Relative impact of anthropogenic modifications versus climate change on the natural flow regimes of rivers in the Northern Rocky Mountains, United States: FLOW ALTERATIONS IN THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS

@inproceedings{Arrigoni2010RelativeIO,
  title={Relative impact of anthropogenic modifications versus climate change on the natural flow regimes of rivers in the Northern Rocky Mountains, United States: FLOW ALTERATIONS IN THE NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS},
  author={Alicia S. Arrigoni and Mark C. Greenwood and Johnnie N. Moore},
  year={2010}
}
[1] We studied discharge data from stream gauges located in natural and anthropogenically modified river basins of the Northern Rocky Mountains over 59 years. We applied linear and nonlinear models to the data to determine what, if any, alterations have occurred in the annual flow regimes. By comparing the different results from the natural and anthropogenically modified river basins, we were able to distinguish the impacts that climate change and anthropogenic modifications have had on flow… CONTINUE READING

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