Skuyler Poage Herzog

Indiana University | Postdoctoral Fellow

Subject Areas: Hydrology,Stream Restoration,Stormwater

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This resource contains an English translation of P.A. Chappuis' article "A new biotope of aquatic underground fauna" and a copy of the original “Un nouveau biotope de la faune souterraine aquatique” published in 1946 in the Bulletin de la Section Scientifique de l’Académie Roumaine, 29: 1-8. The article was translated by S.P. Herzog, edited by A. Herzog Howell, and the translation also includes a prefatory note by A.S. Ward and S.P. Herzog. Chappuis' article was the first to identify the new biotope that would later by named the hyporheic zone (i.e., by T. Orghidan in 1955). We hope that by making this article available to English speakers, a new generation of scientists will learn more about the origins of hyporheic science and be inspired as they make their own discoveries.

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This collection aggregates educational resources for instructors teaching hydrology, water resources, and related fields. Entries in this collection are owned and managed by the creators of the items within this collection - this entry serves to provide a single location to organize these files.

Attribution of content should be to the authors who have contributed in the 'collection contents', not to this HydroShare entry.

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Model input data (e.g., streambed topography, water surface) and metrics for particle tracks (e.g., release location, upwelling location, flowpath length and timescale, velocity at release location) for the article "Multi-scale feature-feature interactions control patterns of hyporheic exchange in a simulated headwater mountain stream" published in Water Resources Research (2019) by Herzog, Ward, and Wondzell.

See Readme files (available as .docx and as .pdf) for more details on the included information.

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ABSTRACT:

Model input data (e.g., streambed topography, water surface) and metrics for particle tracks (e.g., release location, upwelling location, flowpath length and timescale, velocity at release location) for the article "Multi-scale feature-feature interactions control patterns of hyporheic exchange in a simulated headwater mountain stream" published in Water Resources Research (2019) by Herzog, Ward, and Wondzell.

See Readme files (available as .docx and as .pdf) for more details on the included information.

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Created: April 24, 2020, 2:10 p.m.
Authors: Ward, Adam · Herzog, Skuyler · Barnes, Rebecca · Bales, Jerad · Ross, Matthew · Basu, Nandita · Yoder, Landon · Jefferson, Anne · Habib, Emad · Covino, Tim · Maertens, Julie

ABSTRACT:

This collection aggregates educational resources for instructors teaching hydrology, water resources, and related fields. Entries in this collection are owned and managed by the creators of the items within this collection - this entry serves to provide a single location to organize these files.

Attribution of content should be to the authors who have contributed in the 'collection contents', not to this HydroShare entry.

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ABSTRACT:

This resource contains an English translation of P.A. Chappuis' article "A new biotope of aquatic underground fauna" and a copy of the original “Un nouveau biotope de la faune souterraine aquatique” published in 1946 in the Bulletin de la Section Scientifique de l’Académie Roumaine, 29: 1-8. The article was translated by S.P. Herzog, edited by A. Herzog Howell, and the translation also includes a prefatory note by A.S. Ward and S.P. Herzog. Chappuis' article was the first to identify the new biotope that would later by named the hyporheic zone (i.e., by T. Orghidan in 1955). We hope that by making this article available to English speakers, a new generation of scientists will learn more about the origins of hyporheic science and be inspired as they make their own discoveries.

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