Practical limitations on the use of diurnal temperature signals to quantify groundwater upwelling

@inproceedings{Briggs2014PracticalLO,
  title={Practical limitations on the use of diurnal temperature signals to quantify groundwater upwelling},
  author={Martin A. Briggs and Laura K. Lautz and Sean F. Buckley and J. W. Lane},
  year={2014}
}
Summary Groundwater upwelling to streams creates unique habitat by influencing stream water quality and temperature; upwelling zones also serve as vectors for contamination when groundwater is degraded. Temperature time series data acquired along vertical profiles in the streambed have been applied to simple analytical models to determine rates of vertical fluid flux. These models are based on the downward propagation characteristics (amplitude attenuation and phase-lag) of the surface diurnal… CONTINUE READING

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