Snow‐fed streamflow timing at different basin scales: Case study of the Tuolumne River above Hetch Hetchy, Yosemite, California

@article{Lundquist2005SnowfedST,
  title={Snow‐fed streamflow timing at different basin scales: Case study of the Tuolumne River above Hetch Hetchy, Yosemite, California},
  author={Jessica D. Lundquist and M. Dettinger and D. Cayan},
  journal={Water Resources Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={41},
  pages={1-14}
}
  • Jessica D. Lundquist, M. Dettinger, D. Cayan
  • Published 2005
  • Geology
  • Water Resources Research
  • [1] Diurnal cycles in snow-fed streams provide a useful technique for measuring the time it takes water to travel from the top of the snowpack, where snowmelt typically peaks in the afternoon, to the river gauge, where the daily maximum flows may arrive many hours later. Hourly stage measurements in nested subbasins (6-775 km2) of the Tuolumne River in Yosemite National Park illustrate travel time delays at different basin scales during the spring 2002 and 2003 melt seasons. Travel times… CONTINUE READING

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