Memory effects of depressional storage in Northern Prairie hydrology

@inproceedings{Shook2011MemoryEO,
  title={Memory effects of depressional storage in Northern Prairie hydrology},
  author={Kevin R. Shook and John W. Pomeroy},
  year={2011}
}
The hydrography of the Prairies of western Canada and the north-central United States is characterized by drainage into small depressions, forming wetlands rather than being connected to a large-scale drainage system. In droughts, many of these water bodies completely dry up, while in wet periods, their expansion can cause infrastructure damage. As wetlands expand and contract with changing water levels, connections among them are formed and broken. The change in hydrographic connectivity… CONTINUE READING

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