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Construction Endmember: White Clay Creek below landfill

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1.3 km2   Area

138 - 200 m   Elev

12 °C   Temp

1145 mm   Precip

Parent Field Area:
Christina River Basin ▲

J. Denis Newbold (CRB-CZO Investigator)at the construction endmember field area. Photo: Anthony Audenkampe (Stroud)

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metasediments

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Ultisol

Biome

deciduous forest

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agricultural land, forest land, urban or built-up land

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    Christina River Basin - Stream Suspended Sediment (1993-2012)
    20 components    Boulton Run, Christina River Basin, Forest Endmember: Spring Brook, White Clay Creek @ SWRC, Construction Endmember: White Clay Creek below landfill, Lower White Clay Creek, Agricultural Endmember: South Branch Doe Run    Water Chemistry, Geomorphology, Biogeochemistry, Hydrology, Geochemistry / Mineralogy    Aufdenkampe, A.K.; Newbold, J.D.; Anderson, B. A.; Richardson, D.; Damiano, S.G.

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    CRB-CZO Construction Endmember Field Area

    White Clay Creek below landfill

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  • Geology

    • metasediments

    Construction endmember geology

  • Topography

    138 - 200 m elevation (164 m mean)

    Elevation data are based on 10m DEM data from USGS National Elevation Data.

    Construction endmember topography

  • Climate

    12 °C Mean Annual Temp
    1145 mm Mean Annual Precipitation

    There is an exceptionally long climate record for the Christina River Basin. Our figures are based on 115 years of NOAA data back to 1894 with at least one station per year having at least 360 days of non-missing records in the given year. Visit the climate tab for the entire Christina River Basin to view plots of climate data.

  • Soil

    • Ultisol

    Construction endmember soils

  • Human Impacts

    • agricultural land
    • forest land
    • urban or built-up land

    Construction endmember land use/land cover

    Land Use/ Land Cover Types (Level II)
    Category LULCID %
    Developed, Open Space 21 12.0
    Developed, Low Intensity 22 4.1
    Developed, Medium Intensity 23 1.0
    Deciduous Forest 41 16.3
    Shrub/Scrub 52 0.6
    Grassland/Herbaceous 71 0.4
    Pasture/Hay 81 26.3
    Cultivated Crops 82 39.3

     

    Land Use/ Land Cover Types (Level I)
    Category %
    Open Water 0.0
    Developed, Open Space 12.0
    Developed 5.1
    Barren Land 0.0
    Forest 16.3
    Shrub/Scrub 0.6
    Grassland/Herbaceous 0.4
    Agriculture 65.6
    Wetlands 0.0

    Land use/cover data from the National Land Cover Dataset for 2006.