Variables: Day of Year,Depth, DOC, Components GG-SQ1:GG-P2, Percent Protein, Ftot, (GG-P1:GG-P1+GG-P2), Components C1_DOC:C8_DOC, Percent Protein_DOC, Ftot_DOC, (GG-P1:GG-P1+GG-P2)_DOC, Percent GG-SQ1: Percent GG-P2_DOC, FI, max emission at 370nm, a254nm, HIX, BIX
Date Range: (2013-03-21 to 2013-07-18)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Margaret A. Burns; Holly R. Barnard
Contact: Holly R. Barnard, email@example.com
Field Area: Gordon Gulch
Dissolved organic matter, fluorescence, PARAFAC, subsurface flow, snow melt, ecohydrology, DOY = Day of Year, DOC = Dissolved Organic Carbon, DOM = Dissolved Organic Matter, FI = Fluorescence Index, HIX = Humification Index, BIX = Freshness Index,
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
Cory, R. M., M.P. Miller, D.M. McKnight, J.J. Guerard, and P.L. Miller (2010). Effect of instrument-specific response on the analysis of fulvic acid fluorescence spectra, Limnol and Oceanography Meth, 8,67–78. Gabor, R.S., M.A. Burns, R.H. Lee, J.B. Elg, C.J. Kemper, H.R. Barnard, and D.M. McKnight. Variations in the chemistry of water-soluble organic matter across a catchment: A spectroscopic investigation. Submitted to: Environ Sci & Techol, 2014. Lawaetz, A J., and C.A. Stedmon (2009). Fluorescence intensity calibration using the Raman scatter peak of water. Applied Spectroscopy, 63(8), 936–940. doi:10.1366/000370209788964548 McKnight, D.M., E.W. Boyer, P.K. Westerhoff, P.T. Doran, T. Kulbe, and D.T. Anderson (2001). Spectrofluorometric characterization of dissolved organic matter for indication of precursor organic material and aromaticity. Limnol and Oceanography, 46(1), 38-48. Ohno, T. (2002). Fluorescence inner-filtering correction for determining the humification index of dissolved organic matter. Environ Sci and Technol, 36(4), 742–6. Parlanti, E., K. Wo, L. Geo, and M. Lamotte (2000). Dissolved organic matter fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool to estimate biological activity in a coastal zone submitted to anthropogenic inputs, Organic Geochemistry, 31, 1765–1781. Wilson, H.F., and M.A. Xenopoulous (2008). Effects of agricultural land use on the composition of fluvial dissolved organic matter. Nature Geoscience, doi: 101038/NGE0391. Zsolnay, A., E. Baigar, M. Jimenez, B. Steinweg, and F. Saccomandi (1999). Differentiating with fluorescence spectroscopy the sources of dissolved organic matter in soils subjected to drying. Chemosphere, 38(1), 45-50.
Margaret A. Burns; Holly R. Barnard (2013). "CZO Dataset: Gordon Gulch: Lower - Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM), Lysimeter Water Samples Chemistry, Groundwater Chemistry (2013)." Retrieved 21 Feb 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/3894/
Reconciling stream dissolved organic matter with snowmelt-driven subsurface flowpaths in a montane, headwater catchment (Invited). Barnard H., Burns M., McKnight D., Gabor R., Brooks P. (2014): Abstract H53K-03 presented at 2014 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 Dec.
Transport and Transformation of Dissolved Organic Matter in Soil Interstitial Water Across Forested, Montane Hillslopes. Burns M.A., McKnight M.D., Gabor R.S., Brooks P.D., Barnard H.R. (2013): Abstract H23F-1340 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 Dec.
Support for data was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science Program (DOE Award #: DE-SC0006968; PI: Holly DE-SC0006968
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