How do changes in surface to sub-surface hydrological interactions influence the relative abundance of nitrifiers and denitrifiers in biofilms of the hyporheic zones of WWTP-receiving streams?
Baranov, V., D. Milošević, M. J. Kurz, J. P. Zarnetske, F. Sabater, E. Marti, A. Robertson, T. Brandt, A. Sorolla, J. Lewandowski, and S. Krause. 2017. Helophyte impacts on the response of hyporheic invertebrate communities to inundation events in intermittent streams. Ecohydrology:e1857-n/a.
Ribot, M., S. Bernal, M. Nikolakopoulou, T. N. Vaessen, J. Cochero, E. Gacia, A. Sorolla, A. Argerich, F. Sabater, M. Isnard, and E. Martí. 2017. Enhancement of carbon and nitrogen removal by helophytes along subsurface water flowpaths receiving treated wastewater. Science of the Total Environment 599–600:1667-1676.
Nikolakopoulou, M., A. Argerich, J. D. Drummond, E. Gacia, E. Martí, A. Sorolla, and F. Sabater. Emergent macrophyte root architecture controls subsurface solute transport. Water Resources Research.
Explanatory panel of the Urban River Lab.