In a watershed forests are an important influence on how water is stored and moved throughout the ecosystem. Being a primary consumer of water, forest vegetation has an effect on the balance of water resources available for streamflow. Furthermore, water is returned to the atmosphere by means of evaporation from water stored in the forest canopy and floor, soil surface and water bodies such as wetlands, as well as from plant transpiration that provides a pathway for groundwater to reach the atmosphere.
Related Journals of Forest Hydrology
Forest Research: Open Access, Geology & Geophysics, Austrian Journal of Forest Science, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, Journal of Forest Research, Journal of Tropical Forest Science, Taiwan Journal of Forest Science Landscape Research, Local Environment, International Journal of Water Resources Development.
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