Tim Eaton

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School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
CUNY Queens College

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Activity

Evaluation of watershed land-use changes and hydrologic impacts part of Cutting Edge:Hydrogeology:Activities
The USDA-NRCS TR55 method for calculating runoff discharge is used to compare the results of land-use change in a watershed. These data are then compared to a Darcy's Law estimate of groundwater discharge to a stream or estuary using a water-table map in the same watershed. Comparison and discussion of results provide opportunities to evaluate uncertainties and limitations of data and methods.


Events and Communities

Early Career Workshop 2007 Participants

Hydrogeology Workshop 2005