Groundwater-surface water interactions in the hyporheic zone under climate change scenarios

@article{Zhou2014GroundwatersurfaceWI,
  title={Groundwater-surface water interactions in the hyporheic zone under climate change scenarios},
  author={Shangbo Zhou and Xingzhong Yuan and Shuchan Peng and Junsheng Yue and Xiaofeng Wang and Hong Liu and Darrell D. Williams},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={21},
  pages={13943-13955}
}
Slight changes in climate, such as the rise of temperature or alterations of precipitation and evaporation, will dramatically influence nearly all freshwater and climate-related hydrological behavior on a global scale. The hyporheic zone (HZ), where groundwater (GW) and surface waters (SW) interact, is characterized by permeable sediments, low flow velocities, and gradients of physical, chemical, and biological characteristics along the exchange flows. Hyporheic metabolism, that is… CONTINUE READING

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