The association between climate teleconnection indices and Upper Klamath seasonal streamflow : Trans-Niño Index

@inproceedings{Kennedy2009TheAB,
  title={The association between climate teleconnection indices and Upper Klamath seasonal streamflow : Trans-Ni{\~n}o Index},
  author={Adam M. Kennedy and David C. Garen and R. W. C. Koch},
  year={2009}
}
This research investigates large-scale climate features affecting inter-annual hydrologic variability of streams flowing into Upper Klamath Lake (UKL), Oregon, USA. UKL is an arid, mountainous basin located in the rain shadow east of the crest of the Cascade Mountains in the northwestern United States. Developing accurate statistical models for predicting spring and summer seasonal streamflow volumes for UKL is difficult because the basin has complex hydrology and a high degree of topographic… CONTINUE READING

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