New England WSC Seminar series Barclay 20190724

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Groundwater discharge zones supply baseflow, provide critical thermal refugia for aquatic organisms, and serve as point sources of nutrients and contaminants to aquatic ecosystems. Despite their importance, the spatial distribution and the water quality effects of groundwater discharge zones across river networks are seldom predicted at regional scales due to the highly spatially heterogeneous distribution.

Date/Time: Wednesday, July 24, 2016, 12:00 pm 
 

Title: Where rivers run cold: spatial patterns of groundwater discharge and groundwater nitrogen loading in a regional river network

Presented by: Janet Barclay, Hydrologist, New England WSC, U.S. Geological Survey

Abstract: PDF document

Location: USGS, Massachusetts Office, Northborough, MA