DiHPS - A Distributed Heat Pulse Sensor Network for the quantification of subsurface heat and water fluxes
This project is designed to improve our understanding of hyporheic zones – interfaces that connect river water and groundwater – and their importance for hydrological and ecological processes and biogeochemical cycling.
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Our international research team comprises scientists from across the globe.
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Hyporheic zone tracer injection at the Selke River (Germany) to investigate microbial metabolic activity in streambed sediments