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Betasso & Gordon Gulch - Precipitation - Water Chemistry (BT-GGU_P_Canopy-Open) (2011-2014)

Betasso and Gordon Gulch Precipitation Water Chemistry. Group ID: BT-GGU_P_Canopy-Open

Variables:  Location, Collection Date, Collection Time, Air Temp(C), Cloud Cover(%), Water Temp(C), Wind,(Major Ions and Si)H+(uEQ/L) Ca++(ppm), Ca++(uEQ/L), K+(ppm), K+(uEQ/L), Mg++(ppm), Mg++(uEQ/L), Na+(ppm), Na+(uEQ/L), NH4+(uEQ/L), Cl-(ppm), Cl-(uEQ/L), NO3-(ppm), NO3-(uEQ/L), SO4=(ppm), SO4=(uEQ/L), Si ICP Centrifuge(ppm), Si ICP(ppm), SiO2 Colorimetric(uM/L), SiO2 ICP Centrifuge(ppm), SiO2 ICP(ppm), SUM+, SUM-, Charge Bal, % Diff Charge Bal, ANC(uEQ/L), ANC(mg/L), (Nutrients)DOC mg C/L, IN(uM/L), PN(uM/L), TN(uM/L), DON(uM/L), TDN(uM/L), IP(uM/L), PP(uM/L), TP(uM/L), DOP(uM/L), TDP(uM/L), Phaeophytin(ug/L),(Water Isotopes) D-EXCESS/mill, d18O/mill, d18 1sigma, dD/mill, Tritium(TU), Tritium 1sigma, Lab Conductivity, Field Conductivity

Date Range:  (2011-05-12 to 2014-11-15)

Dataset Creators/Authors:  Suzanne Anderson

Contact:  bcczodata@colorado.edu

Field Area:   Betasso | Gordon Gulch

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  • Description

    Precipitation samples were collected within the Boulder Creek Watershed at Betasso and Gordon Gulch from 2011 to current. Precipitation samples were collected as rain water, from both open and canopied locations, and as snow from designated snow sampling locations. Samples were filtered by Boulder Creek CZO Water Chemistry Lab with 0.45µm and 1µm filters. Samples were analyzed for conductivity, major ions, alkalinity, nutrients and organics, and water isotopes. Major ions analyzed included H+, Ca+, K+, Mg2+, Na+, NH4+, Cl-, NO3-, SO4-, Si, and SiO2. Nutrients and organics analyzed mainly included DOC, TDN, IP, DOP, and TDP. Water isotopes analyzed included O18 and D.

    Sensor array IDs and descriptions-
    GGU_P_Canopy, Precip. Collector, Water Chemistry, Precipitation sample collection apparatus
    GGU_P_Open, Precip. Collector, Water Chemistry, Precipitation sample collection apparatus
    BT_P_Met_Open, Precip. Collector, Water Chemistry, Precipitation sample collection apparatus
    BT_P_Canopy, Precip. Collector, Water Chemistry, Precipitation sample collection apparatus

    Comments
    METHODS: Starting in 2011, Betasso and Gordon Gulch precipitation samples were analyzed by the Kiowa Laboratory (conductivity, alkalinity, cations, anions, O18, deuterium, and tritium) and by the Organic Matter Spectroscopy Laboratory (nutrients and organics). From 2011 to present, Betasso and Gordon Gulch precipitation water samples were analyzed by the Boulder Creek CZO Lab (conductivity, alkalinity, and anions), the Organic Matter Spectroscopy Laboratory (nutrients and organics), the Laboratory for Environmental and Geological Sciences (cations), and the Barnard Ecohydrology Lab (O18 and deuterium).
  • Keywords

    Precipitation, Chemistry

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    http://criticalzone.org/boulder/data/xml-metadata-test/3639/

    XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.

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    Suzanne Anderson (2014). "CZO Dataset: Betasso & Gordon Gulch - Precipitation (2011-2014) - Water Chemistry (BT-GGU_P_Canopy-Open)." Retrieved 15 Dec 2017, from http://criticalzone.org/boulder/data/dataset/3639/

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Betasso & Gordon Gulch - Precipitation Water Chemistry

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