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Report of the committee on runoff, 1936–37

Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union
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Abstract

Since the last meeting of the Section of Hydrology there has been a change in the organization and membership of some of the research‐committees, one relating to rainfall, of which Merrill Bernard is Chairman, and one relating to runoff, were created to replace the one committee which had functioned heretofore on both rainfall and runoff. This action by the officers provides for greater participation of the members of the Section in committees, and is a step well worth while. The personnel of the Committee as of May 1, 1937, is as follows:


  • H. K. Barrows R. W. Davenport I. E. Houk F. T. Mavis F. F. Snyder

  • M. M. Bernard R. S. Goodridge W. G. Hoyt A. F. Meyer H. C. Troxell

  • E. S. Cullings R. E. Horton Joseph Jacobs C. R. Pettis C. O. Wisler


I consider it an honor to act as Chairman of the Committee on Runoff but regret, however, that I have been unable as yet to coordinate thoroughly the work of the Committee or to inform myself adequately on many runoff‐experiments and research‐problems. Consequently, my report will be very brief and informal.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Report of the committee on runoff, 1936–37
Series title Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union
Volume 18
Issue 2
Year Published 1937
Language English
Publisher American Geophysical Union
Description 2 p.
First page 301
Last page 302
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