Groundwater recharge in Wisconsin--Annual estimates for 1970-99 using streamflow data

@inproceedings{Gebert2011GroundwaterRI,
  title={Groundwater recharge in Wisconsin--Annual estimates for 1970-99 using streamflow data},
  author={Warren A. Gebert and John F. Walker and Randall J. Hunt},
  year={2011}
}
The groundwater component of streamflow is important because it is indicative of the sustained flow of a stream during dry periods, is often of better quality, and has a smaller range of temperatures, than surface contributions to streamflow. All three of these characteristics are important to the health of aquatic life in a stream. If recharge to the aquifers is to be preserved or enhanced, it is important to understand the present partitioning of total streamflow into base flow and stormflow… CONTINUE READING

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