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Rethinking hyporheic flow and transient storage to advance understanding of stream-catchment connections
Although surface water and groundwater are increasingly referred to as one resource, there remain environmental and ecosystem needs to study the 10 m to 1 km reach scale as one hydrologic system. Streams gain and lose water over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Large spatial scales (kilometers) have traditionally been recognized and studied as river-aquifer connections. Over the last 25 years hyporheic exchange flows (1–10 m) have been studied extensively. Often a transient storage model has been used to quantify the physical solute transport setting in which biogeochemical processes occur. At the longer 10 m to 1 km scale of stream reaches it is now clear that streams which gain water overall can coincidentally...
Influence of catchment geology on the longitudinal distribution of macroinvertebrate assemblages in a groundwater dominated river
Regional model to assess the hydrological sensitivity of medium size catchments to climate variability
Production and loss of methylmercury and loss of total mercury from boreal forest catchments containing different types of wetlands
Hydrological model for predicting the effects of dams on the shoreline vegetation of lakes and reservoirs
Effects of land use, climate variation, and N deposition on N cycling and C storage in northern hardwood forests