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Items where Author is "Durighetto, Nicola"

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Durighetto, Nicola and Botter, Gianluca (2022) On the relationship between active network length and catchment discharge. [Data Collection]

Botter, Gianluca and Carozzani, Anna and Peruzzo, Paolo and Durighetto, Nicola (2022) Steps dominate gas evasion from a mountain headwater stream. [Data Collection]

Botter, Gianluca and Peruzzo, Paolo and Durighetto, Nicola (2021) Heterogeneity matters: aggregation bias of reach-wise gas transfer velocity vs. energy dissipation rate relationships - DATASET. [Data Collection]

Zanetti, Francesca and Durighetto, Nicola and Vingiani, Filippo and Botter, Gianluca (2021) Analysing river network dynamics and active length - discharge relationship using water presence sensors. [Data Collection]

Vingiani, Filippo and Durighetto, Nicola and Klaus, Marcus and Schelker, Jakob and Labasque, Thierry and Botter, Gianluca (2021) Evaluating stream CO2 outgassing via drifting and anchored flux chambers in a controlled flume experiment [repository]. [Data Collection]

Senatore, Alfonso and Liotti, Alessio and Micieli, Massimo and Durighetto, Nicola and Mendicino, Giuseppe and Botter, Gianluca (2020) Monitoring and modeling drainage network contraction and dry down in Mediterranean headwater catchments. [Data Collection]

Botter, Gianluca and Vingiani, Filippo and Senatore, Alfonso and Jensen, Carrie and Weiler, Markus and McGuire, Kevin and Mendicino, Giuseppe and Durighetto, Nicola (2020) Taking the pulse of river networks: climate-driven dynamics of the active channel length in temporary streams - DATASET. [Data Collection]

Durighetto, Nicola and Vingiani, Filippo and Bertassello, Leonardo Enrico and Camporese, Matteo and Botter, Gianluca (2019) Intra-seasonal drainage network dynamics in a headwater catchment of the Italian Alps. [Data Collection]

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