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A conceptual framework for runoff generation in a permafrost environment

, : A conceptual framework for runoff generation in a permafrost environment. Hydrological Processes 13(16): 2563-2581

Hillslope runoff processes were studied in the tundra region of the Canadian western arctic to provide a physically-based, conceptual framework for runoff generation for basins in this environment.

Accession: 003342260

DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1099-1085(199911)13:16<2563::aid-hyp942>;2-d

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