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Christina River Basin - Stream Water Chemistry (1977-2014)

Variables:  pH,Specific Conductance,Carbon_ dissolved organic,Alkalinity_ total,Silicon,Silica,Calcium,Magnesium,Sodium, Potassium,Chloride,Sulfate,Nitrogen_ nitrate (NO3),Nitrogen_ nitrite (NO2),Nitrogen_ NH4,Nitrogen_ total kjeldahl,Nitrogen_ organic, Phosphorus_ phosphate (PO4),Phosphorus_ total,Phosphorus_ total dissolved, Turbidity, Aluminum_ dissolved, Arsenic_ dissolved, Boron_ dissolved, Chromium_ dissolved, Copper_ dissolved, Iron_ dissolved, Lead_ dissolved, Manganese_ dissolved, Sulfur_ dissolved, Zinc_ dissolved, Temperature, Oxygen_ dissolved, SUVA254

Date Range:  (1977-2014)

Dataset Creators/Authors:  Kaplan, L. A.; Newbold, J. D.; Aufdenkampe, A. K.; Anderson, B. A.; Damiano, S.G.

Contact:  Sara G. Damiano, Stroud Water Research Center, 970 Spencer Road, Avondale, PA 19311. sdamiano@stroudcenter.org

Field Area:   White Clay Creek @ SWRC

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Data

Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2001

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2002

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2003

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2004

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2005

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2006

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2007

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2008

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2009

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2010

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2001

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2002

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2003

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2004

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2005

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2006

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2007

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2008

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2009

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Baseflow/Grab Samples 2010

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2011

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water Chemistry Stormflow/Automatic Samples 2012

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water DOC 1977

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water DOC 2011

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water DOC 2013

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Upper White Clay Creek - Stream Water DOC 2014

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