This dataset is from a sampling campaign completed over the course of 48 hours to investigate the effects of groundwater pumping induced water level variation on aqueous chemistry, dissolved organic matter chemistry, and metabolic potential of microbial communities at the Jordan River, Israel. Filtered surface water (SW) and pore water (PP) samples were collected every three hours in August 2018. This dataset is one of seven companion datasets that were part of the WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study of freshwater rivers. All seven datasets are available on ESS-DIVE; they can be found by searching for WHONDRS 48 Hour.This package contains a variety of chemical and hydrologic variables. All data types are provided in a standard format. Basic geochemistry analyses (e.g., non-purgeable organic carbon concentration, cations, anions, SpC, pH) were conducted, standardized photos were taken, surface water hydrographs were collated from existing instrumentation, and extensive metadata were captured. Aqueous chemistry variables include USGS codes in the first portion of the variable name (e.g., 00940_Cl_mg_per_L). These codes allow for interoperability with USGS water quality data. In addition, samples were delivered to the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL; https://www.pnnl.gov/environmental-molecular-sciences-laboratory) for high resolution characterization of dissolved organic matter via 12 Tesla Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FTICR-MS). The data package contains instructions to process the FTICR data based on the user’s specific needs, and sample-level summary indices derived from the FTICR data will be added to the data package. Beyond the data in this data package, metagenomic data are being generated on associated microbial communities. When these data are available, the data package will be updated with information on accessing them. Please contact WHONDRS@pnnl.gov for more information. Please use the data package’s DOI to cite the data package. We ask that you email us at WHONDRS@pnnl.gov to let us know that you're using the data and acknowledge WHONDRS and the U.S. Department of Energy's Subsurface Biogeochemical Research program—which generously provides funding to WHONDRS—in your publications, proposals, presentations, etc. All data are free to be used for any purpose, such as for manuscripts, presentations, and grant proposals. There is no obligation to include WHONDRS members as co-authors.
|Date made available
|Environmental System Science Data Infrastructure for a Virtual Ecosystem; Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS)
|The shoreline of the Jordan River, Israel