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Repeated synoptic sampling for water chemistry monitoring in the Yvel catchment, northwestern France
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|Created:||Oct 12, 2020 at 2:48 p.m.|
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This resource includes water quality samples collected within the Yvel catchment (375 km²), located in northwestern France. These data were collected to with the purpose of evaluating the spatial variations in water chemistry across the river network of a mesoscale catchment. We collected river grab samples every two weeks for 18 months (31 dates). We measured 17 water chemistry parameters for all water samples, including different forms of P (soluble reactive phosphorus [SRP], total dissolved phosphorus [TDP], total phosphorus [TP]), C species (dissolved organic carbon [DOC], dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC)), anions (NO3-, NO2-, F-, Br-, Cl-, SO42-), physicochemical parameters measured with in-situ sensors (temperature, pH, dissolved O2, conductivity), aromaticity, and specific ultra-violet absorbance at 254 nm [SUVA254]. Methods implemented for sample collection and analysis are described within the resource.
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|The content of this resource is derived from||Casquin, A., Gu, S., Dupas, R., Petitjean, P., Gruau, G., Durand, P., 2020. River network alteration of C-N-P dynamics in a mesoscale agricultural catchment. Science of the Total Environment 749.|
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|INTERREG programme, funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)||INTERREG project Channel Payments for Ecosystem Services (CPES)|
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