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Spatially telescoping measurements for characterization of ground water - surface water interactions along Lucile Creek, Alaska

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2011

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Kikuchi, Colin P., 2011, Spatially telescoping measurements for characterization of ground water - surface water interactions along Lucile Creek, Alaska: The University of Arizona.

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The suite of measurement methods available to characterize fluxes between groundwater and surface water is rapidly growing. However, there are few studies that examine approaches to design of field investigations that include multiple methods. We propose that performing field measurements in a spatially telescoping sequence improves measurement flexibility and accounts for hydrologic scale while still allowing for parsimonious experimental design. We applied this spatially telescoping approach in a study of ground water-surface water (GW-SW) interaction during base flow conditions along Lucile Creek, located near Wasilla, Alaska. Catchment-scale data, including channel geomorphic indices and hydrogeologic transects, were used to screen [...]

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