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Analytical method of determining wetland hydrology



Analytical method of determining wetland hydrology



Drainage and water table control Proceedings of Sixth International Drainage Symposium 13-15 December 1992 Nashville, Tennessee: 345-352



The water management simulation model, DRAINMOD, was used to quantify the presence of wetland hydrology on a strip of ground between two parallel drains. It was concluded that on a Fallsington (hydric) soil subjected to the 1958-1973 rainfall and temperature at Wilmington Airport, Delaware, USA, there would be wetland hydrology if 1.2 m deep drains were spaced no closer than 97.5 m.

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