WSC-REACH

NSF-funded Water Sustainability and Climate (WSC) project to understand landscape vulnerability.

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Greater Blue Earth and Lake Pepin sediment fingerprinting data

These data include grain size, meteoric Beryllium-10 concentrations, excess Lead-210 activities, and Cesium-137 activities for 158 sediment samples collected from within the Greater Blue Earth watershed and Lake Pepin, in southern Minnesota.

Cross sections of the Le Sueur and Maple Rivers, Minnesota

A total of 44 cross-sections were surveyed on the Le Sueur and Maple rivers, near Mankato, Minnesota in 2008 and again in 2015. The cross sections were initially measured in 2008 to support development of a watershed sediment budget (Belmont et al., 2011; Gran et al., 2011) and a numerical sediment routing model (Viparelli et al., 2014). The flood of record occurred in 2010, with several other large floods in subsequent years. So the cross-sections were repeated in 2015 in an effort to quantify morphological changes in the channel to inform development of a morphodynamic channel-floodplain model (Call et al., 2017). In each survey, a total of 20 bankfull cross-section surveyed on the Le Sueur River and another 24 cross sections were surveyed on the Maple River.

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Title: Greater Blue Earth and Lake Pepin sediment fingerprinting data

Persistent ID: http://doi.org/10.5967/M0WQ01XT

Creator(s) Patrick Belmont, http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8244-3854, patrick.belmont@usu.edu ,Patrick Belmont, Shawn Schottler

Abstract: These data include grain size, meteoric Beryllium-10 concentrations, excess Lead-210 activities, and Cesium-137 activities for 158 sediment samples collected from within the Greater Blue Earth watershed and Lake Pepin, in southern Minnesota.

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sda
on Sep 28, 2018 9:51:59 AM

Title: Cross sections of the Le Sueur and Maple Rivers, Minnesota

Persistent ID: http://doi.org/10.5967/M0639MTH

Creator(s) Patrick Belmont, http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8244-3854, patrick.belmont@usu.edu

Abstract: A total of 44 cross-sections were surveyed on the Le Sueur and Maple rivers, near Mankato, Minnesota in 2008 and again in 2015. The cross sections were initially measured in 2008 to support development of a watershed sediment budget (Belmont et al., 2011; Gran et al., 2011) and a numerical sediment routing model (Viparelli et al., 2014). The flood of record occurred in 2010, with several other large floods in subsequent years. So the cross-sections were repeated in 2015 in an effort to quantify morphological changes in the channel to inform development of a morphodynamic channel-floodplain model (Call et al., 2017). In each survey, a total of 20 bankfull cross-section surveyed on the Le Sueur River and another 24 cross sections were surveyed on the Maple River.

Published: from WSC-REACH to
sda
on Sep 20, 2018 10:08:40 AM

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