Groundwater/ Surface Water Interaction
California State University, Sacramento
Stream chemistry and the riparian zone
Upon completion of this unit students should be able to:
Discuss lateral contributions to stream flow
Predict major ion distribution and movement in the shallow subsurface
1) Jones and Mulholland: pp. 83-107
2) Worman, A., Packman, A. I., Johansson, H., and Jonsson, K., 2002, Effect of flow-induced exchange in hyporheic zones on longitudinal transport of solutes in streams and rivers: Water Resources Research, v. 38, pp. 2-1 - 2-15.
3) Story, R. G., Howard, K. W. F., 2003, Factors controlling riffle-scale hyporheic exchange flows and their seasonal changes in a gaining stream: A three-dimensional groundwater flow model: Water Resources Research, v. 39, pp. 8-1 - 8-17.
4) Edwardson, K. J., Bowden, W. B., Dahm, C., and Morrice, J., 2003, The hydraulic characteristics and geochemistry of hyporheic and parafluvial zones in Arctic tundra streams, north slope, Alaska: Advances in Water Resources, v. 26, pp. 90-7-923.
Tim's summary of Jones and Mulholland, pp. 83-107:
Daniel's presentation (Worman et al):
Mike's presentation (Edwardson et al):
Kent's presentation (Story et al):