Groundwater Storage and Recharge Distribution of a Subalpine Meadow in the Sierra Nevada, CA
The westward-draining meadows of the Sierra Nevada range are important source areas for the streamflow to surface water systems across the state of California. The aim of this study was to determine if reconnecting the floodplain led to increased evaporation. Can we connect geophysics and geochemistry to resolve areas of evaporation?
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