Geomorphic processes and the aquatic habitat of the Redwood Creek basin were studied extensively between 1973 and 1983. This volume contains 22 separate articles by 32 investigators who studied geology, major storms, timber harvesting and its role on accelerating erosion, mass movement, fluvial erosion, sediment transport and storage, stream channel response to storms and landuse, stream habitat, and stream chemistry. This research describes a rapidly eroding landscape that is sensitive to effects of both landuse and major storms.
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Simulation of ground-water flow of the coastal plain aquifers in parts of Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia