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2005

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Buttle, J. M., Creed, I. F., and Moore, R. D., 2005, Advances in Canadian forest hydrology, 1999-2003: Hydrological Processes, v. 19, no. 1, p. 169-200.

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Understanding key hydrological processes and properties is critical to sustaining the ecological, economic, social and cultural roles of Canada's varied forest types. This review examines recent progress in studying the hydrology of Canada's forest landscapes. Work in some areas, such as snow interception, accumulation and melt under forest cover, has led to modelling tools that can be readily applied for operational purposes. Our understanding in other areas, such as the link between runoff-generating processes in different forest landscapes and hydrochemical fluxes to receiving waters, is much more tentative. The 1999?2003 period saw considerable research examining hydrological and biogeochemical responses to natural and anthropogenic [...]

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DOI http://sciencebase.gov/vocab/identifierScheme 10.1002/hyp.5773
ISSN http://sciencebase.gov/vocab/identifierScheme 1099-1085

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