Variables: SiteCode, SampleCode, DateTime, Al (mg/L), Al27 (mg/L), Alkalinity (mmol/L CaCO3), Alkalinity (mg/L), Br (mg/L), Ca (mg/L), Ca43 (ug/L), Ca44 (ug/L), Ce140 (ng/L), Cl (mg/L), Co59 (ug/L), Cr52 (ug/L), Cu63 (ug/L), DO (%), DO (mg/L), Delta Deuterium (per mill), Delta Deuterium std dev, Deuterium excess (per mill), Dy164 (ng/L), EC (uS/cm), Er166 (ng/L), Eu153 (ng/L), F (mg/L), Fe (mg/L), Fe56 (ug/L), Gage_Ht, Gd157 (ng/L), H (mg/L), Ho165 (ng/L), ID na, K (mg/L), La139 (ng/L), Lu175 (ng/L), MethodCode, Mg (mg/L), Mg25 (ug/L), Mn (mg/L), Mn55 (ug/L), NH4 (mg/L), NO2 (mg/L), NO3 (mg/L), Na (mg/L), Na23 (ug/L), Nd145 (ng/L), Ni60 (ug/L), PO4 (mg/L), Pb208 (ug/L), Pr141 (ng/L), SO4 (mg/L), Sample id (na), SampleType (na), Sample_Date, SamplingMethod (na), SamplingNote (na), Si (mg/L), Si28 (mg/L), Si28 (ug/L), SiO2 (mg/L), Sm147 (ng/L), Specific Conductivity (µS/cm), Sr (mg/L), Tb159 (ng/L), Temperature (C), Tm169 (ng/L), Y89 (ng/L), Yb174 (ng/L), Zn64 (ug/L), acid-neutralizing capacity (ueq/L), acidity (ueq/L), alkalinity (ueq/L), analyzed material, anion sum, bad_filters (na), cation sum, charge balance, chemical treatment (na), date (na), date collected (yyyy-mm-dd), day (na), delta Oxygen-18 (per mill), delta Oxygen-18 std dev, descp no (na), dissolved inorganic C (mg/L), dissolved org C (mg/L), dissolved org C (ppm), dissolved org N (mg/L), dissolved org P (ug/L), evaporated (na), filter pore-size (na), hour (na), inorganic N (mg/L), inorganic P (ug/L), location (na), method (na), minute (na), month (na), pH (pH), particulate N (mg/L), particulate P (ug/L), particulate org C (mg/L), record count (na), sample preparation (na), sampling_date_JD (na), storage_time_days (na), time (na), time collected (hhmm), total N (mg/L), total P (ug/L), total dissolved N (mg/L), total dissolved P (ug P/L), total dissolved P (ug/L), total inorganic C (mg/L), total org C (mg/L), total suspended sediment (mg/L), tritium (TU), tritium std dev, year (na)
Standard Variables: Carbon, dissolved inorganic|Carbon, dissolved organic|Nitrogen, dissolved organic|Phosphorus, dissolved organic|Oxygen, dissolved|Dysprosium|Electrical conductivity|Erbium|Europium|Evaporation|Fluorine|Iron|Gage height|Gadolinium|Holmium|Recorder code|Nitrogen, inorganic|Phosphorus, inorganic|Potassium, dissolved|Lanthanum|Lutetium|Magnesium, dissolved|Manganese, dissolved|Sodium, dissolved|Neodymium|Nitrogen, NH4|Nickel, dissolved|Nitrogen, nitrite (NO2)|Nitrogen, nitrate (NO3)|Carbon, particulate organic|Phosphorus, particulate|Lead-208|pH|Phosphorus, phosphate (PO4)|Praseodymium|Silica|Samarium|Sulfate, dissolved|Specific conductance|Strontium, dissolved|Terbium|Temperature|Thulium|Nitrogen, total dissolved|Phosphorus, total dissolved|Carbon, total inorganic|Carbon, total organic|Sediment, suspended|Tritium (3H), Delta T of H2O|Yttrium|Ytterbium|Zinc
Date Range: (1982-2015)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Hyojin, Kim; Bishop, Jim; Dietrich, William; Fung, Inez; McDowell, William H.; Brantley, Susan L.; Hoagland, Beth; Sullivan, Pamela L.; Cain, Molly; Neal, Andrew; Fisher, Jessica; Russo, Tess; Niwot Ridge LTER; Liu, Fengjing; Chorover, Jon; Troch, Peter; McIntosh, Jennifer; Brooks, Paul; Abramson, Nate; Heidbuechel, Ingo; Amistadi, Mary Key; Alexander Pedron, Shawn; Chorover, Jon; Troch, Peter; Corley, Timothy; Zapata-Rios, Xavier; Losleben, Mark; Condon, Katherine
Contact: Miguel Leon, Miguel.Leon@unh.edu
Field Area: Bisley | Betasso | East Peak | Marshall Gulch (High-Elevation) | Providence Creek Subcatchment P301 | Providence Creek Subcatchment P303 | Providence Creek Subcatchment P304 | Eel River Watershed | Puente Roto | Rio Blanco | Rio Icacos | Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory
Solute chemistry, Stream Water, Water Chemistry, Cations, Anions, Metals
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
CZO Network surface water chemistry. Kim Hyojin, Jim Bishop, William Dietrich, Inez Fung, William H. McDowell, Susan L. Brantley, Beth Hoagland, Pamela L. Sullivan, Molly Cain, Andrew Neal, Jessica Fisher, Tess Russo,Niwot Ridge LTER, Fengjing Liu, Jon Chorover, Peter Troch, Jennifer McIntosh, Paul Brooks, Nate Abramson, Ingo Heidbüchel, Mary Key Amistadi, Shawn Alexander Pedron, Jon Chorover, Peter Troch, Paul Brooks, Mary Key Amistadi, Timothy Corley, Xavier Zapata-Rios, Mark Losleben, Katherine Condon, Shawn Alexander Pedron, Miguel Leon. 2017.
Hyojin, Kim; Bishop, Jim; Dietrich, William; Fung, Inez; McDowell, William H.; Brantley, Susan L.; Hoagland, Beth; Sullivan, Pamela L.; Cain, Molly; Neal, Andrew; Fisher, Jessica; Russo, Tess; Niwot Ridge LTER; Liu, Fengjing; Chorover, Jon; Troch, Peter; McIntosh, Jennifer; Brooks, Paul; Abramson, Nate; Heidbuechel, Ingo; Amistadi, Mary Key; Alexander Pedron, Shawn; Chorover, Jon; Troch, Peter; Corley, Timothy; Zapata-Rios, Xavier; Losleben, Mark; Condon, Katherine (2015). "CZO Dataset: National - Stream Water Chemistry (1982-2015) - Cations, Anions, Metals." Retrieved 14 Nov 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/6292/
(.csv) Data Level 2, Metadata
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