Data and Numerical code for monitoring streambed scour/deposition with streamwater temperature as a tracer
|Authors:||Timothy DeWeese · Daniele Tonina · Charles Luce|
|DOI:||10.4211/hs.00dda61694e949439957b8b536106db9 How to Cite|
|Resource type:||Composite Resource|
|Created:||Nov 08, 2017 at 4:38 a.m.|
|Last updated:||Nov 29, 2017 at midnight by Daniele Tonina|
Monitoring streambed elevation changes is important for many engineering and ecological applications. This contribution contains the data and the numerical code written in R used in the publication of DeWeese et al, (2017), who tested a new methodology based on stream water temperature as a signal to monitor local streambed elevation changes at the daily time scale. This contribution contains: (1) laboratory experiment time series of water temperature in the surface and within the sediment, (2) times series of sediment surface elevation changes in the laboratory, (3) field experiment time series of sediment elevation and (4) field experiment time series of surface and pore waters temperatures and (5) R code of the model to analyze the temperature data to extract streambed elevation changes and interstitial flows.
Reference:Timothy DeWeese, Daniele Tonina, Charles Luce, Monitoring streambed scour/deposition under non-ideal temperature signal and flood conditions, Water Resources Research, doi: 10.1002/2017WR020632
erosion and deposition,hyporheic flows,scour,stream water temperature
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|Timothy DeWeese||US Bureau of Reclamation|
|Daniele Tonina||University of Idaho|
|Charles Luce||USDA Forest Service||Idaho, US||208-373-4382|
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