Last Modified: 2011-07-01
- The volume of water passing through a cross section of a stream in a unit of time. Its average discharge reflect size of streams' drainage basin and climate (area x avg. velocity)
- When the volume of water in a stream exceed the volume of the channel
- Levees, reservoirs, moving levees farther away from edge to creating floodways that revert into wetlands (absorb water)
- Volume reduction best solution
Agriculture decreases vegetative cover
- Hydrographs are charts that display the change of a hydrologic variable over time
Geology (Rock Type; Impermeable=flashier hydrographs. Or Permeable)
- Lack of drainage
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