Modeling the effect of land use change on hydrology of a forested watershed in coastal South Carolina.
Since hydrology is one of main factors controlling wetland functions, hydrologic models are useful for evaluating the effects of land use change on we land ecosystems. We evaluated two process-based hydrologic models with different structures, MIKE SHE and DRAINMOD, using a 3-year (2003-05) dataset collected from a coastal
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