Aquatic interfaces

A hydrodynamic and ecological perspective

Andrea Marion, Vladimir Nikora, Sara Puijalon, Tjeed Bouma, Katinka Koll, Francesco Ballio, Simon Tait, Mattia Zaramella, Alexander Sukhodolov, Matthew O'Hare, Geraldene Wharton, Jochen Aberle, Matteo Tregnaghi, Heidi Nepf, Gary Parker, Bernhard Statzner

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Abstract

Ecologically-appropriate management of natural and constructed surface water bodies has become increasingly important given the growing anthropogenic pressures, statutory regulations, and climate-change impacts on environmental quality. The development of management strategies requires that a number of knowledge gaps be addressed through interdisciplinary research efforts particularly focusing on the water-biota and water-sediment interfaces where most critical biophysical processes occur. This paper discusses the current state of affairs in this field and highlights potential paths to resolve critical issues, such as hydrodynamically-driven mass transport processes at interfaces and associated responses of organisms through the development of traits. The roles of experimental methods, theoretical modelling, statistical tools, and conceptual upscaling methods in future research are discussed from both engineering and ecological perspectives. The aim is to attract the attention of experienced and emerging hydraulic and environmental researchers to this research area, which is likely to bring new and exciting discoveries at the discipline borders.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)744-758
Number of pages15
JournalJournal of Hydraulic Research
Volume52
Issue number6
Early online date17 Nov 2014
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Hydrodynamics
hydrodynamics
Pressure regulation
upscaling
sediment-water interface
mass transport
Surface waters
transport process
environmental quality
Climate change
biota
Water
Sediments
Mass transfer
Hydraulics
hydraulics
surface water
engineering
climate change
modeling

Keywords

  • flow-biota interactions
  • hydrodynamics
  • interfaces
  • sediments
  • wetlands

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Marion, A., Nikora, V., Puijalon, S., Bouma, T., Koll, K., Ballio, F., ... Statzner, B. (2014). Aquatic interfaces: A hydrodynamic and ecological perspective. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 52(6), 744-758. https://doi.org/10.1080/00221686.2014.968887

Aquatic interfaces : A hydrodynamic and ecological perspective. / Marion, Andrea; Nikora, Vladimir; Puijalon, Sara; Bouma, Tjeed; Koll, Katinka; Ballio, Francesco; Tait, Simon; Zaramella, Mattia; Sukhodolov, Alexander; O'Hare, Matthew; Wharton, Geraldene; Aberle, Jochen; Tregnaghi, Matteo; Nepf, Heidi; Parker, Gary; Statzner, Bernhard.

In: Journal of Hydraulic Research, Vol. 52, No. 6, 2014, p. 744-758.

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Marion, A, Nikora, V, Puijalon, S, Bouma, T, Koll, K, Ballio, F, Tait, S, Zaramella, M, Sukhodolov, A, O'Hare, M, Wharton, G, Aberle, J, Tregnaghi, M, Nepf, H, Parker, G & Statzner, B 2014, 'Aquatic interfaces: A hydrodynamic and ecological perspective', Journal of Hydraulic Research, vol. 52, no. 6, pp. 744-758. https://doi.org/10.1080/00221686.2014.968887
Marion, Andrea ; Nikora, Vladimir ; Puijalon, Sara ; Bouma, Tjeed ; Koll, Katinka ; Ballio, Francesco ; Tait, Simon ; Zaramella, Mattia ; Sukhodolov, Alexander ; O'Hare, Matthew ; Wharton, Geraldene ; Aberle, Jochen ; Tregnaghi, Matteo ; Nepf, Heidi ; Parker, Gary ; Statzner, Bernhard. / Aquatic interfaces : A hydrodynamic and ecological perspective. In: Journal of Hydraulic Research. 2014 ; Vol. 52, No. 6. pp. 744-758.
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