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This dataset was collected to build on past and ongoing monitoring and research efforts within Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). Specifically, the data were collected to test the hypothesis that reductions in canopy cover due to natural disturbances (i.e. wildfire and beetle kill) result in increases in water temperature, or the longitudinal thermal gradient of a stream. Data values include stream temperature paired with light intensity data, and air temperature data to determine the influence of riparian canopy condition and longitudinal warming across a 1 km reach. Two control streams were selected: Ouzel Creek, which has virtually no riparian canopy due to a previous wildfire; and Hunters Creek,...
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The Baca National Wildlife Refuge is located in the San Luis Valley of South-central Colorado on the western flank of the Sangre de Cristo massif, northwest of the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Wildlife managers at the refuge are tasked with protecting two fish species of special concern, the Rio Grande Chub (Gila pandora) and the Rio Grande Sucker (Catostomus plebeius). The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) collected surface water data with Stream Temperature, Intermittency, and Conductivity (STIC) instruments deployed at the Baca NWR from 2016–2019. STIC instruments are unique for this type of investigation for the purpose of simultaneously collecting temperature data and an electrical resistance signal to determine...
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The water temperature in degrees Celsius and specific conductance data in microsiemens per centimeter at 25 degrees Celsius (TC), measured at U.S. Geological Survey streamgage 05536995, located at Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal near the Electrical Dispersal Barrier System in Romeoville, Illinois. The TC data are measured every five-minutes at four gage height levels above the gage datum (P1 = 21 feet, P2 = 17 feet, P3 = 13 feet, P4 = 9 feet). The gage datum is 551.76 feet above the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD88). Daily mean and five-minutes water temperature and specific conductance data were downloaded from the National Water Information System and stored in a comma separated value files. Daily...
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This dataset includes water temperature and specific conductance (TC) data measured at USGS streamgage number 05536995 (Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal at Romeoville, IL). Four Campbell® Scientific SC547 TC probes are positioned in a natural niche on east (left) bank 1,200 feet downstream of stage gage at this site. The TC data are measured every five minutes at four gage height levels (P1 = 21 feet, P2 = 17 feet, P3 = 13 feet, P4 = 9 feet). The gage datum is 551.76 feet above the North American Vertical Datum of 1988 (NAVD88). The five-minute data, daily mean, 7-day moving average, and annual statistics (minimum, maximum, mean, median, and standard deviation) for Water Year 2018 are provided as comma separated...


    map background search result map search result map Base flow monitoring for stream temperature and intermittency at Baca National Wildlife Refuge Water temperature and specific conductance in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal near the Electric Dispersal Barrier System at Romeoville, Illinois, October 1, 2017, to September 30, 2018 Influence of wildfire and beetle-caused canopy mortality on water temperature regimes in cutthroat trout streams, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO Water temperature and specific conductance in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal near the Electrical Dispersal Barrier System at Romeoville, Illinois, October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019 Water temperature and specific conductance in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal near the Electric Dispersal Barrier System at Romeoville, Illinois, October 1, 2017, to September 30, 2018 Water temperature and specific conductance in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal near the Electrical Dispersal Barrier System at Romeoville, Illinois, October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019 Base flow monitoring for stream temperature and intermittency at Baca National Wildlife Refuge Influence of wildfire and beetle-caused canopy mortality on water temperature regimes in cutthroat trout streams, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO