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Mobile Sensing Platform Data for Dissolved Organic Matter Study in the Northwest Field Canal in Logan, UT


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Created: Oct 18, 2017 at 10:10 p.m.
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DOI: 10.4211/hs.6711ca843bcc4834b51288a3ddc3aa08
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Abstract

This dataset includes data collected using a mobile sensing platform during baseflow and stormflow conditions in the Northwest Field Canal, located in Logan, UT. Data were collected by floating a payload of sensors in a longitudinal transect down the length of the canal and recording latitude, longitude, and several water quality variables, including fluorescent dissolved organic matter (FDOM), observations from custom fluorometers designed for calculating the fluorescence index (FI), dissolved oxygen, temperature, pH, specific conductance, and turbidity. The methods used in collection and processing of these data are described in detail in the methods document included within this resource.

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Resource Level Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
North Latitude
41.7662°
East Longitude
-111.8346°
South Latitude
41.7312°
West Longitude
-111.8513°

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Start Date:
End Date:

Content

readme.txt

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Data from and related to the mobile sensing platform using in the Northwest Field Canal is provided in the form of a zip file. In order to access the contents, you must download and unzip the file on your computer.

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Mobile Sensing Platform Data Folder Tree
>Finalized_Data
>Supplemental_Data
	>Data_Correction (Matlab Scripts for corrections and intermediary data)
		>>Run160628
		>>Run160713
		>>Run160824
		>>Run160913
			>>>Run1
			>>>Run2
		>>Run160914
		>>Run160921
			>>>Run1
			>>>Run2
		>>Run160923
	>Raw_Data
		>>Run160628
		>>Run160713
		>>Run160824
		>>Run160913
			>>>Run1
			>>>Run2
		>>Run160914
		>>Run160921
			>>>Run1
			>>>Run2
		>>Run160923

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Root Level Folder Content Descriptions

Finalized_Data - This folder contains data files for fully corrected mobile sensing platform runs. Data files in this folder are from the mobile sensing platform and have been fully quality controlled. This includes removal of data from before the run began and after the run ended (QC1), removal of data where the boat was out of water or in low water, affecting all sensors (QC2), conversion of Lat/Lon data to easting/northing UTM (QC2.5), calculated boat distances along the centerline of the canal (QC3), fast and slow data tables combined and turbidity data interpolated (QC3.5), temperature and turbidity correction of FDOM, CDOM, fEM470 and fEM520 sensor values (QC4), and lastly, erroneous data values specific to individual sensors (C6, YSI, turbidity) changed to NaN (QC5). NaN values represent data that were removed during the quality control of the mobile platform data. Use this data for future analyses.

NWFC_MobilePlatform_Methods.docx - This document provides supplementary info for the methods used in operating the mobile sensing platform. 

Supplemental_Data - This folder contains raw mobile platform data and supporting files that were used to quality control the data. See the readme.txt file in the root level of the Supplemental_Data folder for supporting documentation. This data should not need to be used for future analyses, it is recommended that the finalized data provided be used. 


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BoatData_YYMMDD Variables, Units, and Methods description (comma-delimited) 
# Variable,UnitsAbbreviation,Method
# TIMESTAMP,UTC-7,No method specified
# RECORD, unitless,No method specified
# Batt_Volt, V,Battery voltage measured by a Campbell Scientific datalogger.
# PTemp, c,Panel temperature measured by a Campbell Scientific datalogger.
# Gar_Latitude, UTM northing,"UTM coordinates calculated from the measured latitude position at the beginning of observation time measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver in degrees, minutes, thousandths of minutes (ddmm.mmmm)"
# Gar_Longitude, UTM easting,"UTM coordinates calculated from the measured longitude position at the beginning of observation time measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver in degrees, minutes, thousandths of minutes (ddmm.mmmm)"
# Gar_Altitude, m,Elevation measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver
# Gar_Speed, m/s,Speed over ground measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver
# Gar_Course, degrees,Course over ground measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver
# Gar_NumSatellites, unitless,Number of satellites used for GPS fix measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver
# Gar_GPSQuality, unitless,"GPS fix quality measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver: 0 = invalid, 1 = GPS, 2 = differential GPS, 6 = estimated"
# C6_CDOM_tt, QSU,Temperature and turbidity corrected colored dissolved organic matter measured using a Turner Cyclops-7 CDOM sensor on a C6 Multi-Sensor Platform. Measured in quinine sulfate equivalents (QSU). Correction follows the method presented in Lee et al. (2015): FDOM_corr = [FDOM_meas/[1-0.017(Temp_meas-Temp_ref)]]/(0.82*exp(-0.005*Turb_meas)+0.18)
# C6_fEM470_tt, RFUB,Temperature and turbidity corrected fluorescent dissolved organic matter measured using a Turner Cyclops-7 custom fluorometer (EX 380/EM 470 with +-20 bandpass) on a C6 Multi-Sensor Platform. Measured in blank subtracted relative fluorescence units (RFUB). Correction follows the method presented in Lee et al. (2015): FDOM_corr = [FDOM_meas/[1-0.017(Temp_meas-Temp_ref)]]/(0.82*exp(-0.005*Turb_meas)+0.18)
# C6_fEM520_tt, RFUB,Temperature and turbidity corrected fluorescent dissolved organic matter measured using a Turner Cyclops-7 custom fluorometer (EX 380/EM 520 with +-20 bandpass) on a C6 Multi-Sensor Platform. Measured in blank subtracted relative flouresence units (RFUB). Correction follows the method presented in Lee et al. (2015): FDOM_corr = [FDOM_meas/[1-0.017(Temp_meas-Temp_ref)]]/(0.82*exp(-0.005*Turb_meas)+0.18)
# C6_Depth, m,Water depth measured using a Turner C6 Multi-Sensor Platform.
# C6_Temp, c,Water temperature measured using a Turner C6 Multi-Sensor Platform. 
# EXO_Temp, c,Water temperature measured using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde.
# EXO_SpCond, uS/cm,Specific conductance measured using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde.
# EXO_pH, unitless,pH measured using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde.
# EXO_ODOSat,%,Dissolved oxygen measured optically using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde. Corrected with temperature and local barometric pressure at the time of calibration.
# EXO_ODOLocal, %,Dissolved oxygen measured optically using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde.  Percent saturation output fixed to 100% regardless of barometric pressure.
# EXO_ODO, mg/L,Dissolved oxygen concentration measured optically using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde.
# EXO_fDOM_tt, QSU,Temperature and turbidity corrected fluorescent dissolved organic matter measured using a YSI EXO multi-parameter water quality sonde. Measured in quinine sulfate equivalents (QSU). Correction follows the method presented in Lee et al. (2015): FDOM_corr = [FDOM_meas/[1-0.017(Temp_meas-Temp_ref)]]/(0.82*exp(-0.005*Turb_meas)+0.18)
# Turb_Mean, NTU,Turbidity measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Average of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# Turb_Variance, NTU,Turbidity measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Variance of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# Turb_Median, NTU,Turbidity measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Median of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# Turb_BES, NTU,Turbidity measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Best Easy Systematic Estimator of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# Turb_Min, NTU,Turbidity measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Minimum of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# Turb_Max, NTU,Turbidity measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Measured in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). Maximum of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# Turb_Temperature, c,Water temperature measured using a Forest Technology Systems DTS-12 turbidity sensor. Average of a burst sample of 100 measurements over 5 seconds.
# distance, m,Calculated distance traveled in total from the point of reference
# x_loc, UTM easting,"UTM coordinates calculated from the measured longitude position at the beginning of observation time measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver in degrees, minutes, thousandths of minutes (ddmm.mmmm)"
# y_loc, UTM northing,"UTM coordinates calculated from the measured latitude position at the beginning of observation time measured using a Garmin GPS 16X-HVS GPS Receiver in degrees, minutes, thousandths of minutes (ddmm.mmmm)"

References

Related Resources

The content of this resource serves as the data for: Mihalevich, B. A., Horsburgh, J. S., Melcher, A. A. (2017). High-frequency measurements reveal spatial and temporal patterns of dissolved organic matter in an urban water conveyance, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10661-017-6310-y
The content of this resource serves as the data for: Mihalevich, B. A. (2017). Resolving Spatial and Temporal Variability in Dissolved Organic Matter Characteristics within Combined Agricultural and Stormwater Conveyances, Digital Commons at USU, All Graduate Theses and Dissertations, 6264. https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/etd/6264

Credits

Funding Agencies

This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
Utah Water Research Laboratory
National Science Foundation iUTAH-innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability 1208732

Contributors

People that contributed technically, materially, financially, or provided general support for the creation of the resource's content but are not considered authors.

Name Organization Address Phone Author Identifiers
Tyler King Utah State University 8200 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-8200
Anthony A. Melcher Utah State University 8200 Old Main Hill, Logan, Utah 84322-8200

How to Cite

Mihalevich, B., J. S. Horsburgh (2017). Mobile Sensing Platform Data for Dissolved Organic Matter Study in the Northwest Field Canal in Logan, UT, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.6711ca843bcc4834b51288a3ddc3aa08

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