Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management
Proceedings of a symposium held during
the XIX Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics at Vancouver, August 1987
edited by R.H. Swanson, P.Y. Bernier & P.D. Woodard
- Swanson, R.H., Keller, H.M. & Pearce, A.J.
Preface, v / Préface, vii
I Hydrologic effects of acid precipitation
- Swank, W.T., Fitzgerald, J.W. & Strickland, T.C.
Microbial incorporation of sulfate into organic matter in forest soils, 3-10
- McColl, J.C.
Acidity and alkalinity of reservoir water in the Sierra Nevada, California, 11-18
- Jones, H.C. & Bédard, Y.
The dynamics and mass balances of and in meltwater and surface-runoff during spring melt in a boreal forest, 19-31
- Feller, M.C.
The influence of acid precipitation on stream chemistry in a small forested basin in southwestern British Columbia, 33-47
- Foster, I.D.L.
Acid buffering in lowland forested ecosystems: a case study in the Trent basin, UK, 49-63
- Hornung, M., Reynolds, B., Stevens, P.A. & Neal, C.
Stream acidification resulting from afforestation in the UK : évaluation of causes and possible ameliorative measures, 65-74
- Langan, S.J. & Whitehead, P.G.
The application of time-series modelling to short-term streamwater acidification in upland Scotland, 75-87
- Nicolson, J.A.
Contributions of acid deposition to streamwater chemistry in three Precambrian Shield basins, 89-98
- Peters, N.E. & Driscoll, C.T.
Sources of acidity during snowmelt at a forested site in the west-central Adirondack Mountains, New York, 99-108
- Probst, A., Fritz, B., Ambroise, B. & Viville, D.
Forest influence on the surface water chemistry of granitic basins receiving acid precipitation in the Vosges massif, France, 109-120
2 Hydrologic processes - erosion and sédimentation
- Fritsch, J.M.
Ecoulements et érosion sous prairies artificielles après défrichement de la foręt tropicale humide, 123-130
- Fritsch, J.M., Dubreuil, P.L. & Sarrailh, J.M.
De la parcelle au petit bassin-versant: effet d'échelle dans l'écosystème forestier amazonien, 131-142
- Howes, D.E.
A method for predicting terrain susceptible to landslides following forest harvesting: a case study from the Southern Coast Mountains of British Columbia, 143-154
- Llerena, C.A., Zhang, H. & Rothwell, R.L.
Test of an erodibility rating system for the of central Alberta, Canada, 155-161
- Okagbue, C.O. & Uma, K.O.
Performance of gully erosion control measures in southeastern Nigeria, 163-172
- Okunishi, K., Saito, T. & Yoshioka, R.
Possible hydrological and geomorphological changes due to alteration of forest, 173-180
- Tsukamoto, Y. & Minematsu, H.
Evaluation of the effect of deforestation on slope stability and its application to watershed management, 181-190
- Bolin, S.B. & Ward, T.J.
Recovery of a New Mexico drainage basin from a forest fire, 191-198
- Bonell, M. & Williams, J.
Infiltration and redistribution of overland flow and sediment on a low relief landscape of semi-arid, tropical Queensland, 199-212
- Brandt, J.
The effect of different types of forest management on the transformation of rainfall energy by the canopy in relation to soil erosion, 213-222
- James, E.J., Pradeepkumar, P.K., Rangana, G., Nayak, I.V. & Ravi, T.B.
Studies on the hydrological processes in the forest drainage basins of the Western Ghats of India, 223-230
- Putjaroon, W. & Pongboon, K.
Amount of runoff and soil losses from various land-use sampling plots in Sakolnakorn Province, Thailand, 231-238
- Ramsay, W.J.H.
Deforestation and erosion in the Nepalese Himalaya - is the link myth or reality? 239-250
- Simon, A. & Hupp, C.R.
Geomorphic and vegetative recovery processes along modified Tennessee streams: an interdisciplinary approach to disturbed fluvial systems, 251-262
3 Hydrologic processes - snow hydrology
- Kattelmann, R.
Water release from a forested snowpack during rainfall, 265-272
- MacDonald, L.H.
Forest harvest, snowmelt and streamflow in the central Sierra Nevada, 273-284
- McCurk, B.J. & Berg, N.H.
Snow redistribution: strip cuts at Yuba Pass, California, 285-296
- Woo, M.-K. & Heron, R.
Effects of forests on wetland runoff during spring, 297-308
4 Hydrologic processes – evapotranspiration
- Čermàk, I. & Kučera, J.
Transpiration of mature stands of spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) as estimated by the tree-trunk heat balance method, 311-318
- Dolman, A.J. & Stewart, J.B.
Modelling forest transpiration from climatological data, 319-328
- Dye, P.J.
Estimating water use by Eucalyptus grandis with the Penman-Monteith equation, 329-338
- Flint, A.L. & Childs, S.W.
The effect of surrounding topographe on receipt of solar radiation, 339-348
- Hattari, S.
Seasonal variation of radiation and energy balances in a hinoki stand, 349-356
- Helbig, A.
Use of lysimeter measurements for estimation of the evapotranspiration of pine forest by Bagrov's method, 357-364
- Viswanadham, Y., de Abreu Sà, L.D., de P. Silva Filho, V. & Manzi, A.O.
Ratios of eddy transfer coefficients over the Amazon forest, 365-374
5 Hydrologic processes - soil moisture and soil water chemistry
- Cheng, J.D.
Root zone drainage from a humid forest soil in the west coast of Canada, 377-386
- Childs, S.W., Costello, C. & Flint, A.L.
A soil water balance model for partitioning water use among crop trees, evaporation, and competing vegetation, 387-400
- Stednick, J.D.
The effects of hydrochemistry variability on water quality sampling frequencies in an alpine-subalpine forest basin, 401-408
- Ternan, J.L., Williams, A.G. & Solman, K.
A preliminary assessment of soil hydraulic properties, and their implications for agro forestry management in Grenada, West Indies, 409-422
- Troendle, C.A. & Nilles, M.A.
The effect of clearcutting on chemical exports in lateral flow from differing soil depths on a subalpine forested slope, 423-432
- Wheater, H.S., Langan, S.J., Miller, J.D. & Ferrier, J.C.
The détermination of hydrological flow paths and associated hydrochemistry in forested catchments in central Scotland, 433-450
- Williams, A.C., Ternan, J.L. & Kent, M.
The impact of conifer afforestation on water quality in an upland catchment in southwest England, 451-462
6 Watershed hydrology
- Jackson, R.J.
Hydrology of an acid wetland before and after draining for afforestation, western New Zealand, 465-474
- Krečmer, V. & Peřina, V.
Management of forests with water conservation function, 475-480
- Moore, T.R.
Dissolved organic carbon in forested and cutover drainage basins, Westland, New Zealand, 481-488
- Pearce, A.J., O'Loughlin, C.L., Jackson, R.J. & Zhang, X.B.
Reforestation: on-site effects on hydrology and erosion, eastern Raukumara Range, New Zealand, 489-498
- Cheng, J.D., Hsia, Y.J., Lu, H.S., Liu, V.C. & Koh, C.C.
Streamflow characteristics of two small, steep and forested watersheds in high elevation areas of central Taiwan, 499-508
- Colding, D.L.
Changes in streamflow peaks following timber harvest of a coastal British Columbia watershed, 509-518
- Herrmann, A., Koll, J., Schöniger, M. & Stichler, W.
A runoff formation concept to model water pathways in forested basins, 519-530
- Hetherington, E.D.
Carnation Creek, Canada - review of a west coast fish/forestry watershed impact project, 531-538
- Liu, C.-M.
Source of increased stormwaters after forest operations, 539-544
- Troendle, C.A.
Effect of clearcutting on streamflow generating processes from a subalpine forest slope, 545-552
- Verry, E.S.
The effect of aspen harvest and growth on water yield in Minnesota, 553-562
7 Watershed simulation
- Hornbeck, J.W., Federer, C.A. & Pierce, R.S.
Effects of whole-tree clearcutting on streamflow can be adequately estimated by simulation, 565-574
- Schulze, R.E. & George, W.J.
Simulation of effects of forest growth on water yield with a dynamic process-based user model, 575-584
- Soczyziska, U.
Extrapolation of research results by deterministic models, 585-594
- Storm, B., Jørgensen, G.H. & Styczen, M.
Simulation of water flow and soil erosion processes with a distributed physically-based modelling system, 595-608
- Tani, M. & Abe, T.
Analysis of stormflow and its source area expansion through a simple kinematic wave equation, 609-616
- Tecle, A., Fogel, M. & Duckstein, L.
Multicriterion forest watershed resources management, 617-626
Acknowledgement : Digitization of the volume contributed by N.E. Peters, USGS Atlanta