Hydrologic budget of the Beaverdam Creek basin, Maryland

@inproceedings{Rasmussen1959HydrologicBO,
  title={Hydrologic budget of the Beaverdam Creek basin, Maryland},
  author={William Charles Rasmussen and Gordon E. Andreasen},
  year={1959}
}
A hydrologic budget is a statement accounting for the water gains and losses for selected periods in an area. Weekly measurements of precipitation, streamflow, surface-water storage, ground-water stage, and soil resistivity were made during a 2-year period, April 1,1950, to March 28,1952, in the Beaverdam Creek basin, Wicomico County, Md. The hydrologic measurements are summarized in two budgets, a total budget and a ground-water budget, and in supporting tables and graphs. The results of the… CONTINUE READING

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