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DWCZ- Manitou Experimental Forest, Hotel Gulch - Sidney Bush- Spatiotemporal patterns in hydrologic connectivity in a montane headwater system in central Colorado
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These resources represents the data as presented in Sidney Bushes dissertation Working title: "Spatiotemporal patterns in hydrologic connectivity in a montane headwater system in central Colorado".
Hotel Gulch is within the Manitou Experimental Forest. There are a series of alluvial/ colluvial fans indicative of historic debris flow scars. Equipment is installed within these alluvial/colluvial fans with increasing distance from the stream. Stream sites are measured along a longitudinal profile starting from the stream headwater to the lowest site just upstream of the flume.
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|National Science Foundation||Network Cluster: Quantifying controls and feedbacks of dynamic storage on critical zone processes in western montane watersheds||EAR 2012669|
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