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This project focused on identifying groundwater seep locations and estimating flux rates of groundwater emerging into a 0.5 km reach of a naturally-bedded culvert confining a stream channel in an industrial area. Two steel-reinforced 1-cm diameter fiber optic cables were installed approximately 20 cm into streambed sediment in 4 transects along the length of the tunnel (See layout figure). The two fibers were connected a Silixa Ultima DTS Interrogator in a double-ended fashion, which collected temperature data from each of the four channels at 10 minute intervals. Data was collected Aug 18 – 31, 2020 and again January 9, 2021 to March 12, 2021.
Raw DTS data files available via Box: https://oregonstate.box.com/s/u6lnraus2ae9sehvkm5vkx6dz2sqs4va
Basic components of study
Site: Naturally-bedded culvert in Conway, PA
DTS: Silixa Ultima DTS Interrogator
Cable Two steel-reinforced 1-cm diameter fiber optic cables at 20 cm depth
Relevant time periods: Aug 18 – 31, 2020; January 9, 2021 to March 12, 2021
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|National Science Foundation||Collaborative Research: Community Facility Support: Centers for Transformative Environmental Monitoring Programs (CTEMPs)||1832170|
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