Seasonal climatic effects on the hydrology of a rain garden

@article{Muthanna2008SeasonalCE,
  title={Seasonal climatic effects on the hydrology of a rain garden},
  author={Tone Merete Muthanna and Maria Viklander and Sveinn T. Thorolfsson},
  journal={Hydrological Processes},
  year={2008},
  volume={22}
}
This paper evaluates the performance and winter hydrology of two small‐scale rain gardens in a cold climate coastal area in Trondheim, Norway. One rain garden received runoff from a small residential watershed over a 20 month study period while the second rain garden with a shorter study period of 7 months was used as a control. The objective of the study was to investigate the extent to which cold climatic conditions would influence the hydrology and performance of the rain gardens. The… 

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