Understanding process dynamics at aquifer‐surface water interfaces: An introduction to the special section on new modeling approaches and novel experimental technologies
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This paper introduces the special section on “new modeling approaches and novel experimental technologies for improved understanding of process dynamics at aquifer‐surface water interfaces.” It is contextualizing the framework for the 27 research papers of the special section by firth identifying research gaps and imminent challenges for ecohydrological research at aquifer‐surface water interfaces and then discussing the specific paper contributions on (i) new developments in temperature/heat tracing at GW‐SW interfaces, (ii) new methods to capture the temporal and spatial variability of groundwater—surface water exchange, (iii) new approaches in modeling aquifer‐river exchange flow, and (iv) new concepts and advanced theory of groundwater—surface water exchange.
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