Regional Frameworks Applied to Hydrology : Can Landscape ‐ Based Frameworks Capture the Hydrologic Variability ?

@inproceedings{McManamay2011RegionalFA,
  title={Regional Frameworks Applied to Hydrology : Can Landscape ‐ Based Frameworks Capture the Hydrologic Variability ?},
  author={Ryan A McManamay and Donald J. Orth and C. A. DOLLOFFb and E. A. FRIMPONGa},
  year={2011}
}
Regional frameworks have been used extensively in recent years to aid in broad‐scale management. Widely used landscape‐based regional frameworks, such as hydrologic landscape regions (HLRs) and physiographic provinces, may provide predictive tools of hydrologic variability. However, hydrologic‐based regional frameworks, created using only streamflow data, are also available and have been created at various scales; thus, relating frameworks that share a common purpose can be informative. In… CONTINUE READING