Ponderosa pine forests are a dominant land cover type in semiarid montane areas. Water supplies in major rivers of the southwestern United States depend on ponderosa pine forests since these ecosystems: (1) receive a significant amount of rainfall and snowfall, (2) intercept precipitation and transpire water, and (3) indirectly influence runoff by impacting the infiltration rate.
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- Mahmood, Taufique Hasan (Author)
- Vivoni, Enrique R. (Thesis advisor)
- Whipple, Kelin X. (Committee member)
- Shock, Everett (Committee member)
- Heimsath, Arjun M. (Committee member)
- Ruddell, Benjamin (Committee member)
- Arizona State University (Publisher)
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- Hydrologic sciences
- Environmental sciences
- distributed hydrologic model
- hillslope hydrology
- North American monsoon (NAM)
- runoff generation
- Soil moisture
- Slopes (Soil mechanics)
- Ecohydrology--Mathematical models.
- Forest hydrology--Mathematical models.
- Forest hydrology
- Colluvium--Mathematical models.
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- Partial requirement for: Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2012Note typethesis
- Field of study: Geological sciences
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