Stream restoration and sanitary infrastructure alter sources and fluxes of water, carbon, and nutrients in urban watersheds - synthesis file
datasetposted on 26.11.2015, 00:00 by Michael Pennino
This data is for the paper published in the Journal Hydrology and Earth System Sciences titled: "Stream restoration and sanitary infrastructure alter sources and fluxes of water, carbon, and nutrients in urban watersheds." It is based on the work from the second chapter of the author’s PhD Dissertation. Data was collected from 4 streams every 2-4 weeks in the Baltimore, MD area from 2010-2012 at Stream Gauge Locations: Minebank Run, Powder Mill Run, and Dead Run are gauged by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS gage numbers 0158397967, 01589305, and 01589330, respectively), while Red Run is gauged by the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education. Daily Stream Flow and stream samples were used to estimate Daily loads using USGS LOADEST. Samples were analyzed for carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and other ions. Samples were analyzed for carbon quality metrics and nitrate isotopes.