Solute pathways in a forested ecosystem: a drainage basin approach


Carter, A.D. (1983) Solute pathways in a forested ecosystem: a drainage basin approach. Unpublished Thesis. Coventry, UK: Coventry University


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The project sought to identify direct links between calculated hillslope solute fluxes and input/output budgets in a forested drainage basin in in the United Kingdom. An intensive, short term montoring and data collection programme was devised in order to quantify the major components of the hillslope hydrological cycle, the seasonal changes in overstorey and understorey biomass, and the chemical composition of ecologically and pedalogically derived samples.



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Item TypeThesis
TitleSolute pathways in a forested ecosystem: a drainage basin approach
Authors Carter, A.D. (profile-link for )
Uncontrolled Keywordsforest ecosystems, hydrological cycle, drainage basin
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Subject Headings
Hydogeology
Forest ecology
Departments Business, Environment and Society/Sustainable Drainage Applied Research Group
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Deposited on 11-Mar-2013 in Research - Coventry.
Last modified on 25-Nov-2016

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