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Loch Vale Watershed: Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budgets (WEBB) Program


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Hydrologic Data

Chemistry Data

Andrews Creek

Stream chemistry:

Precipitation Chemistry and Amount


Wet deposition at 1 site:

Quality Assurance

Discharge data are processed by field office personnel according to standard U.S. Geological Survey procedures. Chemical and meteorological data undergo quality-assurance checks at the end of the hydrologic season after the data sets are complete.

Meteorological Data

Main weather station.

Main Weather Station (401719105394311)

40o17'17" 105o39'43"

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Air Temperature Data (.xlsx) (.csv)

Weather station at Andrews Meadow.

Andrews Meadow (401723105400101)

40o17'25" 105o39'57"

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Weather station at Sharkstooth.

Sharkstooth (401638105402601)

40o16'42" 105o40'29"

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