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Tracking the subsurface signal of decadal climate warming to quantify vertical groundwater flow rates
(Wiley (AGU publications), 2017-12-28)
Interpreting Repeated Temperature‐Depth Profiles for Groundwater Flow
(Wiley - American Geophysical Union, 2017-10-01)
Snowmelt infiltration and macropore flow in frozen soils: overview, knowledge gaps, and a conceptual framework
(Soil Society of America, 2018-11-08)
Macropore flow in frozen soils plays a critical role in partitioning snowmelt at the land surface and modulating snowmelt-driven hydrological processes. Previous descriptions of macropore flow processes in frozen soil do ...
Rethinking the use of seabed sediment temperature profiles to trace submarine groundwater flow
(AGU Wiley, 2018-05-09)
Submarine groundwater fluxes across the seafloor facilitate important hydrological and biogeochemical exchanges between oceans and seabed sediment, yet few studies have investigated spatially distributed groundwater fluxes ...
Theory, tools, and multidisciplinary applications for tracing groundwater fluxes from temperature profiles
Quantifying groundwater fluxes to and from deep aquifers or shallow sediment is a critical task faced by researchers and practitioners from many environmental science disciplines including hydrology, hydrogeology, ecology, ...