Forest harvesting can have a significant effect on hydrologic processes such as interception, snowmelt, and evaporation, as well as on the magnitude and frequency of geomorphically and ecologically important stream-flow events. These changes may affect water supplies, channel form, and the functioning of stream/riparian ecosystems. This note describes preliminary research modelling the effects of forest cover removal on peak flows in a small headwater stream in the south-central Okanagan.
Schnorbus, M.A., Winkler, R.D.; Younes, A.. 2007. Modelling Forest Harvesting Effects on Maximum Daily Peak Flow at Upper Penticton Creek. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. Extension Note (FLNRORD). EN67
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
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