How is the K photon produced and how much energy does it have?
Runoff and Watershed AFTER A PRECIPITATION EVENT 1. Accumulation: water that reaches the surface and compounds. This is typically seen in snowfall. If accumulation is persistent and climate conditions are optimum, accumulation can lead to massive ice caps, over geological time. 2. Absorption: water penetrating the terrestrial surface to be stored as groundwater or used by the biome 3. Runoff: movement of excessive water movement downhill, with greatest efficiency (Water’s behavior will be determined by various factors including infiltration capacity, slope, volume, biome characteristics, etc.) Hydrogeology Streamflow: groundwater that is discharged into a stream or river system. Movement of water into a stream Base flo