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Results from this summer’s fieldwork were presented at the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco this December.

Stefan Krause et al. gave a talk entitled ‘Unraveling the Drivers of Spatial and Temporal Variability in Biogeochemical Cycling at Aquifer-River Interfaces - The LEVERHULME Hyporheic Zone Research Network’.

In addition, Marie Kurz et al. gave a talk entitled ‘Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Hyporheic Respiration Under Variable Discharge Conditions’.