Modelling water yields in response to logging and Representative Climate Futures
Natural and human disturbance and climate change pose major challenges for resource management. This is relevant in natural forests where conflict can occur between water provision and industrial logging where conversion of old forests to young, fast-growing stands can dramatically reduce streamflow and water yield. We modelled changes in stream run-off and hence water yield from a forest catchment in response to clearcut logging with projected climate change (using a Representative Climate...[Show more]
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|Source:||Science of The Total Environment|
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