Monthly Archives: July 2012

CSASN – July/August 2012

We are back at Toolik Field Station in Northern Alaska to continue work for the Changing Seasonality in Arctic Stream Networks (CSASN) project. Our plan for the next four weeks is to complete several solute (conservative and non-conservative) injections and … Continue reading

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Measuring discharge with conservative tracers

Adam N. Wlostowski, Erika M. Smull, Michael N. Gooseff A quick, simple, and effective way to measure discharge in small headwater streams is to use dilution-gauging methods. Measuring flow with standard wading rod methods can be difficult in small streams, … Continue reading

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