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2009-2011_ARCSSTK_WSM
ARCSSTK WSM
William "Breck"
Bowden
University of Vermont,303D Aiken Center,Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
Burlington
VT
05405
US
Breck.Bowden@uvm.edu
Julia
Larouche
University of Vermont,Aiken Center,University of Vermont
Burlington
Vermont
05405
US
Julia.Larouche@uvm.edu
associated researcher
2014
English
The (ARCSSTK) did extensive research during 2009-2011 field seasons in Arctic Alaska. Specifically, the ARCSSTK goal Streams goal was to quantify the relative influences of thermokarst inputs on the biogeochemical structure and function of receiving streams. Whole Stream Metabolism was calculated using dissolved oxygen, discharge, stage, and temperature measured by sondes deployed in the field.
disturbance
Core Areas
water temperature
stream discharge
disturbance
dissolved oxygen
LTER Controlled Vocabulary
whole stream metabolism
Arctic LTER Vocabulary
Data Policies
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For example: Data sets were provided by the Arctic LTER. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Award numbers #1637459,1026843, 9810222, 9211775, 8702328.
https://arc-lter.ecosystems.mbl.edu/2009-2011arcsstkwsm
I-Minus2 Reference: I-Minus2 Reference
-149.520996093750
-149.520996093750
68.548103332520
68.548103332520
I-Minus2 Impacted: I-Minus2 Impacted
-149.522003173828
-149.522003173828
68.548202514648
68.548202514648
Toolik River Reference: Toolik River Reference
-149.205001831055
-149.205001831055
68.695701599121
68.695701599121
Toolik River Impacted: Toolik River Impacted
-149.207992553711
-149.207992553711
68.695503234863
68.695503234863
2009-06-18
2011-08-16
annual data is updated into new file
v1. October 2014: metadata added, file contains all I-Minus2 output from R-WSM Optimization Method and Toolik River output from Excel template, will update Toolik River data with R output once it is analyzed. - JL
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Dissolved Oxygen, Conductivity, and Temperature values were recorded in the field with 600 OMS YSI Sondes. Data was loaded and sondes were recalibrated every one or two weeks. Dissolved Oxygen value calibrations were tracked and corrected at the end of the season.
I-Minus2 Data was organized and run by a program created in RStudio; Toolik River data was organized and run with an Excel spreadsheet, both created by W.B. Bowden.
Methods follow typical methods in whole stream metabolism. Bott, T. L. Primary Productivity and Community Respiration. Chapter 28 in SR Hauer GA Lamberti (Eds.), Methods in Stream Ecology, 2nd edition. Academic Press, Boston.
Arctic LTER Streams Protocol
http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/ARC/streams/protocol2.html
2009-2011_ARCSSTK_WSM_csv
ARCSSTK WSM
2009-2011_ARCSSTK_WSM.csv
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Site
Site
Site of measurement (named)
string
Site of measurement (named)
Location
Location
location of measurement within the site (named)
string
location of measurement within the site (named)
Station Type
Station Type
Single or Dual
string
Single or Dual
Date
Date
Date of the analysis
date
dd-mmm-yyyy
Year
Year
Year number of the analysis (simply increments from 1 to n)
date
yyyy
Month
Month
Month number of the analysis (simply increments from 1 to n)
date
mm
`-1111`

no data
`-9999`

below detection limit
Day
Day
Date number of the analysis (simply increments from 1 to n)
number
real
`-1111`

no data | -9999=below detection limit
`-9999`

below detection limit
X.USt
X.USt
Mean upstream temperature (oC)
celsius
real
`-1111`

no data | -9999=below detection limit
`-9999`

below detection limit
X.USDO
X.USDO
Mean upstream DO (mg/L)
microgramPerLiterPerDay
real
`-1111`

no data | -9999=below detection limit
`-9999`

below detection limit
X.DSt
X.DSt
Mean downstream temperature (oC)
celsius
real
`-1111`

no data | -9999=below detection limit
`-9999`

below detection limit
X.DSDO
X.DSDO
Mean downstream DO (mg/L)
microgramPerLiterPerDay
real
X.BP
X.BP
Mean barometric pressure (mb)
millibar
real
X.Lit
X.Lit
Mean light level (uM/cm2/s)
micromolePerMeterSquaredPerSecond
real
Mx.Lit
Mx.Lit
Max light level (uM/cm2/s)
micromolePerMeterSquaredPerSecond
real
Mn.Lit
Mn.Lit
Min light level (uM/cm2/s)
micromolePerMeterSquaredPerSecond
real
X.Stg
X.Stg
Mean stage (m)
meter
real
X.Q
X.Q
Mean discharge (m3/s)
meterCubedPerSecond
real
Mx.Q
Mx.Q
Max discharge (m3/s)
meterCubedPerSecond
real
Mn.Q
Mn.Q
min discharge (m3/s)
meterCubedPerSecond
real
Day
Day
Serial day number
number
real
alpha
alpha
The slope in the Jasby-Platt photosynthesis irradiance curve
number
real
Pmax
Pmax
The max photosynthesis rate in the Jasby-Platt photosynthesis irradiance curve
number
real
Night
Night
The night light threshold value for this day (uM/m2/s)
micromolePerMeterSquaredPerSecond
real
R.int
R.int
The intercept that R-WSM calculated for ecosystem respiration
number
real
R.slp
R.slp
The slope that R-WSM calculated for ecosystem respiration
number
real
Fit
Fit
The Nash-Sutcliffe coefficient for the modelled fit of NEP to the measured WSM-ER
number
real
Con?
Con?
A parameter returned by the R OPTIM routine indicating how well the optimization converged. 0 is good.
number
real
X.k(T)
X.k(T)
Mean reaeration coefficient at the ambient temperature, as determined by EDM (1/h)
number
real
X.k(flx)
X.k(flx)
Mean reaeration flux (mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.WSM.h
X.WSM.h
Mean WSM (observed, mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.NEP.h
X.NEP.h
Mean NEP (model, mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.GEP.h
X.GEP.h
Mean GEP (mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.ER.h
X.ER.h
Mean ER (mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
NTcorr
NTcorr
Non-zero light, night-time post-analysis correction of arctic data
number
real
X.ERc.h
X.ERc.h
Mean nighttime corrected ER (mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.GEPc.h
X.GEPc.h
Mean nightime corrected GEP (mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.NEPc.h
X.NEPc.h
Mean nighttime corrected NEP (model, mg/m2/h)
milligramPerMeterSquarePerHour
real
X.ERc.d
X.ERc.d
Mean nighttime corrected ER (mg/m2/day)
number
real
X.GEPc.d
X.GEPc.d
Mean nightime corrected GEP (mg/m2/day)
number
real
X.NEPc.d
X.NEPc.d
Mean nighttime corrected NEP (model, mg/m2/day)
number
real
alpha<0
alpha<0
Is the Jasby-Platt alpha parameter <0? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
Pmax<0
Pmax<0
Is the Jasby-Platt Pmax parameter <0? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
Fit<0.5
Fit<0.5
Is the Nash-Sutcliffe fit parameter <0.5? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
Con>0
Con>0
Is the OPTIM convergence parameter >0? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
GEP<0
GEP<0
Is GEP <0? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
ER>0
ER>0
Is ER>0? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
HiQ?
HiQ?
Is the daily mean Q 20% greater than the mean daily Q of the data set? (yes=0, no=1)
number
real
QAQC
QAQC
Arithmetic mean of the QAQC parameters
number
real
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2009-2011_ARCSSTK_WSM_excel
Excel file with metadata and data sheets. ARCSSTK WSM
2009-2011_ARCSSTK_WSM.xlsx
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https://arc-lter.ecosystems.mbl.edu/sites/default/files/data/thermokarst/2009-2011_ARCSSTK_WSM.xlsx
document
micrograms per (liter per day)
micromole per meter squared per second
cubic meters per second
milligrams of substance per square meter per hour