A temperate, tidal lake‐wetland complex 1. Water balance and ecological implications

@inproceedings{Schallenberg2003ATT,
  title={A temperate, tidal lake‐wetland complex 1. Water balance and ecological implications},
  author={Marc Schallenberg and Carolyn W. Burns and B. M. Peake},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract A water‐balance model was developed for a tidal lake‐wetland complex to: (1) determine the relative contribution of hydrological flows through the lake‐wetland complex; (2) determine the tidal and non‐tidal hydraulic residence times of two lakes in the lake‐wetland complex; and (3) estimate the potential importance of groundwater inputs to the lake‐wetland complex. All surface hydrological inputs to the system were either measured or estimated over 1 year. Daily evaporation from the… CONTINUE READING

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