Describes an analysis of flood runoff volumes from 16 small, gauged catchments in the agricultural areas of south western Australia. It also describes methods for estimating flood runoff volumes from ungauged catchments. The independent variables found to be statistically significant in explaining the variability in flood runoff volumes from the gauged catchments were catchment area, mean annual rainfall and the percentage of the catchment that was cleared. No soil factor was found to be significant.
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Watersheds, Measurement, Catchment hydrology, Runoff Western Australia, Wheatbelt region (WA)
Ali, M, Cattlin, T, Coles, N, and Sharafi, S. (2001), Potential runoff accumulation in wheatbelt towns of Western Australia. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 226.
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