Characterization of Flow Paths, Residence Time and Media Chemistry in Complex Landscapes to Integrate Surface, Groundwater and Stream Processes and Inform Models of Hydrologic and Water Quality Response to Land Use Activities; Savannah River Site
The objective of this report is to document the methodology used to calculate the three hydro-geomorphic indices: C Index, Nhot spot, and Interflow Contributing Area (IFC Area). These indices were applied in the Upper Four Mile Creek Watershed in order to better understand the potential mechanisms controlling retention time, path lengths, and potential for nutrient and solute metabolism and exchange associated with the geomorphic configurations of the upland contributing areas, groundwater, the riparian zone, and stream channels.
- Univ. of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc., Athens, GA (United States)
- University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc.
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- USDA Forest Service, New Ellenton, SC (United States)
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- USDOE Office of Environment, Health, Safety and Security (AU)
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- United States
- 60 APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES Hydrologic; flow path; water quality response; C Index; N hot spot; Interflow Contributing Area; IFC Area
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