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The east Otago uplands of New Zealand's South Island have long been studied because of the environmental consequences of converting native tussock grasslands to other land covers, notably forestry and pasture for stock grazing. Early studies showed that afforestation substantially reduced annual water yield, stream peak flows, and 5 20doi:10.5194/hessd-7-1073-2010 fatcat:wj3typhslngdplqajscchwgr5a