Tropical river suspended sediment and solute dynamics in storms during an extreme drought. (Water Resource Research)- Rio Icacos, Puerto Rico, turbidity, specific conductance, discharge, and rainfall for storm sampling 8-22-2015 to 9-3-2015
|Authors:||Kathryn E Clark James B Shanley Martha Scholl Nicolas Perdrial Julia Perdrial Alain Plante William McDowell|
|Owners:||Kathryn E Clark Miguel C Leon|
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|Created:||Jan 05, 2017 at 7:33 p.m.|
|Last updated:||Jan 06, 2017 at 5:42 p.m. by Miguel C Leon|
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Clark, K.E., Shanley, J.B., Scholl, M.A., Perdrial, N., Perdrial, J.N., Plante, A.F., McDowell W.H. (Water Resource Research) Tropical river suspended sediment and solute dynamics in storms during an extreme drought.
5 minute resolution - Turbidity, Specific Conductance, Discharge, and Rainfall- derived data including fraction new water, pre-event discharge, quickflow.
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