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Data supporting the study of increasing floodplain connectivity through urban stream restoration increases nutrient and sediment retention, 2012-2013

Dates

Publication Date
Start Date
2012
End Date
2013

Citation

McMillan, S.K., and Noe, G.B., 2017, Data supporting the study of increasing floodplain connectivity through urban stream restoration increases nutrient and sediment retention, 2012-2013: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7VH5M9X.

Summary

This data set presents ecosystem geomorphic and soil attributes, sediment and nutrient loading rates, and rates of nutrient biogeochemistry processes, including denitrification and N and P mineralization, in floodplains of urban restored streams. The restored streams were located in the Charlotte, North Carolina, metropolitan area and were studied from 2012-2013.

Contacts

Point of Contact :
Gregory B. Noe
Originator :
Sara K. McMillan, Gregory B. Noe
Metadata Contact :
Gregory B. Noe
Publisher :
U.S. Geological Survey
Distributor :
U.S. Geological Survey - ScienceBase
USGS Mission Area :
Water Resources
SDC Data Owner :
National Research Program

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Purpose

Data were collected to measure the effects of urban stream restoration on increasing hydrologic connectivity to floodplains and resulting floodplain ecosystem water quality processes

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