Fraser River Hydrology

Evaluating the Fraser River's Hydrologic Regime Shift in the late 20th century

By Do Hyuk Kang   Posted April 03, 2014

Air temperatures around the Fraser River in Hope, BC have risen significantly during the late 20th century. Results from a hydrological model indicate that deacreased runnoff, stemming from a reduction in snowfall, has lead to an altered hydrograph pattern in the Fraser River during the latter part of the 20th century.

-Do Hyuk Kang, CanSISE Post-Doctoral Fellow

 

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