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Datasets generated during Jabari Jones' Master's thesis at Utah State University, focused on channel change of Sixth Water Creek and Diamond Fork River, Utah, USA (Jones, J.C., 2018. Historical channel change caused by a century of flow alteration on Sixth Water Creek and Diamond Fork River, UT. Master's thesis, Utah State University). This resource includes data collected in the field as well as data generated in GIS. Field data include cross-section surveys, RTK GPS surveys, sediment transport measurements, bed grain size analysis, and unmanned aerial vehicle (drone) photography. GIS data include shapefiles generated from aerial imagery and digital elevation models. Data were collected and generated between July 2016 and May 2018 All data, metadata and related materials meet the quality standards relative to the purpose for which they were collected and generated.
|This resource has been replaced by a newer version||Jones, J. C., J. Stout, P. Belmont, T. L. Blythe, P. Wilcock (2021). Updated Sixth Water/Diamond Fork data repository, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.f3a2cbfaa5694dadab26ea3e42a21a2f|
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