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Title: Discussion of "Evaluating vertical velocities between the stream and the hyporheic zone from temperature data" by Seydell, I., Wawra, B.E., and Zanke, U.C.E.

Author: Buffington, John M.; Tonina, Daniele

Date: 2008

Source: In: Habersack, H.; Piégay, H.; Rinaldi, M., eds. Gravel-bed rivers 6-from process understanding to river restoration. Elsevier: 128-131.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Hyporheic exchange is principally driven by spatial variations of near-bed pressure, which can be sensitive to seasonal changes in discharge, flow depth, and watersurface profile (Tonina and Buffington, 2003, 2007). Simulations of hyporheic exchange across two-dimensional pool-riffle topography show that the strength and spatial extent of the hyporheic exchange vary with discharge.

Keywords: stream, hyporheic exchange, temperature data

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Buffington, John M.; Tonina, Daniele 2008. Discussion of "Evaluating vertical velocities between the stream and the hyporheic zone from temperature data" by Seydell, I., Wawra, B.E., and Zanke, U.C.E. In: Habersack, H.; Piégay, H.; Rinaldi, M., eds. Gravel-bed rivers 6-from process understanding to river restoration. Elsevier: 128-131.

 


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