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Catalog of Long Term Research Conducted by the Northeastern Research Station

Catalog #90

Berea Water Laboratory Studies
To monitor rainfall, streamflow and chemical composition of water from several sites in Kentucky.
Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky
A total of 20 areas were monitored using flumes. Most areas had a single flume site.
Streamflow was measured continuously using flumes. rainfall was measured continuously using a tipover bucket.
rainfall, streamflow, chemical analysis (heavy metal, pH).
Field equipment was frequently checked and calibrated. Data was carefully entered into computer and backed up.
Data are on Compaq PC in binary format and are backed up onto floppies. Separate programs are used to analyze the data and are also backed up onto floppies.
Studies of Ecosystem Processes 
Landscape Scale Studies
partially, 1994.
Dyer, K. 1983. Six Volume Set of Flume Sites. 
The above are office reports of U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Hamden, CT.
Raymond Willis, USDA Forest Service, 51 Mill Pond Rd., Hamden CT 06514. (203) 230-4334
Jon Walker Daniel Boone National Forest, Berea Ranger District, Berea, KY 40403. (606) 986-8431 



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