Surface micro-topography causes hot spots of biogeochemical activity in wetland systems: A virtual modeling experiment: MICRO-TOPOGRAPHY AND HOT SPOT FORMATION

@inproceedings{Frei2012SurfaceMC,
  title={Surface micro-topography causes hot spots of biogeochemical activity in wetland systems: A virtual modeling experiment: MICRO-TOPOGRAPHY AND HOT SPOT FORMATION},
  author={Sven Frei and Klaus-Holger Knorr and Stefan Peiffer and Jan H. Fleckenstein},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Wetlands provide important ecohydrological services by regulating fluxes of nutrients and pollutants to receiving waters, which can in turn mitigate adverse effects on water quality. Turnover of redox-sensitive solutes in wetlands has been shown to take place in distinct spatial and temporal patterns, commonly referred to as hot spots and hot moments. Despite the importance of such patterns for solute fluxes the mechanistic understanding of their formation is still weak and their existence… CONTINUE READING

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