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Multiorder Hydrologic Position in the Conterminous United States: A Set of Metrics in Support of Groundwater Mapping at Regional and National Scales

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Title
Multiorder Hydrologic Position in the Conterminous United States: A Set of Metrics in Support of Groundwater Mapping at Regional and National Scales
Published in
Water Resources Research, December 2019
DOI 10.1029/2019wr025908
Authors

Kenneth Belitz, Richard B. Moore, Terri L. Arnold, Jennifer B. Sharpe, J. J. Starn

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#11,056,323
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#2,827
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#220,905
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#82
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