Observations in Rivers and Urban Streams: Merced River Net Daily Metabolism Studies

Description or Abstract of the Project: 

This project draws from the "Merced River water quality data" dataset collected at a semi-permanent UCM river station along the Merced river. This project is part of the CENS investigation into whole stream metabolism (or net daily metabolism) in human dominated watersheds. More specifically, the project focuses on assessing primary production and respiration at various spatial and temporal scales, motivated by the need to understand the connection between human land management activities and stream metabolism. The above information is from CENS annual report CONTAM 02.

Principal Investigator (Last Name, First Name): 
Harmon, Thomas
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Persons in Charge of Data Collection (Last Name, First Name): 
Harmon, Thomas
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Data Registered by (Last Name, First Name): 
Mathieu, Camille
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Institution and Department: 
UCLA; UC Merced
UCLA CENS; UCM School of Engineering
Date of Collection : 
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 to Thursday, June 30, 2011
Data Collection Methods: 
The experiments entail monitoring dissolved oxygen and temperature before, during and after significant disturbance events on the river via a semi-permanent station installed on the Lower Merced River.
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Keywords : 
Water Quality
Date of Registration: 
Thursday, March 6, 2014