Browsing Journal of Range Management, Volume 19, Number 6 (November 1966) by Subjects
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Water Intake and Runoff as Affected by Intensity of GrazingWater intake rates on differentially grazed rangeland watersheds were nearly linear with the heavily grazed watershed having the lowest and the lightly grazed watershed the highest rate. Annual runoff was greatest from the heavily grazed watersheds and least from the lightly grazed. Storm characteristics were a factor in the production of runoff.