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Critical Transitions in Water and Environmental Resources Management
Effects of channel incision on sand-bed stream carbon reservoirs were examined. Channel incision may deplete hyporheic zone C stores due to bed erosion, less frequent hydrologic exchanges between stream and floodplain, and paucity of riparian vegetation and large woody debris. Presented are organic C concentrations found in hyporheic sediments before and after an incised stream rehabilitation project and in three adjacent streams in northern Mississippi. The sampled streams comprise a spectrumdoi:10.1061/40737(2004)416 fatcat:6qbkpaevinh23jp7bm5izwhqiq