BCCZO -- Electrical Conductivity -- GGL_SW_Conductivity, GGU_SW_Conductivity -- Gordon Gulch -- (2011-2019)


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Abstract

Abstract: GGU_SW_Conductivity (Upper Gordon Gulch) Conductivity logger data collected using Hobo U24 conductivity. Hobo U24-001 s/n 9896881 installed in stilling well suspended with twine ~3m downstream of Gordon Lower and Upper stream gauges.

Date Range Comments: Logger is only deployed during ice free periods when there is enough water in the channel to obtain a measurement.

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Resource Level Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Gordon Gulch, Gordon Gulch
North Latitude
40.0220°
East Longitude
-105.4684°
South Latitude
40.0127°
West Longitude
-105.4732°

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BCCZO -- Electrical Conductivity -- GGL_SW_Conductivity, GGU_SW_Conductivity -- Gordon Gulch -- (2011-2014)


OVERVIEW

Description/Abstract

Abstract: GGU_SW_Conductivity (Upper Gordon Gulch) Conductivity logger data collected using Hobo U24 conductivity. Hobo U24-001 s/n 9896881 installed in stilling well suspended with twine ~3m downstream of Gordon Lower and Upper stream gauges.

/logs/conductivity/GGL_SW_Conductivity.meta.txt Click here to view log file for Gordon Gulch Lower dataset. /logs/conductivity/GGU_SW_Conductivity.meta.txt Click here to view log file for Gordon Gulch Upper dataset.

Creator/Author

Nate Rock|Suzanne Anderson

CZOs

Boulder

Contact

BcCZOdata@colorado.edu




SUBJECTS

Disciplines

Water Chemistry

Topics

Electrical Conductivity

Subtopic

GGL_SW_Conductivity, GGU_SW_Conductivity

Keywords

Conductivity|Temperature|Stream Chemistry

Variables

Date Time|Low Range (µS/cm)|Temp(°C)|Specific Conductance (µS/cm)

Variables ODM2

Electrical conductivity|Temperature




TEMPORAL

Date Start

2011-06-27

Date End

2014-09-19

Date Range Comments

Logger is only deployed during ice free periods when there is enough water in the channel to obtain a measurement.




SPATIAL

Field Areas

Gordon Gulch

Location

Gordon Gulch

North latitude

40.02198037

South latitude

40.01271479

West longitude

-105.4731535

East longitude

-105.4684182




REFERENCE

CZO ID

7241

Related datasets

BCCZO -- Surface Water Chemistry -- (GG_SW_Array) -- Gordon Gulch -- (2008-2017)

BCCZO -- Surface Water Chemistry -- (GG_IS_Array) -- Gordon Gulch -- (2011-2017)

BCCZO -- Soil Geochemistry -- XRD and XRF analysis from shallow subsurface -- Gordon Gulch: Lower -- (2012)



Additional Metadata

Name Value
czos Boulder
czo_id 7241
keywords Conductivity, Temperature, Stream Chemistry
variables Date Time, Low Range (µS/cm), Temp(°C), Specific Conductance (µS/cm)
disciplines Water Chemistry
related_datasets 3065, 2785, 2860
date_range_comments Logger is only deployed during ice free periods when there is enough water in the channel to obtain a measurement.
related_datasets_hs https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/4bb6710317c445cf996793ac1f5d7149/, https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/0f2bc5365033480790c7d13bb5e5937b/, https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/fb9fa8adf0004dd3bba28e5742ba5431/

How to Cite

Rock, N., S. Anderson (2020). BCCZO -- Electrical Conductivity -- GGL_SW_Conductivity, GGU_SW_Conductivity -- Gordon Gulch -- (2011-2019), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/70176872f4c74ee09ddb56d1cc7e8472

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