This data set is related to the manuscript "Simultaneous attenuation of trace organic compounds and organic matter in streams: Comparison of surface water and the hyporheic zone", currently under review at Scientific Reports. For further information, contact Birgit M. Mueller (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Data from a field sampling campaign at two study sites at the "Rechter Randgraben", a side channel of the River Erpe (also called Neuenhagener Mühlenfließ) in September-October 2018.
Upstream site located at: 52.479659 N, 13.635827 E
Downstream site located at: 52.476437 N, 13.625765 E
baro = ambient air
SWup = surface water at upstream site
SWdown = surface water at downstream site
PWdown = pore water ini 25 cm sediment depth at downstream site (three measuring spots 1,2 and 3 with horizontal distance of 2 m along flow direction)
air / water pressure,
|measured with CTD divers (Van Essen Instruments B.V., Netherlands)|
|TrOCs_DOM_chemistry_data.csv||NH4+, NO3-, DOC, SO42-, FE2+, Mn4+, 17 pharmaceuticals, 7 dissolved organic matter compound classes||SWup, SWdown, PWdown||surface water samples taken with automatic water sampler (SWup), with tube fixed in water column (SWdown) or with steel sampling rods (PWdown)|
|TrOCs_DOM_runoff_data.csv||channel width, depth and total area, mean flow velocity, discharge||SWdown||Measured with MF pro, OTT Hydromet, Loveland, USA|
|TrOCs_DOM_sediment_data.csv||Sediment characterization: hydraulic conductivity, grain size distribution, thermal properties||Sediment of river bed at downstream site||Three sediment cores were taken, hydraulic conductivity measured with KSAT device (Meter Group, United States), thermal properties with KD2 Pro (Decagon Devices Inc., Pullman, WA, USA)|
|General_MetadataTrace_organics_and_dissolved_organic_matter_-_study_at_"Rechter_Randgraben".xml||17. May. 2021 20:24||xml||ODC-By||Download|
|General_MetadataTrace_organics_and_dissolved_organic_matter_-_study_at_"Rechter_Randgraben".eml||17. May. 2021 20:24||eml||ODC-By||Download|
|TrOCs_DOM_sediment_data.csv||02. Nov. 2020 16:15||datatable: .csv||Download|
|TrOCs_DOM_runoff_data.csv||02. Nov. 2020 16:14||datatable: .csv||Download|
|TrOCs_DOM_hydrology_data.csv||02. Nov. 2020 16:14||datatable: .csv||Download|
|TrOCs_DOM_chemistry_data.csv||02. Nov. 2020 16:14||datatable: .csv||Download|
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