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Dataset URLs:METADATA: HTML, Rich Text, XML(EML compliant)
DATA: Comma Delimited, Excel file with Metadata and data, Dataset via LTER Data Poral
Dataset ID:1997_ArcticLTER_Lakes_physchem.02
Dataset Title:Physical and chemical data for various lakes near Toolik Research Station, Arctic LTER Summer 1997.
Investigator 1: 
First Name:Michael
Last Name:Miller
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Investigator 2: 
First Name:Anne
Last Name:Giblin
Investigator 3: 
First Name:Neil
Last Name:Bettez
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Investigator 4: 
First Name:Christine
Last Name:Stevenson
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Keywords:chemistry, depth, pH, conductivity, temperature, photosynthetically active radiation, light, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll, chlorophyll a, aquatic ecosystems, arctic, freshwater, irradiance, lakes, limnology, oxygen, specific conductivity, inorganic nutrients, arctic lakes
Abstract:Yearly file describing the physical/chemical values recorded at various lakes near Toolik Research Station. Sample site descriptors include site, date, time, depth. Depth profiles of physical measures collected in situwith Hydrolab Datasonde in the field include temperature, conductivity, pH, dissolved oxygen in both percent saturation and mg/l, SCUFA chlorophyll-a values in both volts and g/l, and PAR.
For questions about the Metadata and data contact the Investigators.
For information about this web site contact:
Arctic LTER Information Manager
The Ecosystems Center
Marine Biological Lab
7 MBL St
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Phone (508) 289 7496
Email: arc_im@mbl.edu
Online URL: http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/ARC/
DATA FILE INFORMATION:
Data File URL http://metacat.lternet.edu/das/dataAccessServlet?docid=knb-lter-arc.10179&urlTail=lakes/physchem/data/1997_ArcticLTER_Lakes_physchem.csv
Data File Name 1997_ArcticLTER_Lakes_physchem.1
Beginning Date 6/16/1997
End Date 8/13/1997
Number of Data Records 900
Other Files to Reference
Availability Status
Quality Control Information
Maintenance Description
Log of Changes: Log of changes: For Archival Use: DATE RECEIVED: 10-Sept-97 DATA FILE ENTERED BY: Neil Bettez DATA FILE VALIDATION: NAME: Neil Bettez DATE: 10-Sept-97
Data from all lakes compiled. Updated to new metadata form (with sites). CH March 2013
Version 2: Checked keywords against the LTER network preferred list and replaced non-preferred terms. Jim L 27Jan14
 
RESEARCH LOCATION:                                                                                      
Location Name Toolik Central E 01 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I swamp N 01 N 02 S 01 S 02 S 06 S 06 outlet S 07 inlet S 07 S 11 NE 9B NE 12 I swamp inlet I swamp outlet I1 into I3 I2 into I3 I2 outlet I3 outlet I4 outlet I5 outlet I6 outlet I7 outlet I8 outlet I4 into I5 I5 into I6 I6 inlet west I7 into I9 I8 headwater I8 inlet I8 into I9 I minus Milkyway  
Geographic Description Toolik Lake, Main Station Lake E1 Lake I1 Lake I2 Lake I3 Lake I4 Lake I5 Lake I6 Lake I7 Lake I8 Lake ISwamp Lake N1 Lake N2 Lake S1 Lake S2 Lake S6 Lake S6 outlet Lake S7 inlet Lake S7 Lake S11 Lake NE9B Lake NE12 I swamp inlet I swamp outlet I1 into I3 I2 into I3 I2 outlet I3 outlet I4 outlet I5 outlet I6 outlet I7 outlet I8 outlet I4 into I5 I5 into I6 I6 west I7 into I9 I8 head I8 inlet I8 into I9 I minus Milkyway  
Location Bounding Box                                                                                      
West Bounding Coordinate                                                                                      
East Bounding Coordinate                                                                                      
North Bounding Coordinate                                                                                      
South Bounding Coordinate                                                                                      
OR if single point location                                                                                      
Latitude 68.629961 68.6261956028 68.5687130789 68.5713195633 68.5755366301 68.57956715 68.5873874391 68.5965924039 68.6008747982 68.6101575207 68.610781 68.6398939358 68.6409472345 68.6245359666 68.6271690786 68.6293797816 68.629895 68.629587 68.6300627447 68.630148049 68.6526454831 68.65 68.61035 68.611683 68.574 68.57478333 68.572546 68.57754 68.58143 68.589087 68.598684 68.60183 68.611408 68.58423333 68.59491667 68.59688333 68.61818333 68.5736666666667 68.60853333 68.61838333 68.55634 68.62016667  
Longitude -149.612633 -149.555347706 -149.58807625 -149.565881618 -149.583644456 -149.58405938 -149.589625877 -149.59264335 -149.596582063 -149.582211513 -149.600742 -149.606965643 -149.625086307 -149.602166091 -149.611352962 -149.641623295 -149.640567 -149.646596 -149.644441789 -149.650579145 -149.599473662 -149.616666666667 -149.599766 -149.599254 -149.583566 -149.58205 -149.570268 -149.582003 -149.5861 -149.589219 -149.599853 -149.596713 -149.590132 -149.5836 -149.586316 -149.60125 -149.596766 -149.537166666667 -149.587633 -149.5965 -149.56628 -149.568166  
Elevation 719 762 785 785 774 770 767 754 742 744 736 731 724 720 720 731     731 750 747 699 736 736 774 774 785 774 770 767 754 742 744 770 754 754 728 808 744 728 801 In Meters  
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TAXONOMIC COVERAGE:
Organisms studied
 
Methods:For field work and sampling protocols see "Sampling and Field Methods Protocol" on The Arctic LTER webpage (http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/ARC/) specific link found below.



A Hydrolab SVR3-DL Surveyor 3 data logger and Hydrolab H20-BT Std. multiprobe
were used to measure: depth, temperature, pH, specific conductivity, and
dissolved oxygen (mg/l) at one meter intervals. Surface and underwater light
transmission was measured using a Licor LI 1400 digital light meter with surface
and underwater quantum sensors. Secchi depth was measured using 22-cm disk.

Notes: The Hydrolab was calibrated weekly for Oxygen, conductivity, and pH using
commercial standards.

Sampling Description.

None

Data Table

Variable Name Variable Description Data Type Units DateTime Format Code Information Missing Value Code
Site Site Name: Name of the lake where measurements were taken. There are discrete sampling sites defined by water depth, generally they are at the point of maximum depth. text        
Date Date readings were taken on. datetime   dd-mmm-yyyy    
Time_hr_dst Exact time that each reading was recorded in Alaska Daylight Savings Time (1 hour ahead of Alaska Standard Time: if 13:00 DST than 12:00 AST) datetime   hh:mm:ss   .=Missing or Not Measured
IBVSvr4a_V Internal Battery Voltage of the Surveyor 4a Datalogger. number volt     .=Missing or Not Measured
Temp_C Water temperature at depth. number celsius     .=Missing or Not Measured
Cond_uS Electrical conductivity of the water at depth. number microsiemenPerCentimeter     .=Missing or Not Measured
Dep_m Depth of water measurement taken at starting from the surface as 0. number meter     .=Missing or Not Measured
pH pH (opposite of the log of the hydrogen ion concentration). number dimensionless     .=Missing or Not Measured
DO_Sat The percent saturation of dissolved oxygen at depth. number percent     .=Missing or Not Measured
DO_mg/l The concentration of dissolved oxygen at depth. number milligramPerLiter     .=Missing or Not Measured
Chl_V In Vivo measurement of chlorophyll-a concentration. number volt     .=Missing or Not Measured
Chl_ug/l In Vivo measurement of chlorophyll-a concentration. number microgramPerLiter     .=Missing or Not Measured
PAR_uEm2s PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) measured below the water surface. number microEinsteinPerMeterSquaredPerSecond     .=Missing or Not Measured
refPAR_uEm2s PAR (photosynthetically active radiation) measured with Deck unit to correct for changes in ambient light. number microEinsteinPerMeterSquaredPerSecond     .=Missing or Not Measured
Secchi_m Measure of water transparency by depth a Secchi Disk is visible to. number meter     .=Missing or Not Measured
Hydrolab This field indicates which Hydrolab Datasonde instrument was used to take measurements text        
Notes Any additional information pertaining to measurments made for a particular depth, place and time. text        

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