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A beetle epidemic across the western United States has resulted in the death of millions of acres of forests. This beetle outbreak, referred to as "beetle kill", has caused many to believe that such dramatic changes in land cover could potentially alter the hydrology of the impacted regions. One of the most important hydrological processes that beetle kill has the potential to impact is streamflow. This research evaluates the hydrologic impacts on streamflow from land cover change due to beetledoi:10.29121/ijetmr.v6.i3.2019.363 fatcat:m2mgycjmrrdineqiw7rgzdlvei