Spatial distribution, Land use, Arkansas
The Buffalo River was established by Congress it11972 as the first National River in the United States. The Buffalo River, which originates in the higher elevations of the Boston Mountains in Newton County, is one of the few remaining free-flowing streams in Arkansas. It is considered to be one of Arkansas' greatest natural treasures, and thus, there is strong interest in protecting it from anthropogenic influences. An initial characterization of the soil taxonomic units, watershed boundaries, topography and physiographic units in the Buffalo River Watershed was presented by Scott and Smith (1994). The spatial distribution of the geologic units in the watershed was presented by Hofer et al. (1995).
Scott, H. Don and Hofer, Kimberly R.. 1995. Spatial and Temporal Analyses of the Morphological and Land Use Characteristics of the Buffalo River Watershed. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. MSC170. 80