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Stream water chemistry data for Saddle stream (007) from 1994/5/17 - ongoing, daily to weekly

Data set creator(s): Mark Williams

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Abstract:

This is a summary of major ion concentrations for stream water samples collected at the outflow of the Saddle stream, near Saddle grid point 007 on Niwot Ridge.

Location:

Sampling location was the outflow of the Saddle stream near Saddle grid point 007.

Date Range:

1994/5/17 - ongoing

Frequency:

daily to weekly

Variables:

pH, conductance, acid neutralizing capacity, H+, NH4+, Ca++, Mg++, Na+, K+, Cl-, NO3-, SO4--, PO4---, Si, cation sum, anion sum, charge balance, total N, total dissolved N, particulate N, dissolved organic N, inorganic N, total P, total dissolved P, particulate P, dissolved organic P, inorganic P, delta 18O, delta Deuterium, D excess, total organic C, dissolved organic C, particulate organic C

Location: Saddle stream (007)

At a glance:
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Saddle site
Elevation: 3500 m

 

Location Group: Saddle

Found within: Niwot Ridge (USFS - UNESCO Biosphere Reserve)
Located in: USFS - UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
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More data from: Saddle

Core Data Set: yes Core Area: Inorganic nutrients, Organic matter dynamics
Discipline: Biogeochemistry, Hydrology
Award Or Grant: DEB 1027341

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Williams, Mark. 2017. Stream water chemistry data for Saddle stream (007) from 1994/5/17 - ongoing, daily to weekly. http://niwot.colorado.edu

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement #DEB-1637686. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necesarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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