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Seepage investigation of an area at and near Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, March through August 1993
Spatial study of the relationships between streamwater acidity and geology, soils and relief (Vosges, northeastern France)
Hydrograph-separation results for 225 streams in the Chesapeake Bay watershed derived by using PART, HYSEP (Fixed, Local minimum, Slide), BFI, and a Recursive Digital Filter with streamflow data ranging from 1913 through 2016
This U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) data release contains daily-mean streamflow and estimated-daily base flow for 225 streamgages in the Chesapeake Bay watershed ranging from 1913 to 2016 (beginning and end dates may vary). There is a table containing hydrograph-separation results by six methods for 225 sites (Hydrograph_separation_results_for_225_streams_in_the_Chesapeake_Bay_watershed) and a summary table with hydrograph-separation results for each site and method (Hydrograph_separation_summary_for_225_streams_in_the_Chesapeake_Bay_watershed). Quantitative estimates of base flow are necessary to address questions of the vulnerability and response of aquatic ecosystems to natural and human-induced change in environmental...
Scales of observation of riparian forests and distributions of suspended detritus in a prairie river
Comparison of methods for calculating annual solute exports from six forested Appalachian watersheds
Note: The contents of this map are still under development and are being made available for illustration purposes only. These data are not to be used without permission by the map author. Risk of altered ecologically significant components of the flow regime due to human impacts. The SARP Flow Alteration Assessment provides a regional characterization of the distribution and risk of altered flow regimes at the NHDPlus segment scale. The human impacts include runoff from impervious surfaces, evaporative losses from artificial water bodies, and surface water use. Impacts of these activities on selected ecologically significant components of the flow regime are given in the attached document. These flow components...
Aufeis of the Firth River Basin, Northern Yukon, Canada: Insights into permafrost hydrogeology and karst
Nitrogen efflux in a small forested catchment influenced by discharge rate and soil temperature. Studies on nutrient effluence from a small forested catchment (Part 1)