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Hrachowitz, M; Stockinger, M; Coenders-Gerrits, M; van der Ent, R; Bogena, H; Lucke, A; Stumpp, C.
(2021): Reduction of vegetation-accessible water storage capacity after deforestation affects catchment travel time distributions and increases young water fractions in a headwater catchment
HYDROL EARTH SYST SC. 2021; 25(9): 4887-4915. FullText FullText_BOKU

Deforestation can considerably affect transpiration dynamics and magnitudes at the catchment scale and thereby alter the partitioning between drainage and evaporative water fluxes released from terrestrial hydrological systems. However, it has so far remained problematic to directly link reductions i
Authors BOKU Wien:
Stockinger Michael
Stumpp Christine
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