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https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-14-631-2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-14-631-2017
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09 Feb 2017
Research article |  | 09 Feb 2017

Quantifying nutrient fluxes with a new hyporheic passive flux meter (HPFM)

Julia Vanessa Kunz, Michael D. Annable, Jaehyun Cho, Wolf von Tümpling, Kirk Hatfield, Suresh Rao, Dietrich Borchardt, and Michael Rode

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The hyporheic zone, the subsurface region of streams, is a key compartment for in-stream nutrient retention. Knowledge on actual hyporheic processing rates is still limited due to methodological restrictions which are mainly related to the high local and temporal variability of subsurface flow patterns and nutrient transformation processes. We present a new device which allows quantitative assessment of hyporheic nutrient fluxes and demonstrate its advantages in an exemplary field testing.
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