Research and analysis
The hyporheic handbook: groundwater-surface water interface and hyporheic zone for environment managers
- Environment Agency
- Part of:
- Environmental quality, Biodiversity and ecosystems, Business and the environment, Energy efficiency in buildings, Water quality Water and sewerage services, Sustainable development, Freshwater fisheries, Access to the countryside, Marine environment, Greenhouse gas emissions, and Marine fisheries
- 1 October 2009
Scientific peer reviewed multidisciplinary handbook on the current understanding of the influences on the Hyporheic Zone.
The Hyporheic Handbook: A handbook on the groundwater-surface water interface and hyporheic zone for environment managers
Ref: LIT 4318 PDF, 12.9MB, 280 pages
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The specific objectives of this handbook are to synthesise the latest research on groundwater/surface water interactions and hyporheic zone processes for the science end-user community, particularly river or catchment managers and to transfer knowledge from the research base to the science end-user community. It is also a ‘how to’, or ‘what to think about’ handbook to encourage the use of sound science in river management decisions which provides a teaching aid for post-graduate level students.
Published: 1 October 2009
From: Environment Agency
Part of: Environmental quality Biodiversity and ecosystems Business and the environment Energy efficiency in buildings Water quality Water and sewerage services Sustainable development Freshwater fisheries Access to the countryside Marine environment Greenhouse gas emissions Marine fisheries