Journal article

Zero or not? Causes and consequences of zero-flow stream gage readings

Margaret A Zimmer, Kendra E Kaiser, Joanna R Blaszczak, Samuel C Zipper, John C Hammond, Ken M Fritz, Katie H Costigan, Jacob Hosen, Sarah E Godsey, George H Allen, Stephanie Kampf, Ryan M Burrows, Corey A Krabbenhoft, Walter Dodds, Rebecca Hale, Julian D Olden, Margaret Shanafield, Amanda G DelVecchia, Adam S Ward, Meryl C Mims Show all

Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Water | WILEY | Published : 2020

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Funding Acknowledgements

This manuscript is a product of the Dry Rivers Research Coordination Network, which was supported by funding from the National Science Foundation (DEB-1754389). DelVecchia was supported in part by funding from NSF DEB-1830178. Dodds was supported in part by NSF Konza Long Term Ecological Research grant number 1440484. Godsey was supported in part by NSF award EAR-1653998. Kaiser was supported in part by the Department of Energy Office of Science Multisector Dynamics Program. Shanafield was supported in part by funding from the Australian Research Council under grant DE150100302. Ward was supported in part by Department of Energy award DE-SC0019377 and NSF award EAR-1652293. The opinions expressed are those of the researchers, and not necessarily the funding agencies. Although this work was reviewed by the USGS and USEPA, and approved for publication, it might not necessarily reflect official USEPA policy. Any use of trade, firm, or product names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. The authors thank Heather Golden, Brent Johnson, Rosemary Fanelli, Albert Ruhi, as well as two anonymous reviewers for helpful comments on earlier versions of the manuscript. USGS data used to support this study are available from the U.S. Geological Survey National Water Information System database (U.S. Geological Survey, 2019). For the exact dataset used in this study, see: Hammond (2020).