Water Science and Engineering     2010 3 (3):  257-268    ISSN: 1674-2370:  CN: 32-1785/TV

Determination of minimum flood flow for regeneration of floodplain forest from inundated forest width-stage curve
Song-hao Shang1,Xiaomin Mao2
1. Tsinghua University
2. China Agricultural University
Received 2010-04-14  Revised 2010-07-22  Online 2010-09-26
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Corresponding author: Song-hao Shang