5
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nameData, Infrastructure, Analysis, and Modeling
number6
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nameCommunication of Science Findings
number7
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urlhttp://www.doi.gov/csc/northwest/upload/NW-CSC-Science-Agenda-2012-2015.pdf

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