Contact: J.B. Bird
University of Texas at Austin
Caption: The map shows the fractional amount of surface water that is likely to enter the hyporheic zone, where it can undergo filtration. Orange and red represent areas experiencing a lower fraction of water entering the hyporheic zone. Dark blue areas approach 100 percent likelihood water will enter the zone.
Credit: Kiel and Cardenas, Jackson School of Geosciences, The University of Texas at Austin.
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