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Record #118777:

Arctic streamflow / Ming-ko Woo.

Title: Arctic streamflow / Ming-ko Woo.
Author(s): Woo, Ming-ko.
Date: 1992.
Publisher: Hamilton, Ontario: McMaster University, Department of Geography
In: Arctic environment : past, present & future. (1992.),
Abstract: Streamflow regime is defined by average seasonal pattern of runoff variations; this will be affected by climate change, which will influence permafrost degradation and melting of snow and ice. Impact of global warming on hydrological system is complicated by time lags, feedbacks, random signals and human factors.
Notes:

In: Arctic environment : past, present & future / Ming-ko Woo, Denis J. Gregor, eds.

Keywords: 556 -- Hydrology.
556.51/.54 -- Rivers and streams.
551.51 -- Atmosphere. Structure, mechanics and thermodynamics.
551.58 -- Climatology.
551.588 -- Climate, effect of man and environment.
551.588.5 -- Climate, relationship with ice.
551.579.2 -- Water supply from snow.
551.579.3 -- Water supply from glaciers.
E11 -- Glaciology: glaciohydrology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 118777

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