Seasonal Biogeochemical Hotspots in the Streambed Around Restoration Structures

Seasonal Biogeochemical Hotspots in the Streambed Around Restoration Structures

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Lautz, L.K., Fanelli, R.M. 2008. Seasonal Biogeochemical Hotspots in the Streambed Around Restoration Structures. Biogeochemistry. Springer Link, Berlin, Germany. Volume 91, Number 1. Pages 85-104
groundwater, restoration, stream
Rapid exchange of stream water and groundwater in streambeds creates hotspots of biogeochemical cycling of redox-sensitive solutes. Although stream groundwater interaction can be increased through stream restoration, there are few detailed studies of the increased heterogeneity of water and solute fluxes through the streambed and associated patterns of biogeochemical processes around stream restoration structures. In this study, we examined the seasonal patterns of water and solute fluxes through the streambed around a stream restoration structure to relate patterns of water flux through the streambed to morphology of the channel and biogeochemical processes occurring in the bed.

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