--------------. . . Interdependence of Groundwater , Riparian Vegetation , and Streambank Stability : A Case Study

@inproceedings{Groeneveld2009,
  title={--------------. . . Interdependence of Groundwater , Riparian Vegetation , and Streambank Stability : A Case Study},
  author={David P. Groeneveld and Thomas E. Griepentrog},
  year={2009}
}
Groundwater is closely coupled with stream­ flow to maintain water supply to riparian vegetation, parti­ cularly where precipitation is seasonal. A case study is presented where Mediterranean climate and groundwater extraction are linked with the decline of riparian vegeta­ tion and subsequent severe bank erosion on the Carmel River in Carmel Valley, California. 

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