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Solute transport and storage mechanisms in wetlands of the Everglades, south Florida
Figures, Table & Equations
FiguresFigure 1. Photograph from the head of experimental flume facility "A" in Everglades National Park looking south toward the flume outlet (100 m away).
Figure 2. (a) Map showing general location of tracer study in southern Everglades; (b) Plan view showing locations of the tracer injection source and surface water sampling tubes in the experimental channel; and, (c) Cross section showing positions of the tracer injection soaker hoses, surface and subsurface water sampling tubes, and layers of vegetation.
Figure 3. Plot showing observed and averaged concentrations of Br tracer during the 2 day tracer experiment.
Figure 5. Plot showing observed and simulated concentrations of Br tracer for several hours proceeding and for 27 hours following the cutoff of the tracer injection.
Figure 6. Plot showing observed concentrations of Br tracer in pore water compared with simulated concentrations for storage zones 1 and 2 and for the main flow zone in surface water.
TableTable 1. Parameter Values for the Zero-, One-, and Two-Storage Zone Transport Simulations.
EquationsEquation 1. Governing equation of the OTIS-2stor module.
Equation 2. Governing equation of the OTIS-2stor module.
Equation 3. Governing equation of the OTIS-2stor module.
Equation 4. Equation for model selection criterion (MSC).
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