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Snow accumulation and snow melt in the western part of the Vogelsberg Mountains in relation to elevation, aspect, and vegetation



Snow accumulation and snow melt in the western part of the Vogelsberg Mountains in relation to elevation, aspect, and vegetation



Beitrage zur Hydrologie (3): 35-107



A detailed study, in an area at 100-700 m alt., indicated that the hydrological effect of forests, and the relative desirability of Spruce (Picea abies) and Beech (Fagus sylvatica) varied considerably with elevation, exposure, soil permeability and weather conditions. The desirability of different types of cover depends even more upon the relative priority given to flood control and to total water production.

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