Hydrological modelling of changes in the water balance due to the impact of woody biomass production in the North German Plain

@article{Hartwich2016HydrologicalMO,
  title={Hydrological modelling of changes in the water balance due to the impact of woody biomass production in the North German Plain},
  author={Jens Hartwich and M. Schmidt and J. B{\"o}lscher and Christian Reinhardt-Imjela and D. Murach and A. Schulte},
  journal={Environmental Earth Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={75},
  pages={1-17}
}
  • Jens Hartwich, M. Schmidt, +3 authors A. Schulte
  • Published 2016
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Earth Sciences
  • Several studies have implied that cultivation of willow and poplar short-rotation coppices influence the area’s water balance. Due to the high density of sites suitable for SRCs in the Northern German Plain, this study focusses on four different model areas representative of the climatic, soil, and morphological heterogeneity of this landscape. The river basins selected for the study are the Ems, Treene, Aland, and Uecker–Randow–Welse basins. The water balance modelling was performed with the… CONTINUE READING
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