Hydrologic and hydraulic research in mountain rivers

Water Resources Bulletin



Although our current (1990) knowledge of hydrologic and hydraulic processes is based on many years of study, there are river environments where these processes are complex and poorly understood. One of these environments is in mountainous areas, which cover about 25 percent of the United States. Use of conventional hydrologic and hydraulic techniques in mountain-river environments may produce erroneous results and interpretations in a wide spectrum of water-resources investigations. An ongoing U.S. Geological Survey research project is being conducted to improve the understanding of hydrologic and hydraulic processes of mountainous areas and to improve the results of subsequent hydrologic investigations. Future hydrologic and hydraulic research needs in mountainous areas are identified.

Additional publication details

Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Hydrologic and hydraulic research in mountain rivers
Series title Water Resources Bulletin
DOI 10.1111/j.1752-1688.1990.tb01381.x
Volume 26
Issue 3
Year Published 1990
Language English
Publisher American Water Resources Association
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Water Resources Bulletin
First page 419
Last page 429
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