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Application of the Damköhler concept to characterize the transformation efficiencies of riparian wetlands

Sven Frei1
1 Hydrologie, Universität Bayreuth

P 6.2 in Groundwater, soil and surface water interactions

The Damköhler concept has proven to be a useful tool in chemical engineering to characterize the interaction between reaction and transport timescales. However, its application in natural systems like catchments has proven to be very difficult, mainly because the necessary information to calculate Damköhler numbers is very difficult to obtain. In this modeling study we are using the Damköhler concept to characterize the transformation efficiencies of riparian wetlands.



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