Measurement, Soil, Runoff
Reviews methods of including soil properties in flood runoff-predicting equations. Concentrates on practical methods that can be routinely used by soil conservation technicians for flood prediction rather than complex research models. A case is made for collecting soil data from the gauged catchments which are relevant to a perceived runoff mechanism and are capable of being routinely applied in simple flood prediction methodologies.
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McFarlane, D J, and Davies, J R. (1988), Soil factors affecting flood runoff on agricultural catchments in Western Australia. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Report 18, 25p.