SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Samuel J. Smidt, Joseph A. Cullin, Adam S. Ward, Jesse Robinson, Margaret A. Zimmer, Laura K. Lautz, Theodore A. Endreny, A Comparison of Hyporheic Transport at a Cross-Vane Structure and Natural Riffle, Groundwater, 2015, 53, 6
  2. 2
    Danielle K. Hare, Martin A. Briggs, Donald O. Rosenberry, David F. Boutt, John W. Lane, A comparison of thermal infrared to fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing for evaluation of groundwater discharge to surface water, Journal of Hydrology, 2015, 530, 153

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Garrett T. Menichino, Durelle T. Scott, Erich T. Hester, Abundance and dimensions of naturally occurring macropores along stream channels and the effects of artificially constructed large macropores on transient storage, Freshwater Science, 2015, 34, 1, 125

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Morvarid Azizian, Stanley B. Grant, Adam J. Kessler, Perran L. M. Cook, Megan A. Rippy, Michael J. Stewardson, Bedforms as Biocatalytic Filters: A Pumping and Streamline Segregation Model for Nitrate Removal in Permeable Sediments, Environmental Science & Technology, 2015, 49, 18, 10993

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Jud Harvey, Michael Gooseff, River corridor science: Hydrologic exchange and ecological consequences from bedforms to basins, Water Resources Research, 2015, 51, 9
  6. 6
    Garrett T. Menichino, Erich T. Hester, The effect of macropores on bi-directional hydrologic exchange between a stream channel and riparian groundwater, Journal of Hydrology, 2015, 529, 830

    CrossRef

  7. 7
    David L. Azinheira, Durelle T. Scott, W. Hession, Erich T. Hester, Comparison of effects of inset floodplains and hyporheic exchange induced by in-stream structures on solute retention, Water Resources Research, 2014, 50, 7
  8. 8
    Garrett T. Menichino, Erich T. Hester, Hydraulic and thermal effects of in-stream structure-induced hyporheic exchange across a range of hydraulic conductivities, Water Resources Research, 2014, 50, 6