Temporal connectivity in a prairie pothole complex

  title={Temporal connectivity in a prairie pothole complex},
  author={Scott G. Leibowitz and Kevin C. Vining},
A number of studies have noted the occurrence of intermittent surface-water connections between depressional wetlands in general and prairie potholes in particular. Yet, the ecological implications of such connections remain largely unexplored. In 1995, we observed spillage into and out of a North Dakota wetland during two field visits. Between May 3 and May 26, there was a positive relationship between specific conductance and water level at this site, suggesting an external source of… CONTINUE READING
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