Some aspects of the hydroclimatology of the Quesnel River Basin, British Columbia, Canada

@inproceedings{Burford2009SomeAO,
  title={Some aspects of the hydroclimatology of the Quesnel River Basin, British Columbia, Canada},
  author={Jason E. Burford and Stephen J. Dery and Richard D. Holmes},
  year={2009}
}
In conjunction with available climate data, surface runoff is investigated at 12 gauges in the Quesnel watershed of British Columbia to develop its longterm (1926–2004) hydroclimatology. At Quesnel itself, annual mean values of air temperature, precipitation and runoff are 4·6 °C, 517 and 648 mm, respectively. Climate data reveal increases in precipitation, no significant trend in mean annual air temperature, but an increasing trend in mean minimum temperatures that is greatest in winter. There… CONTINUE READING

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