Geomorphic controls on hyporheic exchange flow in mountain streams

@inproceedings{Kasahara2002GeomorphicCO,
  title={Geomorphic controls on hyporheic exchange flow in mountain streams},
  author={Tamao Kasahara and Steven M. Wondzell},
  year={2002}
}
[1] Hyporheic exchange flows were simulated using MODFLOW and MODPATH to estimate relative effects of channel morphologic features on the extent of the hyporheic zone, on hyporheic exchange flow, and on the residence time of stream water in the hyporheic zone. Four stream reaches were compared in order to examine the influence of stream size and channel constraint. Within stream reaches, the influence of pool-step or pool-riffle sequences, channel sinuosity, secondary channels, and channel… CONTINUE READING
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