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2015 Hammer Solute Tracer Injections


Authors: Phillip Blaen · Marie Kurz · Julia Knapp · Stefan Krause · Adam WARD · Christa Kelleher
Owners: Adam Ward
Resource type:Composite Resource
Created:Nov 28, 2018 at 3:40 p.m.
Last updated: Nov 29, 2018 at 3:52 p.m. by Adam Ward

Abstract

Observed in-stream timeseries of concentration for two whole-stream, pulse (aka slug) injections of uranine and resazurin in two reaches of the Hammer Stream (West Sussux, UK) with contrasting morphology (one sand bed, one gravel bed). In-stream monitoring includes background- and drift-corrected timeseries of uranine, resazurin, and resorufin collected at mulitple locations along the stream channel.

Sand-bed reach data are described and interpreted by:
Blaen PJ, Kurz MJ, Drummond JD, et al. Woody debris is related to reach‐scale hotspots of lowland stream ecosystem respiration under baseflow conditions. Ecohydrology. 2018;11:e1952. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1952

A sub-set of the sand-bed and gravel-bed data are described and interpreted by:
Christa Kelleher, et al., Exploring Tracer Information and Model Framework Trade-offs to Improve Understanding of Stream Transient Storage Processes. In review at Water Resources Research.

Primary data collection, quality control, and interpretation is attributable to all authors on the publications cited above.
Data collection was primarily funded by the Leverhulme Trust via the following award:
Where rivers, groundwater, and disciplines meet: a hyporheic research network
Principal Investigators: Stefan Krause (Univ. of Birmingham), Jay Zarnetske (Yale University), Adam S. Ward (Indiana University), Scott Larned (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research), Thibault Datry (National Research Institute of Science and Technology for Environment and Agriculture), Eugenia Marti (Center for Advanced Studies of Blanes, National Research Council), Jan Fleckenstein (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research)

Subject Keywords

hyporheic,metabolism,resorufin,uranine,Raz-Rru,tracer,flourescein,transient storage,solute,resazurin,Raz,Rru

How to cite

Blaen, P., M. Kurz, J. Knapp, S. Krause, A. WARD, C. Kelleher (2018). 2015 Hammer Solute Tracer Injections, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7c63809428cf495faceb67c0278ed036

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    Coverage

    Spatial:

     Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:  WGS 84 EPSG:4326
     Coordinate Units:  Decimal degrees
    Place/Area Name: Hammer Stream, West Sussex, United Kingdom

    North Latitude
    51.0127°
    East Longitude
    -0.7923°
    South Latitude
    50.9975°
    West Longitude
    -0.8051°

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    Name Organization Address Phone Author Identifiers
    Phillip Blaen Univ.
    Marie Kurz The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA
    Julia Knapp Universität Tubingen
    Stefan Krause Univ. of Birmingham
    Adam WARD Indiana University
    Christa Kelleher
    Relations
    isDescribedBy: https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1952

    Credits

    This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
    Agency Name Award Title Award Number
    Leverhulme Trust Where rivers, groundwater, and disciplines meet: a hyporheic research network
    UK Natural Environment Research Council Large woody debris—A river restoration panacea for streambed nitrate attenuation? NERC NE/L003872/1
    University of Birmingham Birmingham Institute for Forest Research

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