Revision date: February 10, 2009
This data set contains streamwater concentrations of pH, specific conductivity, base cations, carbon (dissolved organic carbon (DOC), particulate organic carbon (POC) and bicarbonate alkalinity) and silica for four headwater streams in the seasonally dry Amazon (Johnson et al. (2006a) and Johnson et al. (2006b). Data are provided in one comma-separated ASCII file.
This hydrologic study of four headwater watersheds was conducted in an undisturbed forest near Juruena, Mato Grosso in the seasonally dry, southern Amazon. The small catchments range in size from 0.85 to 1.9 ha. Stream water samples were collected weekly during rainy seasons and biweekly during the dry seasons. Stream water concentrations of base cations, silica, electrical conductivity, DOC, and alkalinity varied inversely with discharge. While there was variation among the watersheds, the concentration-discharge patterns were consistent for each of the four watersheds. Discharge data are not included in this data set and will be archived separately.
Figure 1. Study location near Juruena, Mato Grosso, Brazil, depicted with watershed delimitation and streams overlain on a 2002 IKONOS panchromatic image of the forested study location (courtesy EOS-Webster). Watersheds are identified as B1, B2, B3, and B4 from right to left.
Cite this data set as follows:
Johnson, M.S., J. Lehmann, S.J. Riha, J.P. Novaes Filho and E.G. Couto. 2009. LBA-ECO ND-11 Stream Carbon and Nutrients, Mato Grosso, Brazil: 2003-2006. Data set. Available on-line [http://daac.ornl.gov] from Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A. doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/921
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Project: LBA (Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in the Amazon)
LBA Science Component: Nutrient Dynamics
Team ID: D-11 (Lehmann / Passos / Couto)
The investigators were Johnson, Mark Stephen; Lehmann, Johannes and Couto, Eduardo Guimaraes . You may contact Johnson, Mark Stephen (email@example.com).
LBA Data Set Inventory ID: ND11_Stream_Nutrients
A hydrologic study of four headwater watersheds was conducted in an undisturbed forest near Juruena, Mato Grosso in the seasonally dry, southern Amazon. The small catchments range in size from 0.85 to 1.9 ha. Stream water samples were collected weekly during rainy seasons and biweekly during the dry seasons. Stream water concentrations of base cations, silica, electrical conductivity, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and alkalinity varied inversely with discharge. While there was variation among the watersheds, the concentration-discharge patterns were consistent for each of the four watersheds.
This data set contains streamwater concentrations of pH, specific conductivity, base cations, carbon (DOC, POC and bicarbonate alkalinity) and silica for four headwater streams in the seasonally dry Amazon.
Related Data Sets :
LBA-ECO ND-11 Coarse Particulate Organic Carbon Watershed Exports, Jurena: 2003-2004
LBA-ECO ND-11 Soil Properties of Forested Headwater Catchments, Mato Grosso, Brazil
One comma-delimited ASCII file is provided. Values of -9999 in ASCII file indicate missing values. Headwater stream locations are shown in Figure 1.
Data file: base-flow.csv
---column 1: Stream; identifier for headwater stream
---column 2: Date; sample collection date in yyyy/mm/dd format
---column 3: pH; stream water pH determined in situ
---column 4: EC; stream water electrical conductivity (EC) determined in situ (uS/cm)
---column 5: Na; stream water sodium concentration (mg/L)
---column 6: K; stream water potassium concentration (mg/L)
---column 7: Mg; stream water magnesium concentration (mg/L)
---column 8: Ca; stream water calcium concentration (mg/L)
---column 9: DOC; stream water dissolved organic carbon (DOC, <0.7 um) concentration (mg/L)
---column 10: POC; stream water fine particulate organic carbon (POC, 0.7 um - 2 mm) concentration (mg/L)
---column 11: SiO2; stream water silica concentration (mg/L)
---column 12: pH_lab; stream water pH determined in lab after filtration and equilibration
---column 13: Alk; stream water alkalinity determined in lab after equilibration (mg C/L from HCO3-)
Example Data Records
Site boundaries: (All latitude and longitude given in degrees and fractions)
|Site (Region)||Westernmost Longitude||Easternmost Longitude||Northernmost Latitude||Southernmost Latitude||Geodetic Datum|
|Mato Grosso - Juruena (Mato Grosso)||-58.75969||-58.75969||-10.42492||-10.42492||World Geodetic System, 1984 (WGS-84)|
Platform/Sensor/Parameters measured include:
Data sets contain results from field study of stream water nutrient and carbon contents at four headwater watersheds.
No known problems with data.
Stream samples were collected as grab samples, filtered using glass fiber filters, and analyzed using ion chromatography (base cations), total carbon analyzer (DOC and POC), and colorimetrically (silica). Alkalinity was determined by titration to fixed endpoint (pH = 4.5) and expressed as HCO3- (mg C/L). Stream water pH and specific conductivity recorded in field (in situ) using hand-held, combination pH / EC meter.
This data is available through the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC).
Telephone: +1 (865) 241-3952
Johnson, M.S., J. Lehmann, E.G. Couto, J.P. Novaes, and S.J. Riha. (2006a). DOC and DIC in flowpaths of Amazonian headwater catchments with hydrologically contrasting soils. Biogeochemistry 81(1):45-57.doi: 10.1007/s10533-006-9029-3.
Johnson, M.S., J. Lehmann, E.C. Selva, M. Abdo, S.J. Riha, and E.G. Couto (2006b). Organic carbon fluxes within and streamwater exports from forested headwater catchments in the southern Amazon. Hydrological Processes 20: 2599-2614. doi: 10.1002/hyp.6218.