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HYPORHEIC FLOW, RESIDENCE TIMES AND NITROGEN REACTIONS IN A RIFFLE-POOL SEQUENCE, TRUCKEE RIVER, NV.
Excessive algal production and subsequent decomposition contributes to fine particulate organic matter that reduces riverbed porosity and permeability and promotes microbial activity that stimulates nitrogen transformations. ...
Evapotranspiration from Irrigated Agriculture and Phreatophyte Shrubs in Nevada, and Role of Surface and Groundwater Interactions on Projected Baseflows in Snow Dominated Regions
Assessments of water resources are becoming more important as population grows and climate warms in the western U.S. and beyond. Accurate assessments of current and future water supplies rely on accurate estimation of the ...
Modeling Mercury Transport and Bioaccumulation in the Carson River and Lahontan Reservoir System, Nevada
A fully dynamic transport model is developed to capture loading mechanisms for total and dissolved mercury (Hg) species for all flow regimes in the Carson River Lahontan Reservoir (CRLR) system. The conversion of inorganic ...
Ecology of the Stalked Diatom, Didymosphenia geminata, in Sierra Nevada Streams
Demographic patterns of the freshwater stalked diatom, Didymosphenia geminata, have changed in the past twenty five years resulting in an increase in its spatial and temporal coverage in new and native streams. This ...
Assessing Carbon and Nitrogen in a Central Nevada Pinyon Woodland with Tree Encroachment and Prescribed Fire
Long term climate change, land use history, woodland encroachment, exotic grass invasions, and altered fire regimes are dramatically influencing vegetation and biogeochemical cycles in the Great Basin, U.S. Currently there ...