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Main Title Regional Relationships between Geomorphic/Hydrologic Parameters and Surface Water Chemistry Relative to Acidic Deposition.
Author Rochelle, B. P. ; Liff, C. I. ; Campbell, W. G. ; Cassell, D. L. ; Church, M. R. ;
CORP Author Corvallis Environmental Research Lab., OR. ;FTN Associates, Little Rock, AR. ;NSI Technology Services Corp., Corvallis, OR. ;Utah State Univ., Logan.
Publisher c1989
Year Published 1989
Report Number EPA/600/J-89/348;
Stock Number PB90-216383
Additional Subjects Surface waters ; Water chemistry ; Acidification ; Deposition ; Water pollution ; Hydrology ; Geomorphology ; Topographic maps ; Stratification ; Watersheds ; Sulfur ; Statistical analysis ; pH ; Terrain ; Air water interactions ; Air pollution ; Soil surveys ; Reprints ; Northeast Region(United States) ; Acid rain ; Direct/Delayed Response Project ; Regional analysis ; Water runoff
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NTIS  PB90-216383 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 08/27/1990
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Abstract
The authors determined geomorphic and hydrologic parameters for 144 forested, lake watersheds in the Northeast (NE) of the United States based primarily on measurements from topographic maps. These parameters were used to test for relationships with selected surface water chemistry relevant to acidic deposition. Analyses were conducted on regional and subregional scales delineated based on soils, land use, physiography, total sulfur deposition and statistical clustering of selected geomorphic/hydrologic parameters. Significant relationships were found among the geomorphic/hydrologic parameters and the surface water chemistry for the NE. Elevation had the most significant relationship with surface water chemistry, particularly in the mountainous areas of the NE. Other factors occurring consistently as significant predictors of surface water chemistry were maximum relief, relief ratio, runoff, and estimates of basin elongation. Results suggest that elevational parameters might be surrogates for other watershed characteristics, such as soils or spatial deposition patterns.(Copyright (c) 1989 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.)