Effects of juniper and pinyon eradication on streamflow from Corduroy Creek basin, Arizona

@inproceedings{Collings1966EffectsOJ,
  title={Effects of juniper and pinyon eradication on streamflow from Corduroy Creek basin, Arizona},
  author={Miller R. Collings and Robert M. Myrick},
  year={1966}
}
_________________________________________ _ Introduction ______________________________________ _ Description of areas ________________________________ _ Corduroy Creek basin __________________________ _ Carrizo Creek basin ____________________________ _ Streamflow ____________________________________ _ Modification program ______________________________ _ Hydrologic analysis ________________________________ _ Discussion ________________________________________ _ Page B1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 8… 

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