CarrerRousseauSt-HilaireEtAl2011

Reference

Carrer, G., Rousseau, A.N., St-Hilaire, A., Jutras, S. (2011) Hydrological dynamics of a boreal patterned fen peatland: groundwater and surface water interactions. In Proceedings of GeoHydro 2011. Québec (Qc), Canada, page 6.

Abstract

Patterned peatlands occupy a large portion of the northern boreal region of Quebec. Therefore, it is important to explicitly account for these ecosystems in deterministic hydrological models which are used for inflow forecasting. Therefore, there is a need to further our understanding of the interactions between groundwater and surface water of a patterned fen. One hundred and twenty one (121) wells and piezometers were installed in ridges and pools of the studied peatland. Preliminary results show: (i) a short period of hydrological disconnection when the water table becomes low, and (ii) high water levels in piezometers are not due to a groundwater input. We suppose the staircase morphology of these environments to be at the origin of these hydrological profiles.

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@INPROCEEDINGS { CarrerRousseauSt-HilaireEtAl2011,
    AUTHOR = { Carrer, G. and Rousseau, A.N. and St-Hilaire, A. and Jutras, S. },
    TITLE = { Hydrological dynamics of a boreal patterned fen peatland: groundwater and surface water interactions },
    BOOKTITLE = { Proceedings of GeoHydro 2011 },
    YEAR = { 2011 },
    PAGES = { 6 },
    ADDRESS = { Québec (Qc), Canada },
    ABSTRACT = { Patterned peatlands occupy a large portion of the northern boreal region of Quebec. Therefore, it is important to explicitly account for these ecosystems in deterministic hydrological models which are used for inflow forecasting. Therefore, there is a need to further our understanding of the interactions between groundwater and surface water of a patterned fen. One hundred and twenty one (121) wells and piezometers were installed in ridges and pools of the studied peatland. Preliminary results show: (i) a short period of hydrological disconnection when the water table becomes low, and (ii) high water levels in piezometers are not due to a groundwater input. We suppose the staircase morphology of these environments to be at the origin of these hydrological profiles. },
    OWNER = { amriv2 },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2012.07.16 },
}

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