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The flux tower measures the interaction between the soil, land, and atmosphere. The different elements being measured include wind speed, temperature, soil moisture and ecosystem changes with water, carbon, and temperature. The measurements are taken at different levels including 25 meters, 10 meters, ground level and below ground. This is important because at each level there are different readings taking place. At 25 meters wind speed and atmospheric stability are being measured. At 10 meters, solar radiation, air temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed. At the ground level, there is a rain gauge measuring rainfall, ambient temperature, and ambient pressure. The measurements being collected below ground include soil moisture, electrical conductivity, and soil temperature. The depths of these measurements are at depths ranging from 5 cm to 180 cm.

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Sensor data collected from NEPR MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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Sensor data collected from NEAG MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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Sensor data collected from ILPR MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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Sensor data collected from four MIRZ sites are included: ILAG (Illinois agriculture), ILPR (Illinois prairie), NEAG (Nebraska agriculture), and NEPR (Nebraska prairie). This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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Organic geochemical compositions of storm POC in Clear Creek, IA
Created: July 27, 2022, 3:35 p.m.
Authors: Kim, Jieun · Neal E. Blair

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This file contains data for suspended sediments collected in Clear Creek, IA over 6 storm events from Oct 2014 to Mar 2017.
These data include data/time of collection, stream discharge, sediment concentrations, %OC, %TN, d13C, d15N, and OC-normalized biomarker concentrations. Metadata and the analytical methods are provided in the 'metadata' sheet. Compositional data are in the 'supplemental' sheet of the excel file.

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MIRZ ILAG 2022 Aggregate Sensor Data
Created: April 17, 2023, 1:42 p.m.
Authors: Kumar, Praveen · Ashlee Dere

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Sensor data collected from ILAG MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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Management-Induced Reactive Zone (MIRZ) Site Data
Created: May 15, 2023, 2:24 p.m.
Authors: Kumar, Praveen · Dere, Ashlee

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Sensor data collected from four MIRZ sites are included: ILAG (Illinois agriculture), ILPR (Illinois prairie), NEAG (Nebraska agriculture), and NEPR (Nebraska prairie). This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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MIRZ ILPR 2022 Aggregate Sensor Data
Created: May 15, 2023, 2:38 p.m.
Authors: Kumar, Praveen · Dere, Ashlee

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Sensor data collected from ILPR MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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MIRZ NEAG 2022 Aggregate Sensor Data
Created: May 15, 2023, 2:41 p.m.
Authors: Kumar, Praveen · Dere, Ashlee

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Sensor data collected from NEAG MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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MIRZ NEPR 2022 Aggregate Sensor Data
Created: May 15, 2023, 2:45 p.m.
Authors: Kumar, Praveen · Dere, Ashlee

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Sensor data collected from NEPR MIRZ site. This data has been quality-checked and any identified issues have been marked.

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Goose Creek Eddy Covariance Flux Tower Sensor Data - Sep 2020-ongoing
Created: May 19, 2023, 1:43 p.m.
Authors: Kumar, Praveen · Sargent, Steve

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The flux tower measures the interaction between the soil, land, and atmosphere. The different elements being measured include wind speed, temperature, soil moisture and ecosystem changes with water, carbon, and temperature. The measurements are taken at different levels including 25 meters, 10 meters, ground level and below ground. This is important because at each level there are different readings taking place. At 25 meters wind speed and atmospheric stability are being measured. At 10 meters, solar radiation, air temperature, relative humidity, and wind speed. At the ground level, there is a rain gauge measuring rainfall, ambient temperature, and ambient pressure. The measurements being collected below ground include soil moisture, electrical conductivity, and soil temperature. The depths of these measurements are at depths ranging from 5 cm to 180 cm.

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