Aquatic Carbon Biogeochemistry of the Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest Region Workshop; Seattle, Washington, 7–10 February 2017
Overpumping and other activities that affect groundwater levels could combine with increased nitrogen runoff to amplify threats to human and environmental health.
Replacing a commonly used statistical measure of average error with an alternative measure would give a more meaningful assessment of model performance.
New framework unifies existing models for better analysis of the flowing water produced by heavy rain events.
Three-dimensional simulations suggest that some aquifers may be more vulnerable to contamination from leaky oil wells than others.
A new modeling framework offers insight into how specific lakes' water levels respond to short- and long-term climate trends.
Researchers investigate the factors that cause river terraces to form.
A model of human-water interactions in Florida's Kissimmee River Basin demonstrates the potential for sociohydrologic models to assist with strategic water management decisions.
Upper Niger River study shows that satellite altimetry could help resource managers optimize reservoir releases even on ungauged rivers.
Annual controlled floods from one of America's largest dams are rebuilding the sandbars of the iconic Colorado River.