PLATE 2-1 Major pathways of water movement through riparian areas emphasizing (1) groundwater flow, (2) overland flow and shallow subsurface flow from adjacent uplands, and (3) instream water sources such as overbank flow, bank storage and hyporheic exchange.



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Riparian Areas: Functions and Strategies for Management PLATE 2-1 Major pathways of water movement through riparian areas emphasizing (1) groundwater flow, (2) overland flow and shallow subsurface flow from adjacent uplands, and (3) instream water sources such as overbank flow, bank storage and hyporheic exchange.

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Riparian Areas: Functions and Strategies for Management PLATE 2-2 Life zone map for the United States based on enhanced VEMAP climate data. SOURCE: Reprinted, with permission, from Lugo et al. (1999). © 1999 by Blackwell Science Ltd.

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Riparian Areas: Functions and Strategies for Management PLATE 2-3 Average annual precipitation minus potential evapotranspiration requirements (P–PET). SOURCE: Reprinted, with permission, from Daley et al. (1994). © 1994 by American Meteorological Society.

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Riparian Areas: Functions and Strategies for Management PLATE 2-4 Hydrologic landscape units of the United States. SOURCE: Wolock (2001).

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Riparian Areas: Functions and Strategies for Management PLATE 5-1 PLATE 5-2 PLATE 5-3

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