Japan-US Watershed Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry: Comparing Data, Theory and Models

Japan-US Watershed Hydrology and Forest Biogeochemistry

Tague contributes to this international working group – looking at how RHESSys might be useful for synthesizing spatial dense measurements of forest thinning effects on nitrogen cycling and water – and thinking about how emerging isotopic data from streams and groundwater wells can be used to improve RHESSys representation of subsurface flowpaths

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