Valfredda

Rietholzbach

Turbolo

Montecalvello

Dynamical River Networks: climatic controls and biogeochemical function

Despite the ubiquity of expansion and retraction dynamics of flowing streams, the large majority of biogeochemical and hydrological studies conceive river networks as static elements of the landscape, and a coherent framework to quantify nature and extent of drainage network dynamics is lacking. The implications of this phenomenon extend far beyond hydrology and involve key ecological and biogeochemical function of riparian corridors.    More…

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