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Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry (2011-2017)

Jemez River Basin Soil Solution Chemistry

Variables:  pH, Electrical conductivity, Carbon dissolved inorganic, Carbon dissolved organic, Nitrogen total dissolved, Fluoride dissolved, Chloride dissolved, Nitrogen dissolved nitrite (NO2), Bromide dissolved, Nitrogen dissolved nitrate (NO3), Sulfate dissolved, Phosphorus orthophosphate dissolved, Beryllium dissolved, Boron dissolved, Sodium dissolved, Magnesium dissolved, Aluminum dissolved, Silicon dissolved, Phosphorus dissolved, Potassium dissolved, Calcium dissolved, Titanium dissolved, Vanadium dissolved, Chromium dissolved, Manganese dissolved, Iron dissolved, Cobalt dissolved, Nickel dissolved, Copper dissolved, Zinc dissolved, Arsenic dissolved, Selenium dissolved, Strontium dissolved, Yttrium dissolved, Zirconium dissolved, Molybdenum dissolved, Silver dissolved, Cadmium dissolved, Tin dissolved, Antimony dissolved, Barium dissolved, Lanthanum dissolved, Cerium dissolved, Praseodymium dissolved, Neodymium dissolved, Samarium dissolved, Europium dissolved, Gadolinium dissolved, Terbium dissolved, Dysprosium dissolved, Holmium dissolved, Erbium dissolved, Thulium dissolved, Ytterbium dissolved, Lutetium dissolved, Thallium dissolved, Lead dissolved, Uranium dissolved, delta-13C of DIC, delta-D of H2O, delta-18O of H2O, Nitrogen NH4, Fluorescence index, Humification index, UVA254, UVA280, SUVA254, SUVA280.

Date Range:  (2011-03-15 to 2017-10-13)

Dataset Creators/Authors:  Jon Chorover; Julia Perdrial; Jennifer McIntosh; Peter Troch; Mary Key Amistadi; Mark Losleben; Katherine Condon; Shawn Alexander Pedron

Contact:  Jon Chorover, Department of Soil, Water and Environmental Science, University of Arizona, 1177 E. 4th Street, Tucson, AZ 85721, chorover@email.arizona.edu

Field Area:   Jemez River Basin

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  • Description

    Soil solution samples in the JRB field sites are collected with two types of soil solution samples: i) Prenart Super Quartz suction cups (www.prenart.dk). Prenart suction cups are optimized for all chemistry analyses and were installed without addition of Si-slurry to allow for artifact-free Si analyses. Applied suction for each Prenart is ~ 60kPa. ii) Custom made, fiberglass wick-based passive capillary wick samplers (PCaps, Perdrial et al. 2012). PCaps are optimized for water flux determination and sampling for organic carbon, most anions and metals. PCap samples should however not be used for major cations (Na, Mg, Si, K, Ca) and dissolved inorganic carbon because of artifacts from the fiberglass materials (see Perdrial et al in prep. For a complete list). Passive suction, based on the length of the hanging water column, is ~3 kPa. Soil solution samplers were installed in each of six pits in the Mixed Conifer Zero Order Basin (MC-ZOB) and the fire impacted site (burn ZOB) at 3 (PCaps) and 4 (Prenarts) depth, respectively. Pit locations were selected to capture differences in catchment aspect (MC-ZOB SE facing: Pit 3 and 4, NW facing: Pit 1 and 6), landscape position (MC-ZOB: hollow Pit 2 and 5, planar Pit 1 and 6, divergent Pit 3, convergent Pit 4), elevation and burn severity (co-varying in Burn ZOB: low Pit 1 and 2, mid Pit 3, high Pit 4 to 6). All samplers are collocated with Decagon soil moisture and temperature probes.

    Comments
    Data are provisional and may be subject to revision. Installation of samplers: Julia Perdrial, Adrian Harpold, Nate Abramson and Jon Chorover. Routine collection of samples: Scott Compton, Mark Losleben, Katherine Condon.
  • Keywords

    delta-D. dD, delta-18O, d18O, delta-C, d13C, Isotopes, pH, Electrical conductivity, Carbon, Nitrogen, Fluoride, Chloride, Nitrite, NO2, Bromide, Nitrate, NO3, Sulfate, Phosphorus, Beryllium, Boron, Sodium, Magnesium, Aluminum, Silicon, Potassium, Calcium, Titanium, Vanadium, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Cobalt, Nickel, Copper, Zinc, Arsenic, Selenium, Strontium, Yttrium, Zirconium, Molybdenum, Silver, Cadmium, Tin, Antimony, Barium, Lanthanum, Cerium, Praseodymium, Neodymium, Samarium, Europium, Gadolinium, Terbium, Dysprosium, Holmium, Erbium, Thulium, Ytterbium, Lutetium, Thallium, Lead, Uranium, NH4, Orthophosphate, Fluorescence index, Humification index, UV Absorbance, UVA, SUVA, Soil Water, Cations, Anions, Metals, Valles Caldera, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico.

    XML Metadata

    criticalzone.org/national/data/xml-metadata-test/4109/

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

  • Citation for This Dataset

    The following acknowledgment should accompany any publication or citation of these data - Logistical support and/or data were provided by the NSF-supported Jemez River Basin and Santa Catalina Mountains Critical Zone Observatory EAR-0724958 and EAR-1331408. Please contact investigator for detail info and let him/her know how you are planning to use this dataset.

    Citation for This Webpage

    Jon Chorover; Julia Perdrial; Jennifer McIntosh; Peter Troch; Mary Key Amistadi; Mark Losleben; Katherine Condon; Shawn Alexander Pedron (2017). "CZO Dataset: Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry (2011-2017)." Retrieved 16 Jun 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/4109/

  • Publications

    Primary Publications

    2012

    Impacts of Sampling Dissolved Organic Matter with Passive Capillary Wicks Versus Aqueous Soil Extraction. Perdrial J.N., Perdrial N., Harpold A., Gao X., Gabor R., LaSharr K., and Chorover J. (2012): Soil Science Society of America Journal, 76: 2019–2030

  • Acknowledgements

    Funding

    National Science Foundation EAR-0724958
    National Science Foundation EAR-1331408

Data

Sites - Methods

(mez/)   Data Level 0

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2011

(1156)   Data Level 1,   DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/111156,  Metadata

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2012

(1155)   Data Level 1,   DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/111155,  Metadata

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2013

(1143)   Data Level 1,   DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/111143,  Metadata

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2014

(1144)   Data Level 1,   DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/111144,  Metadata

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2015

(1313)   Data Level 1,   DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/111313,  Metadata

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2016

(.csv)   Data Level 1,  Metadata

Jemez River Basin - Soil Water Chemistry 2017

(.csv)   Data Level 1,  Metadata

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