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Booty W. G.,
DePinto J. V.,
Scheffe R. D.
Publication year1988
Publication title
water resources research
Resource typeJournals
PublisherAmerican Geophysical Union
Two adjacent Adirondack Park (New York) calibrated watersheds (Woods Lake and Cranberry Pond), which receive identical atmospheric inputs, generate significantly different unit area of watershed loading rates of acidity to their respective lakes. A watershed acidification model is used to evaluate the watershed parameters which are responsible for the observed differences in acid loadings to the lakes. The greater overall mean depth of overburden on Woods Lake watershed, which supplies a greater buffer capacity as well as a longer retention time of groundwater, appears to be the major factor responsible for the differences.
Subject(s)biology , cartography , computer network , computer science , drainage , drainage basin , ecology , environmental science , geography , geology , geomorphology , geotechnical engineering , groundwater , hydrology (agriculture) , machine learning , overburden , streams , structural basin , watershed
SCImago Journal Rank1.863

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