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Analysis of Suspended Solid Generation with Rainfall-Runoff Events in a Small Forest Watershed
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Analysis of Suspended Solid Generation with Rainfall-Runoff Events in a Small Forest Watershed
Kim, Jae-Hoon; Choi, Hyung-Tae; Lim, Hong-Geun;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out to investigate the characteristics of suspended solid concentration in small forest watershed, Hwacheon, Gangwondo. For five rainfall events from July 2013 to August 2013, rainfall, discharge, and suspended solid load has been measured. The results showed that the fist flush effect was observed for suspended solid in each rainfall event, sediment rating curve was obtained with at rising limb and at falling limb, and EMC (event mean concentration) of suspended solid was calculated to 9.4 mg/L. EMC was compared to the values from the watershed that has various land use types and EMC from forest watershed was much lower that from the crop, paddy or low covered forest watershed.
 Keywords
Suspended solid;First flush effect;Sediment rating curve;Event mean concentration (EMC);Small forest watershed;
 Language
Korean
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