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Streambed temperature data for the manuscript: Heat as a hydrologic tracer in shallow and deep heterogeneous media: analytical solution, spreadsheet tool, and field applications

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Release Date
2017
Start Date
2016-06-06
End Date
2016-06-06
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Citation

Kurylyk, B.L., Irvine, D.J, Carey, S., Briggs, M.A., Werkema, D., and Bonham, M., 2017, Streambed temperature data for the manuscript: Heat as a hydrologic tracer in shallow and deep heterogeneous media: analytical solution, spreadsheet tool, and field applications: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7NZ85VG.

Summary

This Data Release includes temperature measurements collected using a wrapped fiber-optic tool in a Cape Cod, MA streambed on 06/06/2016 to demonstrate the application of the manuscript: Kurylyk, B.L., Irvine, D.J, Carey, S., Briggs, M.A., Werkema, D., and Bonham, M., 2017, Heat as a hydrologic tracer in shallow and deep heterogeneous media: analytical solution, spreadsheet tool, and field applications, Hydrological Processes. The directory RAW_DATA contains the measured temperature time series at varied depth in the streambed along the vertical fiber-optic HRTS tool as described in the local read.me file. The OUTPUT directory contains simple statistical analysis (min/max, mean, stdev) of the raw temperature data as described in the [...]

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README.txt
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OUTPUT.zip
“Spreadsheet of the data file where basic calculations are made”
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RAW_DATA.zip
“Raw instrument output text files”
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SOURCE.zip
“Executables to extract raw fiber-optic temperature data”
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kurylyk2017_HP_temperature_data.xml
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Purpose

The temperature data contained in this release were collected in a zone of known groundwater upwelling in (horizontally) layered sediments to demonstrate the application of the analytical analysis method at the streambed scale. All other temperature data presented in the manuscript were not collected by USGS personal. Although these data and associated metadata have been reviewed for accuracy and completeness and approved for release by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), no warranty expressed or implied is made regarding the display or utility of the data on any other system or for general or scientific purposes, nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such warranty.

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