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Title: Heterogeneity in Hyporheic Flow, Pore Water Chemistry, and Microbial Community Composition in an Alpine Streambed

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  1. School of Earth Sciences The Ohio State University Columbus OH USA
  2. School of Environment and Natural Resources The Ohio State University Columbus OH USA
  3. Hydrogeophysics Branch U.S. Geological Survey Storrs CT USA
  4. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley CA USA, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory Gothic CO USA
  5. Department of Soil and Crop Science Colorado State University Fort Collins CO USA
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Journal Name: Journal of Geophysical Research. Biogeosciences Journal Volume: 124 Journal Issue: 11; Journal ID: ISSN 2169-8953
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Nelson, Amelia R., Sawyer, Audrey H., Gabor, Rachel S., Saup, Casey M., Bryant, Savannah R., Harris, Kira D., Briggs, Martin A., Williams, Kenneth H., and Wilkins, Michael J. Heterogeneity in Hyporheic Flow, Pore Water Chemistry, and Microbial Community Composition in an Alpine Streambed. United States: N. p., 2019. Web. doi:10.1029/2019JG005226.
Nelson, Amelia R., Sawyer, Audrey H., Gabor, Rachel S., Saup, Casey M., Bryant, Savannah R., Harris, Kira D., Briggs, Martin A., Williams, Kenneth H., & Wilkins, Michael J. Heterogeneity in Hyporheic Flow, Pore Water Chemistry, and Microbial Community Composition in an Alpine Streambed. United States.
Nelson, Amelia R., Sawyer, Audrey H., Gabor, Rachel S., Saup, Casey M., Bryant, Savannah R., Harris, Kira D., Briggs, Martin A., Williams, Kenneth H., and Wilkins, Michael J. Wed . "Heterogeneity in Hyporheic Flow, Pore Water Chemistry, and Microbial Community Composition in an Alpine Streambed". United States.
title = {Heterogeneity in Hyporheic Flow, Pore Water Chemistry, and Microbial Community Composition in an Alpine Streambed},
author = {Nelson, Amelia R. and Sawyer, Audrey H. and Gabor, Rachel S. and Saup, Casey M. and Bryant, Savannah R. and Harris, Kira D. and Briggs, Martin A. and Williams, Kenneth H. and Wilkins, Michael J.},
abstractNote = {},
doi = {10.1029/2019JG005226},
journal = {Journal of Geophysical Research. Biogeosciences},
number = 11,
volume = 124,
place = {United States},
year = {2019},
month = {11}

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