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Interactions between vegetation and water yield in Tasmanian highland catchment

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Edwards, IJ (1973) Interactions between vegetation and water yield in Tasmanian highland catchment. PhD thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

A hydrological study has been made of the effects of vegetation
on water yield in the Central Plateau catchments of Tasmania. The
analysis has measured the efficiency of highland vegetation in straining
out small diameter water droplets, both liquid and frozen, that
prevail in low cloud, mist and fog., Run-off from experimental bas been compared with fog deposits in gauges built to quantify the
potential importance of small diameter droplets over large areas.
Evapotranspiration losses of water have been examined, and the effect
of a severe fire on run-off has been analysed.

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Date Deposited: 14 Jan 2013 23:43
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