2006; Jones and Holmes 1996) and the hyporheic
zone (Sophocleous 2002; Kalbus et al.
Determinants of the microbial community structure of eutrophic, hyporheic
river sediments polluted with chlorinated aliphatic hydrocarbons.
zone exchange fluxes and residence times inferred from riverbed temperature and radon data.
3 m, however, flow exchanges between the river and the pond through the hyporheic
corridor may also occur when the river level is < 3 m.
A model for lateral hyporheic
flow based on valley slope and channel sinuosity.
Nitrogen Transformations in the Hyporheic
Zone, Lancaster Univ.
1) Active oxidizability freshwater environment in the seepage-active hyporheic
Similarly, high flow through streams can cause the surrounding wet areas of the hyporheic
zone to increase in area, with some channels being 'reactivated' after long periods without summer flow.
Byrons presentation, the Meacham Creek Hyporheic
Restoration Monitoring Project, will show the key results of his research the Umatilla River Basin in Washington, one of the areas key natural salmon habitats.
exchange, and selection of spawning habitat by bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus).
the tadpole shrimp genus Triops) or the hyporheic
zone, or as transients on birds and other wildlife (e.
Gravel extraction, and poor management catchment have altered the extent and ecological integrity of the hyporheic
zone in the area which caused the reduction of the dependent biodiversity, and this was largely attributed to sedimentation and pollution.