Variables: Sample Date, Sample Number, Site Name, Depth (cm), DOC (ppm), Water Temp (°C), pH, Alkalinity (meq L-1), Cl- (μM), NO3- (μM), SO42- (μM), F (μM), Acetate (μM), Formate (μM), Phosphate (μM), Al3+ (μM), Ca2+ (μM), K+ (μM), Mg2+ (μM), Na+ (μM), Si (μM), Sr (μM), Fe3+ (μM), Mn2+ (μM), Ni (μM), P (μM), V (μM), Zn (μM), Ba (μM), δ2H (‰), δ18O (‰)
Standard Variables: delta-18O of H2O|Deuterium|Acetate|Aluminum|Alkalinity, total|Barium, dissolved|Calcium|Chloride|Sensor depth|Carbon, dissolved organic|Fluoride|Iron|Formate|Potassium, dissolved|Magnesium, dissolved|Manganese, dissolved|Sodium, dissolved|Nickel, dissolved|Nitrogen, nitrate (NO3)|Phosphorus, dissolved|pH|Phosphorus, phosphate (PO4)|Recorder code|Silica|Sulfate, dissolved|Strontium, dissolved|Vanadium, total|Temperature|Zinc
Date Range: (2006-2011)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Brantley, Susan L.; Duffy, Christopher J.
Contact: Dr. Susan Brantley, Professor of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, 2217 Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, University Park, PA, 16802, 814.865.1619, email@example.com. Dr. Christopher J. Duffy, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 212 Sackett Building, University Park, PA 16802, (814) 863-4384, firstname.lastname@example.org.
soil water chemistry, anions, cations, dissolved organic carbon (DOC), oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
The following acknowledgment should accompany any publication or citation of these data: Logistical support and/or data were provided by the NSF-supported Shale Hills Susquehanna Critical Zone Observatory.
Brantley, Susan L.; Duffy, Christopher J. (2011). "CZO Dataset: Shale Hills - Soil Porewater Chemistry (2006-2011)." Retrieved 19 Sep 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/shale-hills/data/dataset/2580/
Hot Spots and Hot Moments of Dissolved Organic Carbon Export and Soil Organic Carbon Storage in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Andrews, D.M., H. Lin, Q. Zhu, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. (2011): Vadose Zone Journal 10:943-954
Opening the "Black Box": Water Chemistry Reveals Hydrological Controls on Weathering in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Jin, L., Andrews, D.M., Holmes, G.H., Lin, H., and Brantley, S.L. (2011): Vadose Zone Journal 10:928-942,
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