Seasonal flow of the Reuss: average values over 20 years

The Swiss Alps are one of the main sources of drinking water in Central Europe. The natural water regime of a region is characterised by the variability in precipitation, evaporation and runoff in space (i.e. in the regions) and time. The way society deals with the water flowing from the Alpine valleys has important consequences, not only for ecology (maintenance of biodiversity), but also for

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Reuss: mean runoff/season

Tags: Nature and Environment, Water, Runoff, Hydrology
Spatial extent: Switzerland
Time: Spring 1901-1920 – Winter 2001-2015

Map objects: Alpbach–Erstfeld, Bodenberg, Chli Schliere–Alpnach, Chilch-Erli, Engelberger Aa–Buochs, Flugplatz, Grosstalbach–Isenthal, Kleine Emme–Littau, Reussbühl, Kleine Emme–Werthenstein, Chappelboden, Lorze–Frauenthal, Lorze–Zug, Letzi, Muota–Ingenbohl, Reuss–Andermatt, Reuss–Luzern, Geissmattbrücke, Reuss–Mellingen, Reuss–Mühlau, Hünenberg, Reuss–Seedorf, Sarner Aa–Sarnen, Schlichenden Brünnen–Muotathal, Schächen–Bürglen, Galgenwäldli