investigation of vegetation hydrology interactions in watershed 1 at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest by Kim C. Bredensteiner

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  • Vegetation dynamics -- Oregon -- H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest.,
  • Streamflow -- Oregon -- H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest.

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Statementby Kim C. Bredensteiner.
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Pagination168 leaves, bound :
Number of Pages168
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