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White Clay Creek Transect A floodplain, Transect C - Climate, Stable Isotopes, Well Water Levels (2012)

Variables:  pH, Temperature, Specific conductance, Alkalinity_ total, Oxygen-18, Deuterium, Water level, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, Sodium, Silicon, Sulfur

Date Range:  (2012-2012)

Dataset Creators/Authors:  Karwan, Diana L., Lazareva, Olesya

Contact:  Olesya Lazareva, University of Delaware Environmental Institute, Newark DE , 19716 Diana L. Karwan, Department of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108

Field Area:   Agricultural Endmember: South Branch Doe Run | Boulton Run | Transect A

Description
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Acknowledgements
  • Description

    Diana Karwan, Olesya Lazareva, Donald L. Sparks, Anthony Aufdenkampe
    The Christina River Basin-Critical Zone Observatory (CRB-CZO), located in the Piedmont region of Southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware, is a partnership between the University of Delaware and the Stroud Water Research Center. At Transect A of the White Clay Creek Watershed (WCCW) of the CRB-CZO, the composition of soil pore-waters and stream was investigated to understand how the geochemical dynamics of Fe- and Mn- along redox gradients affect the C cycle within a floodplain aquifer.
    Soil pore-water was collected with in-situ borosilicate glass samplers (50 mm long, 20 mm diameter, 1 μm pore size, Ecotech, Germany) with the attached PTFE (Teflon) tubes (3/1.5 mm i.d./o.d) to sampling bottle. Six samplers were deployed on both sides of the floodplain within a 10-40 cm thick dark organic-rich silty soil that represents a buried pre-settlement wetland soil, underlain gravel, and stream. No pore-water was extracted from the pre-settlement deposits due to unsaturated conditions. Water sampling was carried out for about 14 months (July, 2011 - September, 2012) on biweekly basis except last 2 months in order to evaluate temporal and spatial biogeochemical dynamics of floodplain aquifer under a variety of meteorological and hydrologic conditions. In total, 103 soil pore-water samples were collected and analyzed for DOC, Fe and Mn, pH, temperature, alkalinity, conductivity, major anions, major cations, δD, and δ18O.
  • Keywords

    Hydrology, water isotopes, White Clay Creek Watershed, Transect

  • Citation for This Dataset

    Karwan and Lazareva, 2012

    Citation for This Webpage

    Karwan, Diana L., Lazareva, Olesya (2012). "CZO Dataset: White Clay Creek Transect A floodplain, Transect C - Climate, Stable Isotopes, Well Water Levels (2012)." Retrieved 20 Sep 2017, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/2978/

  • Acknowledgements

    Funding

    National Science Foundation, Earth Sciences Division 0724971

Data

Transect A floodplain, transect C - Climate, Stable Isotopes and Well Water Levels 2012

(ate/)   Data Level 1,  [Private]

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