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The U.S. Geological Survey obtained measurements of channel geometry, flow velocity, and river discharge from five rivers in Alaska September 18–20, 2016, to support research on remote sensing of river discharge. The streamflow data were acquired from the Knik, Matanuska, Chena, and Salcha Rivers and Montana Creek using TeleDyne RD Instruments Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCPs), including the RioPro, StreamPro, and RiverRay models. The original *.mmt and *.pd0 format files are provided in this data release. This data release supports the following article: Legleiter, C.J., Kinzel, P.J., and Nelson, J.M., 2017, Remote measurement of river discharge using thermal particle image velocimetry (PIV) and various...
Effects of climate variability on discharge as dependent on catchment characteristics in the upper Loire basin, France
Kalman filter method for estimating organic contaminant concentrations in major Chesapeake Bay tributaries
Development of one dimensional water quality model for organic pollutants transported to sea from the Blackstone River.
Effects of spates and drying on macroinvertebrate assemblages of an intermittent and a perennial prairie stream
Linked global model of terrestrial hydrologic processes: Simulation of modern rivers, lakes, and wetlands
Heavy-metal enrichment in surficial sediments in the Oder River discharge area: source or sink for heavy metals?
Input of nutrients by the Rhone River into the Mediterranean Sea: Recent observations and comparison with earlier data
Component flow processes at four streams in the Catskill Mountains, New York, analysed using episodic concentration/discharge relationships
Evaluation of anthropogenic and biogenic inputs into the western Mediterranean using molecular markers
Impact of river discharge and regional climatology on the decay of sea ice in the Laptev Sea during spring and early summer
Temporal variability of amino acid, hexosamine, and carbohydrate fluxes on the eastern Brazilian continental margin related to discharge of the Sao Francisco River, Brazil