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Publication Title:   Seasonal variation of infiltration capacities of soils in western Oregon

Year:  1981     Publication Type:  Book

H. J. Andrews Publication Number:  596

Citation:  Johnson, Michael G.; Beschta, Robert L. 1981. Seasonal variation of infiltration capacities of soils in western Oregon. Res. Note PNW-373. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. 8 p.

Online PDF:  http://andrewsforest.oregonstate.edu/pubs/pdf/pub596.pdf

Abstract:  Infiltration capacities were 50 percent greater during fallthan during summer for forest soils of western Oregon. Theseresults contrast with those measured in other studies. Inforested areas, investigators should be aware of potentiallylarge seasonal changes in infiltration capacities. Suchseasonal changes may exceed effects due to applied treatments(logging, slash disposal, burning, etc.) and can confound studyresults. KEYWORDS: Infiltration capacity (soil), seasonal variations,Oregon (Cascade Range).

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Johnson ,  Michael   Gordon
Beschta ,  Robert   L.

Infiltration capacity
Seasonal variations
Soil moisture
Variability, temporal

Oregon Cascades