Data of L. Schoemaker; The source of the southern tributary of the Ruebisbaach
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The main objective of the research 'The source of the southern tributary of the Ruebisbaach' is to figure out and understand what sources makes the southern tributary still flowing in a dry period and why it does so compared with the northern tributary. The geographical focus of the research report is the southern catchment of the Ruebisbaach. In the results of the research the southern catchment will be compared with the northern catchment. The results includes measured data during the research proces. These data is originated from various discharge and infiltration methods. All the collected discharge and infiltration data were processed in excel formats and analyzed in a systematic way. To find the right data the excel name is described as ‘Method_Topic_Catchment_Year’. For example if you want to find all Levelstick data it is descripted as ‘Levestick_Discharge_Ruebisbaach_2019’.
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