Articles | Volume 13, issue 7
16 Jul 2009
 | 16 Jul 2009

The significance and lag-time of deep through flow: an example from a small, ephemeral catchment with contrasting soil types in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia

E. Bestland, S. Milgate, D. Chittleborough, J. VanLeeuwen, M. Pichler, and L. Soloninka

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