Journey down the Tuin: the hydraulics of an internal draining river from the Khangai Mountains to the Gobi Desert, A
River systems flowing through semi-arid and arid regions provide critical ecosystem services for inhabitants of these areas. In remote and/or difficult to access areas away from population centers, few direct measurements exist to characterize the nature of streamflow in these systems. The Tuin River flows from the rugged high mountain and forest steppe landscape of the Khangai Mountains in central Mongolia to its terminus at Orog Lake in the desert steppe and sand dunes of the northern Gobi Desert. Field measurements taken in June 2012 at numerous locations from river headwaters to mouth were ...
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Fassnacht, Steven R.; Venable, Niah B. H.; Odgarav, Jigjsuren; Sukhbaatar, Jaminkhuyag; Adyabadam, Gelegpil