SEASONAL ISOTOPE HYDROLOGY OF THREE APPALACHIAN FOREST CATCHMENTS

@inproceedings{Dewalle1997SEASONALIH,
  title={SEASONAL ISOTOPE HYDROLOGY OF THREE APPALACHIAN FOREST CATCHMENTS},
  author={David R. Dewalle and Pamela J. Edwards and Bryan R. Swistock and Ram{\'o}n Aravena and Robert J Drimmie},
  year={1997}
}
Seasonal oxygen-18 variations in precipitation, throughfall, soil water, spring flow and stream baseflow were analysed to compare the hydrology of two forested basins in West Virginia (WV) (34 and 39 ha) and one in Pennsylvania (PA) (1134 ha). Precipitation and throughfall were measured with funnel/bottle samplers, soil water with ceramic-cup suction lysimeters and spring flow/baseflows by grab and automatic sampling during the period March 1989 to March 1990. Isotopic damping depths, or depths… CONTINUE READING

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