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Megan Fork

Duke University - Nicholas School of the Environment | Graduate Student

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ABSTRACT:

The data provided here complement publicly available long-term data available on discharge and water chemistry from the Krycklan Catchment Study (accessible at https://franklin.vfp.slu.se/). The supplied code (R environment) was used to perform analyses and generate figures for the manuscript entitled "Changing source-transport dynamics drive differential browning trends in a boreal stream network" by Megan L. Fork, Ryan A. Sponseller, and Hjalmar Laudon.

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These data were used to determine the annual C budget for the mean of three roofs in Durham, NC. Other data describe the fluxes of DOC and TDN from engineered headwaters for nine storms.

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C budget and event-scale fluxes of DOC and TDN in urban engineered headwaters
Created: Nov. 22, 2017, 7:29 p.m.
Authors: Megan Fork · Joseph Delesantro · Joanna Blaszczak

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These data were used to determine the annual C budget for the mean of three roofs in Durham, NC. Other data describe the fluxes of DOC and TDN from engineered headwaters for nine storms.

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Differential changes to DOC source-transport
Created: Sept. 12, 2019, 11:22 a.m.
Authors: Fork, Megan

ABSTRACT:

The data provided here complement publicly available long-term data available on discharge and water chemistry from the Krycklan Catchment Study (accessible at https://franklin.vfp.slu.se/). The supplied code (R environment) was used to perform analyses and generate figures for the manuscript entitled "Changing source-transport dynamics drive differential browning trends in a boreal stream network" by Megan L. Fork, Ryan A. Sponseller, and Hjalmar Laudon.

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