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SSHCZO -- Soil Porewater Chemistry -- Shale Hills -- (2006-2011)


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Abstract

Chemistry of soil water collected from 2006-2010 at four transects in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Two transects were located on the Northern (N) side of the catchment while the additional two transects were located on the Southern (S) side. Each portion of the catchment then contained a Planar (P) hillslope and a Swale (S) depression transect. Three different topographic sites were sampled within each transect, the most elevated site was located at the Ridge Top (RT) followed by the Mid Slope (MS) and lowest site at the Valley Floor (VF). As the lysimeters were installed to the depth of auguring refusal, first lysimeters was installed at a depth 10 cm with subsequent lysimeters installed every 10 cm.

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Spatial

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Shale Hills
North Latitude
40.6657°
East Longitude
-77.9042°
South Latitude
40.6637°
West Longitude
-77.9064°

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SSHCZO -- Soil Porewater Chemistry -- Shale Hills -- (2006-2011)


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Description/Abstract

Chemistry of soil water collected from 2006-2010 at four transects in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Two transects were located on the Northern (N) side of the catchment while the additional two transects were located on the Southern (S) side. Each portion of the catchment then contained a Planar (P) hillslope and a Swale (S) depression transect. Three different topographic sites were sampled within each transect, the most elevated site was located at the Ridge Top (RT) followed by the Mid Slope (MS) and lowest site at the Valley Floor (VF). As the lysimeters were installed to the depth of auguring refusal, first lysimeters was installed at a depth 10 cm with subsequent lysimeters installed every 10 cm.

Annual datasets have been registered with the EarthChem Library and assigned dataset DOI’s. Please reference the associated DOI for any research derived from this data.

Creator/Author

Brantley, Susan L.|Duffy, Christopher J.

CZOs

Shale Hills

Contact

Dr. Susan Brantley, Professor of Geosciences, The Pennsylvania State University, 2217 Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, University Park, PA, 16802, 814.865.1619, sxb7@psu.edu. Dr. Christopher J. Duffy, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 212 Sackett Building, University Park, PA 16802, (814) 863-4384, cxd11@psu.edu.

Subtitle

Level 1 - Quality Controlled Data




SUBJECTS

Disciplines

Biogeochemistry|Water Chemistry|Hydrology

Topics

Soil Porewater Chemistry

Keywords

soil water chemistry|anions|cations|dissolved organic carbon (DOC)|oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes

Variables

Sample Date|Sample Number|Site Name|Depth (cm)|DOC (ppm)|Water Temp (°C)|pH|Alkalinity (meq L-1)|Cl- (μM)|NO3- (μM)|SO42- (μM)|F (μM)|Acetate (μM)|Formate (μM)|Phosphate (μM)|Al3+ (μM)|Ca2+ (μM)|K+ (μM)|Mg2+ (μM)|Na+ (μM)|Si (μM)|Sr (μM)|Fe3+ (μM)|Mn2+ (μM)|Ni (μM)|P (μM)|V (μM)|Zn (μM)|Ba (μM)|δ2H (‰)|δ18O (‰)

Variables ODM2

delta-18O of H2O|Deuterium|Acetate|Aluminum|Alkalinity, total|Barium, dissolved|Calcium|Chloride|Sensor depth|Carbon, dissolved organic|Fluoride|Iron|Formate|Potassium, dissolved|Magnesium, dissolved|Manganese, dissolved|Sodium, dissolved|Nickel, dissolved|Nitrogen, nitrate (NO3)|Phosphorus, dissolved|pH|Phosphorus, phosphate (PO4)|Recorder code|Silica|Sulfate, dissolved|Strontium, dissolved|Vanadium, total|Temperature|Zinc




TEMPORAL

Date Start

2006-09-23

Date End

2011-10-20




SPATIAL

Field Areas

Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory

Location

Shale Hills

North latitude

40.665685864000004

South latitude

40.6637475828

West longitude

-77.9063721494

East longitude

-77.9042420193




REFERENCE

Citation

The following acknowledgment should accompany any publication or citation of these data: Logistical support and/or data were provided by the NSF-supported Shale Hills Susquehanna Critical Zone Observatory.

Publications of this data

Andrews, D.M., H. Lin, Q. Zhu, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. (2011). Hot Spots and Hot Moments of Dissolved Organic Carbon Export and Soil Organic Carbon Storage in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Vadose Zone Journal 10:943-954 http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/vzj2010.0149

Jin, L., Andrews, D.M., Holmes, G.H., Lin, H., and Brantley, S.L. (2011). Opening the 'Black Box': Water Chemistry Reveals Hydrological Controls on Weathering in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Vadose Zone Journal 10:928-942, http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/vzj2010.0133

CZO ID

2580




COMMENTS

Comments

Soil water was collected using nested-suction lysimeters (Soil water samplers, 1900 series, SoilMoisture Equipment Corp., Santa Barbara, CA) that collected soil water 10 cm depth increments. All lysimeters were suctioned to 50 k Pa one week prior to sampling. Soil was collected from each lysimeters using PVC tubing and syringe. When possible, four unfiltered soil water samples were collected at each lysimeters. Two samples were collected in screw top Nalgene bottles for anion and cations. The additional two samples were collected in glass bottle and analyzed for dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes. Cations and DOC samples were acidified in the laboratory with nitric and hydrochloric acids, respectively.

Major cations and silica were analyzed on an inductively coupled plasma–optical emission spectrometer (ICP– OES), while major anions were measured on the Dionex Ion Chromatograph (Sunnyvale, CA). DOC was analyzed using a Shimadzu TOC-5000A analyzer (Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Columbia, MD). Oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes were analyzed ion the DLT-100 liquid water stable analyzer (Los Gatos Research, Mountain View, CA).

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subtitle Level 1 - Quality Controlled Data
disciplines Biogeochemistry, Water Chemistry, Hydrology
variables Sample Date, Sample Number, Site Name, Depth (cm), DOC (ppm), Water Temp (°C), pH, Alkalinity (meq L-1), Cl- (μM), NO3- (μM), SO42- (μM), F (μM), Acetate (μM), Formate (μM), Phosphate (μM), Al3+ (μM), Ca2+ (μM), K+ (μM), Mg2+ (μM), Na+ (μM), Si (μM), Sr (μM), Fe3+ (μM), Mn2+ (μM), Ni (μM), P (μM), V (μM), Zn (μM), Ba (μM), δ2H (‰), δ18O (‰)
citation The following acknowledgment should accompany any publication or citation of these data: Logistical support and/or data were provided by the NSF-supported Shale Hills Susquehanna Critical Zone Observatory.
comments Soil water was collected using nested-suction lysimeters (Soil water samplers, 1900 series, SoilMoisture Equipment Corp., Santa Barbara, CA) that collected soil water 10 cm depth increments. All lysimeters were suctioned to 50 k Pa one week prior to sampling. Soil was collected from each lysimeters using PVC tubing and syringe. When possible, four unfiltered soil water samples were collected at each lysimeters. Two samples were collected in screw top Nalgene bottles for anion and cations. The additional two samples were collected in glass bottle and analyzed for dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes. Cations and DOC samples were acidified in the laboratory with nitric and hydrochloric acids, respectively. Major cations and silica were analyzed on an inductively coupled plasma–optical emission spectrometer (ICP– OES), while major anions were measured on the Dionex Ion Chromatograph (Sunnyvale, CA). DOC was analyzed using a Shimadzu TOC-5000A analyzer (Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Columbia, MD). Oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes were analyzed ion the DLT-100 liquid water stable analyzer (Los Gatos Research, Mountain View, CA).
keywords soil water chemistry, anions, cations, dissolved organic carbon (DOC), oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes
czos Shale Hills
czo_id 2580

References

Related Resources

The content of this resource serves as the data for: Andrews, D.M., H. Lin, Q. Zhu, L. Jin, S.L. Brantley. (2011). Hot Spots and Hot Moments of Dissolved Organic Carbon Export and Soil Organic Carbon Storage in the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Vadose Zone Journal 10:943-954 http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/vzj2010.0149
The content of this resource serves as the data for: Jin, L., Andrews, D.M., Holmes, G.H., Lin, H., and Brantley, S.L. (2011). Opening the 'Black Box': Water Chemistry Reveals Hydrological Controls on Weathering in the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory . Vadose Zone Journal 10:928-942, http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/vzj2010.0133

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Brantley, S. L., C. J. Duffy (2019). SSHCZO -- Soil Porewater Chemistry -- Shale Hills -- (2006-2011), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7cad518a0ed9497392349024dbb08b89

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