Characterizing hydrology and the importance of ground-water discharge in natural and constructed wetlands

@article{Hunt2009CharacterizingHA,
  title={Characterizing hydrology and the importance of ground-water discharge in natural and constructed wetlands},
  author={Randall J. Hunt and John F. Walker and David P Krabbenhoft},
  journal={Wetlands},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={458-472}
}
Although considered the most important component for the establishment and persistence of wetlands, hydrology has been hard to characterize and linkages between hydrology and other environmental conditions are often poorly understood. In this work, methods for characterizing a wetland’s hydrology from hydrographs were developed, and the importance of ground water to the physical and geochemical conditions in the root zone was investigated. Detailed sampling of nearly continuous hydrographs… CONTINUE READING
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