Kentucky Geological Survey Research Data

Hydrology Data for Edge of Field Monitoring in a Sinkhole Dominated Karst Landscape, The Homeplace on the Green River

Title

Hydrology Data for Edge of Field Monitoring in a Sinkhole Dominated Karst Landscape, The Homeplace on the Green River

Researcher ORCID Identifier

Charles Taylor: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2691-2740

Benjamin Tobin: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0757-9946

Files

Download Readme file (4 KB)

Download Field descriptions (schema file) (13 KB)

Download Dataset (water data file) (4.4 MB)

Download Field descriptions in non-proprietary format (8 KB)

Download Dataset in non-proprietary format (856 KB)

Release Date

7-10-2020

Publisher

University of Kentucky Libraries

Description

These data are a combination of precipitation quantity, spring flow, spring chemistry, spring and stream field measurement data, and dye trace results for a USDA funded research project at The Homeplace on the Green River in Taylor County, KY.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.13023/kgs.data.2020.01

Rights

© 2020 University of Kentucky

This dataset is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided that the dataset creators and source are credited and that changes (if any) are clearly indicated.

Supporting Information

Please see the Readme file.

File Format

Readme file: Text document (.txt)

Schema file: Microsoft Excel Worksheet (.xlsx)

Water data file: Microsoft Excel Worksheet (.xlsx)

File Size

Readme file: 4.73 KB

Schema file: 13.6 KB

Water data file: 4.35 MB

Spatial Coverage

Taylor County, KY. GPS locations of the research sites are available on the first tab of the water data file.

Temporal Coverage

2016-06-17 to 2019-02-06

Funding Information

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service-Kentucky Conservation Innovation Grant Program

Related Content

Tobin, BW, Polk, JS, Arpin, SM, Shelley, A, Taylor, CJ. In Review. A Conceptual Model of Epikarst Processes Across Sites, Seasons, and Storm Events. Journal of Hydrology.

Notes

The research data and schema information are also available for download in a non-proprietary format.

Hydrology Data for Edge of Field Monitoring in a Sinkhole Dominated Karst Landscape, The Homeplace on the Green River

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