Snowmelt-induced diel fluxes through the hyporheic zone.

@inproceedings{Loheide2009SnowmeltinducedDF,
  title={Snowmelt-induced diel fluxes through the hyporheic zone.},
  author={Steven P. Loheide and Jessica D. Lundquist},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Snowmelt processes result in diel fluctuations in streamflow and stream stage that propagate into riparian aquifers and cause a daily pumping of the hyporheic zone. This diel pumping was observed in stream stage and water table records collected in Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite National Park, California. A model was developed using Fourier analysis to represent the stream stage fluctuations and a solution to the 1-D, linearized Boussinesq equation for groundwater flow. The modeling… CONTINUE READING

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