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HF010

Stream stage and water table elevation in hyporheic and ground water from McRae Ck well network, Andrews Experimental Forest, 1989-1993

  • PI: Steven M. Wondzell
  • Originator: Steven M. Wondzell
  • Dates of data collection: Sep 14 1989 - Mar 25 1993
  • Data collection status: Study continues and further data collection is planned
  • Data access: Online
  • Last update: Apr 15 2005 (Version 2)

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ABSTRACT:
Measurements of stream stage of McRae Ck and water table heights from a network of shallow wells located adjacent to the stream. Data were collected from September 1989 to September 1992 on an irregular basis to sample both baseflow periods and storm events across seasons of the year. Stage height was read from staff plates permanently located at several location in the mainstem channel and in a small back channel; water table elevations were measured with a weighted measuring tape with a visible signal when the tape touched the water in the well.
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ENTITY TITLES:
1 Stream hyporheic and ground water elevations from the McRae Creek network METADATA DATA
2 Descriptions of wells (locations) METADATA DATA

RELATED MATERIALS:
  Well Location Map - Locations of wells
  Well Locations on gravel bar - Well Locations on gravel bar


RELATED DATABASES:
 Stream, hyporheic, and ground water chemistry of McRae Creek in the Andrews Experimental Forest, 1989 to 1992 (CF004)


RELATED PUBLICATIONS:
 Wondzell, Steve 1994, Flux of ground water and nitrogen through the floodplain of a fourth-order stream (Pub. 1556)
 Wondzell, Steven M., Swanson, Frederick J. 1996, Seasonal and storm dynamics of the hyporheic zone of a 4th-order mountain stream. I: Hydrologic processes (Pub. 2121)
 Wondzell, Steven M., Swanson, Frederick J. 1996, Seasonal and storm dynamics of the hyporheic zone of a 4th-order mountain stream. II: Nitrogen cycling (Pub. 2122)