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The recharge-discharge function of wetlands near Juneau, Alaska: Part I. Hydrogeological investigations






Ground Water 26(4): 427-434

The recharge-discharge function of wetlands near Juneau, Alaska: Part I. Hydrogeological investigations

Water levels in piezometers and the hydraulic conductivity of organic and mineral soils were measured during spring and summer 1986 to evaluate the recharge-discharge function of wetlands in Alaska. Computer modelling was also used to evaluate the function of a large patterned fen.

Accession: 001982792

DOI: 10.1111/j.1745-6584.1988.tb00408.x

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