The importance of groundwater in the transportation of allochthonous dissolved organic matter to the streams draining a small mountain basin

@article{Wallis2004TheIO,
  title={The importance of groundwater in the transportation of allochthonous dissolved organic matter to the streams draining a small mountain basin},
  author={Peter M Wallis and H. B. N. Hynes and Sucheta Telang},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={79},
  pages={77-90}
}
The importance of groundwater in the dissolved organic matter (DOM) budget of small upland streams is not well understood. This paper is concerned with the amount of streamflow which can be attributed to groundwater, the organic chemistry of rainwater, streamwater, and groundwater, and the rate of transfer of DOM in groundwater to the streams of a small mountain catchment basin in Alberta. Using naturally occurring isotopes (18O and tritium) groundwater is concluded to be the largest… CONTINUE READING

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