SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • , Autodesk, AutoCAD, release 12.0, Saulsalito, Calif., 1992.
  • Cruezë des Chatelliers, M., P. Marmonier, Macrodistribution of Ostracoda and Cladocera in a bypassed channel: Exchange between superficial and interstitial layers, Stygologia, 5, 1724, 1990.
  • De Marsily, G., Quantitative Hydrogeology, 440, Academic, San Diego, Calif., 1986.
  • Gibert, J., M. J. Dole-Olivier, P. Marmonier, P. Vervier, Surface water-groundwater ecotones, The Ecology and Management of Aquatic-Terrestrial Ecotones, Man and the Biosphere Series, 4R. J. Naiman, H. Decamps, 199225, UNESCO and Parthenon, Park Ridge, N. J., 1990.
  • Gibert, J., D. L. Danielopol, J. A. Stanford, Groundwater Ecology, 571, Academic, San Diego, Calif., 1994.
  • Gray, D. M., T. D. Prowse, Snow and floating ice, Handbook of Hydrology, D. R. Maidment, 7.17.58, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1993.
  • Gray, D. M., P. G. Landine, R. J. Granger, Simulating infiltration into frozen prairie soils in streamflow models, Can. J. Earth Sci., 22, 464474, 1985.
  • Gregory, S. V., F. J. Swanson, W. A. McKee, K. W. Cummins, An ecosystem perspective of riparian zones, Bioscience, 41, 540541, 1991.
  • Guyonnet, D. A., Numerical modeling of effects of small-scale sedimentary variations on groundwater discharge into lakes, Limnol. Oceanogr., 36, 787796, 1991.
  • Hackman, R. J., andA. B. Olsen, Geology, structure, and uranium deposits of the Gallup 1 x 2 Quadrangle, New Mexico and Arizona, U.S. Geol. Surv. Misc. Invest. Ser. Map I-981, 1977.
  • Harvey, J. W., K. E. Bencala, The effect of streambed topography on surface-subsurface water exchange in mountain catchments, Water Resour. Res., 29, 8998, 1993.
  • Harvey, J. W., K. E. Bencala, G. W. Zellweger, Preliminary investigation of the effect of hillslope hydrology on the mechanics of solute exchange between streams and subsurface gravel zonesG. E. Mallard, D. A. Aronson, U.S. Geol. Surv. Water Resour. Invest. Rep. 91-4034, 413418, 1991.
  • Henry, K. S., H. M. Valett, J. A. Morrice, C. N. Dahm, G. J. Wroblicky, M. A. Santistevan, M. E. Campana, Groundwater-surface water exchange in two headwater streams, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water EcologyJ. A. Stanford, H. Maurice Valett, 319328Am. Water Resour. Assoc., Bethesda, Md., 1994.
  • Hvorslev, M. J., Time lag and soil permeability in groundwater investigations, U.S. Army Corps Eng. Waterw. Exp. Stn. Bull., 36, 50, 1951.
  • Kelson, K. I., S. G. Wells, Geologic influences on fluvial hydrology and bedload transport in small mountainous watershed, northern New Mexico, U.S.A., Earth Surf. Processes Landforms, 14, 671690, 1989.
  • Larkin, R. G., J. M. Sharp Jr., On the relationship between river-basin geomorphology, aquifer hydraulics, and ground-water flow direction in alluvial aquifers, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 104, 16081620, 1992.
  • Lee, D. R., H. B. N. Hynes, Identification of groundwater discharge zones in a reach of Hillman Creek in southern Ontario, Water Pollut. Res. Can., 13, 121133, 1977.
  • McDonald, M. G., A. W. Harbaugh, A modular three-dimensional finite-difference groundwater flow modelU.S. Geol. Surv. Open File Rep. 83, 875, 1984.
  • Morrice, J. A., H. M. Valett, C. N. Dahm, M. E. Campana, Alluvial characteristics, groundwater-surface water exchange, and hydrologic retention in headwater streams, Hydrol. Processes, 11, 253267, 1997.
  • Nield, S. P., L. R. Townley, A. D. Barr, A framework for quantitative analysis of surface water-groundwater interactions, flow geometry in a vertical section, Water Resour. Res., 30, 24612475, 1994.
  • Pollock, D. W., Documentation of computer programs to compute and display pathlines using results from the U.S. Geological Survey modular three-dimensional finite-difference groundwater flow modelU.S. Geol. Surv. Open File Rep. 89-381, 188, 1989.
  • Savant, S. A., D. D. Reible, L. J. Thibodeaux, Convective transport within stable river sediments, Water Resour. Res., 23, 17631768, 1987.
  • Smith, R. L., R. A. Bailey, andC. S. Ross, Geologic map of the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico, Misc. Geol. Invest. Map. I-571,U.S. Geol. Surv., Denver, Colo., 1970.
  • Stanesco, J. D., Sedimentology and depositional environments of the lower Permian Yeso formation, northwestern New Mexico, U.S. Geol. Surv. Bull., 1808, 1992.
  • Stanford, J. A., J. V. Ward, The hyporheic habitat of river ecosystems, Nature, 335, 6466, 1988.
  • Stanford, J., J. V. Ward, An ecosystem perspective of alluvial rivers: Connectivity and the hyporheic corridor, J. N. Am. Bethological Soc., 12, 4860, 1993.
  • Stanley, E. H., H. M. Valett, Interaction between drying and the hyporheic zone of a desert stream ecosystem, Global Climate Change and Freshwater Ecosystems, P. Firth, S. G. Fisher, 234249, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1990.
  • Thibodeaux, L. J., J. O. Boyle, Bed form generated convective transport in bottom sediment, Nature, 325, 341343, 1987.
  • Todd, D. K., Groundwater, Handbook of Applied Hydrology, V. T. Chow, 13.113.55, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1964.
  • Triska, F. J., V. C. Kennedy, R. J. Avanzino, G. W. Zellweger, K. E. Bencala, Retention and transport of nutrients in a third-order stream in northwestern California: Hyporheic Processes, Ecology, 70, 18931905, 1989.
  • Valett, H. M., Surface-hyporheic interactions in a Sonoran Desert stream: Hydrologic exchange and diel periodicity, Hydrobiologia, 259, 133144, 1993.
  • Valett, H. M., S. G. Fisher, N. B. Grimm, E. H. Stanley, A. J. Boulton, Hyporheic-surface exchange: Implications for the structure and functioning of desert stream ecosystems, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water EcologyJ. A. Stanford, J. J. Simons, 395405Am. Water Resour. Assoc., Bethesda, Md., 1992.
  • Vaux, W. G., Intergravel flow and interchange of water in a stream bed, Fish. Bull., 66, 479489, 1968.
  • Vomocil, J. A., Porosity, Methods of Soil Analysis, part 1, C. A. Black, 299314, Am. Soc. of Agron., Madison, Wis., 1965.
  • Von Gunten, H. R., G. Karametaxas, U. Krahenbuhl, M. Kuslys, R. Giovanoli, E. Hoehn, R. Keil, Seasonal biogeochemical cycles in riverborne ground-water, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 55, 35973609, 1991.
  • White, D. S., C. H. Elzinga, S. P. Hendricks, Temperature patterns within the hyporheic zone of a northern Michigan river, J. N. Am. Benthological Soc., 6, 8591, 1987.
  • Winter, T. C., Numerical simulation of steady state, three-dimensional groundwater flow near lakes, Water Resour. Res., 14, 245254, 1978.
  • Winter, T. C., A physiographic and climatic framework for hydrologic studies of wetlands, Aquatic Ecosystems in Semiarid Regions: Implications for Resource Management, NHRI Symp. Ser., 7R. D. Roberts, M. L. Bothwell, 127148, Env. Can., Saskatoon, 1992.
  • Wondzell, S. M., F. J. Swanson, Seasonal and storm dynamics of the hyporheic zone of a 4th-order mountain stream, I, Hydrologic processes, J. N. Am. Benthological Soc., 15, 319, 1996.
  • Wroblicky, G. J., Numerical modeling of stream-groundwater interactions, near-stream flowpaths, and hyporheic zone hydrodynamics of two first-order mountain stream-aquifer systems, Masters thesis,Univ. of N. M., Albuquerque, 1995.
  • Wroblicky, G. J., M. E. Campana, C. N. Dahm, H. M. Valett, J. A. Morrice, K. S. Henry, M. A. Baker, Simulation of stream-groundwater exchange and near stream flow paths of two first-order mountain streams using MODFLOW, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water EcologyJ. A. Stanford, H. Maurice Valett, 187196Am. Water Resour. Soc., Bethesda, Md., 1994.