Watershed Review: v.2:no.4(2005)
Center for Water & Watershed Studies
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Articles include: Declining Mountain Snowpack in the Western U.S.; Thesis and Dissertation Abstracts: Riparian buffer function with respect to nitrogen transformation and temperature, Particulate phosphorus bioavailability as a function of stream flow and land cover, Nutrient and biological responses to red alder (Alnus rubra) presence along head-water streams; Snapshot of Research: Virtual mission stage I: implications of a spaceborne surface water mission, Exploring the roles of climate and land surface changes on the variability of pan-Arctic river discharge, The ecological consequences of knotweed invasion into riparian areas, Bedload transport: collaborative field and flume studies using tracer stones.
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