Movement of water through forested soils in steep topography Public Deposited

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  • Field and laboratory studies are being conducted to describe the hydrologic properties of soil and to determine the timing pathway of precipitation and snowmelt water as it moved through forested soil on a steep slope. Hydrologic properties include hydraulic conductivity, porosity, pore-size distribution, moisture characteristics, stone content, and soil depth. Laboratory analyses indicated an abrupt change in hydrologic properties within the top 1.5 m of soil. Water input and movement through the soil are being monitored during winter storm events.
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