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Well water depths in deep groundwater well in the Stone's pasture at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. Groundwater well is situated in a mostly flat, broad interfluve and is cored to ~70m. Well casing ends at roughly 17m. Depths were measured continuously with a Solinst levellogger (3001 LTC) pressure transducer at a resolution of 20 minutes. Downloaded data is in positive depths above the sensor. These depths are corrected for barometric pressure by subtracting barometric pressure measured by a Solinst barologger (3001) which is co-located in the well and records barometric pressure at the same frequency. The data are then converted from depth above the sensor into depths below ground surface using manual measurements of depth below ground made at each download with a water level meter.
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|NSF||Human and Natural Forcings of Critical Zone Dynamics and Evolution at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory||1331846|
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