The influence of rainfall interception on streamflow. Swank, W. 1968.
The influence of rainfall interception on streamflow [pdf]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
The data presented provide evidence that interception loss is a major hydrologic process which reduces the quantity and alters the timing of streamflow from watersheds in the Southern Appalachians when cover types are changed from mature mixed hardwoods to eastern white pine. Differences in interception loss between loblolly pine and mature hardwoods in the Piedmont of South Carolina are discussed.
@article{swank_influence_1968,
	title = {The influence of rainfall interception on streamflow},
	volume = {4) 1968 March 28-29. Clemson, SC. Clemson University Water Resources Research Institute, Clemson, SC.},
	url = {http://cwt33.ecology.uga.edu/publications/458.pdf},
	abstract = {The data presented provide evidence that interception loss is a major hydrologic process which reduces the quantity and alters the timing of streamflow from watersheds in the Southern Appalachians when cover types are changed from mature mixed hardwoods to eastern white pine. Differences in interception loss between loblolly pine and mature hardwoods in the Piedmont of South Carolina are discussed.},
	author = {Swank, W.T.},
	year = {1968},
	keywords = {CWT}
}
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