Cover image for Texas Water Journal, Volume 14, Number 1: Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park, Texas. (©2022 Rob Doyle, Pluto911 Photography)
The Texas Water Journal has published a new article in volume 14, titled Discrete Streamflow Measurements and Waterborne Self-Potential Logging of a 43-Kilometer-Long Reach of the Elm Fork Trinity River Upstream from Dallas, Texas, by Jonathan V. Thomas, Scott J. Ikard, Roger K. Trader and David Rodriguez.
The purpose of this study was to investigate areas of gaining and losing streamflow under various streamflow and seasonal climatic conditions.
According to the abstract, continuous and discrete streamflow data were combined with waterborne self-potential (WaSP), surface-water temperature and surface-water conductivity surveys obtained along an approximately 43-kilometer (26.7 miles) surveyed reach of the Elm Fork Trinity River upstream from Dallas, Texas.
To learn more, read the full article.
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