Climate-vegetation-soil interactions and long-term hydrologic partitioning : signatures of catchment co-evolution

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Budyko (1974) postulated that long-term catchment water balance is controlled to first order by the available water and energy. This leads to the interesting question of how do landscape characteristics (soils, geology, vegetation) and climate properties (precipitation, potential evaporation, number of wet and dry days) interact at the catchment scale to… (More)

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