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Integrating a Landscape Hydrologic Analysis for Watershed Assessment

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Abstract: Methods to provide linkages between a hydrologic modeling tool (AGW A) and landscape assessment tool (A TtILA) for determining the vulnerability of semi-arid landscapes to natural and human-induced landscape pattern changes have been developed. The objective of this study is to demonstrate the application of A TtILA and AGW A to investigate the spatial effects of varying levels of anthropogenic disturbance on runoff volume and soil erosion in the San Pedro River Basin. Results were particularly useful for assessing the effects of land cover change in the watershed and highlighting subwatersheds that
require careful management.
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Citation:Hernandez, M., W. G. Kepner, D. J. Semmens, D. W. Ebert, D. C. Goodrich, and S. N. Miller. Integrating a Landscape Hydrologic Analysis for Watershed Assessment. Presented at First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, Benson, AZ, October 27-30, 2003.
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Contact: Chris Siebert - (702) 798-2234 or siebert.christopher@epa.gov
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Division: Environmental Sciences Division
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Branch: Landscape Ecology Branch
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Product Type: Abstrct/Oral
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Presented: 10/27/2003
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Related Entries:
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Bullet Item Development of Landscape Indicators for Use in Regional Ecological Risk Assessments
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