The HoTRiverS team has recently published two new articles covering river temperature research. The first of these two articles takes a look at how temperatures and heat exchange processes in streams are impacted by different types of riparian vegetation:
Dugdale, S.J., Malcolm, I.A., Kantola, K., & Hannah, D.M. (2018). Stream temperature under contrasting riparian forest cover: Understanding thermal dynamics and heat exchange processes. Science of The Total Environment, 610-611, 1375-1389
The second of these articles is a review of the current ‘state-of-the-art’ of process-based river temperature modelling, and will hopefully be useful for anyone looking to understand more about methods for stream temperature simulation:
Dugdale, S.J., Hannah, D.M., & Malcolm, I.A. (2017). River temperature modelling: A review of process-based approaches and future directions. Earth-Science Reviews, DOI: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2017.10.009
If you’d like a copy of either of the articles, please contact a member of the HoTRiverS team.