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Effects of Brush Management on Water Resources

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Title Effects of Brush Management on Water Resources
Description For several decades, land managers have cleared brush species, such as mesquite and juniper (cedar), and observed increases in spring and streamflows. Scientists have also conducted numerous studies in which they have measured the effects of brush removal on different aspects of rangeland hydrology. These include the amount of rainfall that is intercepted and held by the plant leaves, surface runoff, spring flow, water use by individual plants and plant communities, fluctuation of shallow...
Date 2009-01-12T19:31:17Z 2009-01-12T19:31:17Z 2008-11
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/86129
Language en_US
Relation TR;338
Publisher Texas Water Resources Institute

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