Effects of stream morphodynamics on hyporheic zone thermal regime

@inproceedings{Marzadri2013EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of stream morphodynamics on hyporheic zone thermal regime},
  author={Alessandra Marzadri and Daniele Tonina and Alberto Bellin},
  year={2013}
}
[1] We develop a heat-transport model to study the impact of streambed morphology on temperature distribution within the hyporheic zone of gravel bed rivers. The heat transport model, which includes conduction, diffusion, and advection, is solved by a Lagrangian approach, neglecting transverse dispersion and considering stream water temperature as boundary condition at the streambed. First, we show that the model accurately reproduces the temperature distribution measured within the hyporheic… CONTINUE READING

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