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wrcr20142-sup-0001-suppinfo01.avi26732KThis animation show the results of the time-lapse inversion for each of the three lines ERT lines in the manuscript. Changes in bulk conductivity are caused by changes stage-driven water table elevation and by river water intrusion. Increases in conductivity are evident in the smear zone (the variably satarated zone intermittently occupied by the water table)as the rising water table increases saturation. Decreases in conductivity below the smear zone are caused by when less conductive river water intrudes into the 300 area and replaces more conductive groundwater.
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