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The Importance of Natural Watershed Hydrology and How to Advance it in Urban Areas

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Title The Importance of Natural Watershed Hydrology and How to Advance it in Urban Areas
Creator Horner, Richard
Subject forest hydrology soil-plant interactions soil urban runoff stormwater management runoff water pollution urban forestry water urban soils pollution control
Description Richard Horner will describe the elements of Pacific Northwest forest hydrology: trees and soils. He will contrast this to urban hydrology, where the hydrologic services of trees and soils are lost. He will describe the impacts of urban hydrology on streams and aquatic life. Solutions will be presented to alleviate urban impacts. Finally, Horner will describe more advanced watershed analysis techniques.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-03-25T22:52:56Z 2011-03-25T22:52:56Z 2009-11-17
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16410
Language en_US

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