Long ‐ term snow , climate , and streamflow trends at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed , Owyhee Mountains , Idaho , United States

@inproceedings{Nayak2010LongT,
  title={Long ‐ term snow , climate , and streamflow trends at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed , Owyhee Mountains , Idaho , United States},
  author={Aradhana Nayak and Danny Marks and David G. Chandler and Mark Seyfried},
  year={2010}
}
[1] Forty‐five water years (1962–2006) of carefully measured temperature, precipitation, snow, and streamflow data for valley bottom, midelevation, and high‐elevation sites within the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, located in the state of Idaho, United States, were analyzed to evaluate the extent and magnitude of the impact of climate warming on the hydrology and related resources in the interior northwestern United States. This analysis shows significant trends of increasing… CONTINUE READING
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