Pipe dreams: the effects of stream bank soil pipes on hyporheic denitrification caused by a peak flow event


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Created: Mar 27, 2022 at 11:05 p.m.
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DOI: 10.4211/hs.e8efd71614214497998591661529f69c
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This is the data repository for the journal article entitled "Pipe dreams: the effects of stream bank soil pipes on hyporheic denitrification caused by a peak flow event" published in Water Resources Research in 2022 by W. Seth Lotts and Erich T. Hester. The repository contains all the data used to produce the figures of Lotts and Hester 2022, and input files necessary to reproduce the study. A detailed explanation of the repository's file organization, as well as detailed descriptions of file contents can be found in the master readme file in LottsHester2022_Data. Any questions regarding this repository can be directed to Erich Hester at ehester@vt.edu.

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Lotts, W. S., E. Hester (2022). Pipe dreams: the effects of stream bank soil pipes on hyporheic denitrification caused by a peak flow event, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.e8efd71614214497998591661529f69c

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