Tropical river suspended sediment and solute dynamics in storms during an extreme drought. (Water Resource Research) - Rio Icacos and Mameyes, Puerto Rico, Stream Dissolved and Particulate Suspended load for storm sampling 8-24-2015 to 9-2-2015
|Authors:||Kathryn E Clark James B Shanley Martha Scholl Nicolas Perdrial Julia Perdrial Alain Plante William McDowell|
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|Created:||Jan 05, 2017 at 10:13 p.m.|
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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.
Rio Mameyes and Icacos discharge, suspended sediment, particulate organic carbon (POC), particulate nitrogen (PN), stable isotopes of particulate C and N, C/N, particulate mineralogy, dissolved organic carbon (DOC), anions and cations from 8-24-2015 to 9-2-2015
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