Chorover, J., Perdrial, J., McIntosh, J., Troch, P., Amistadi, M., Losleben, M., Condon, K., Pedron, S. 2018. Jemez River Basin Soil Solution Chemistry 2011 (New Mexico, USA), Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/111156.
Jemez River Basin Soil Solution Chemistry 2011 (New Mexico, USA)
**This is a new version of a previously submitted dataset.** Soil solution samples in the Jemez River Basin field sites of the Catalina-Jemez Critical Zone Observatory (CZO) are collected with two types of soil solution samples: i) Prenart Super Quartz suction cups (www.prenart.dk). Prenart suction cups are optimized for all chemistry analyses and were installed without addition of Si-slurry to allow for artifact-free Si analyses. Applied suction for each Prenart is ~ 60kPa. ii) Custom made, fiberglass wick-based passive capillary wick samplers (PCaps, Perdrial et al. 2012). PCaps are optimized for water flux determination and sampling for organic carbon, most anions and metals. PCap samples should however not be used for major cations (Na, Mg, Si, K, Ca) and dissolved inorganic carbon because of artifacts from the fiberglass materials (see Perdrial et al (2014) for a complete list). Passive suction, based on the length of the hanging water column, is ~3 kPa. Soil solution samplers were installed in each of six pits in the Mixed Conifer Zero Order Basin (MC-ZOB) at 3 (PCaps) and 4 (Prenarts) depths. Pit locations were selected to capture differences in catchment aspect (SE facing: Pit 3 and 4, NW facing: Pit 1 and 6), landscape position (hollow Pit 2 and 5, planar Pit 1 and 6, divergent Pit 3, convergent Pit 4). All samplers are collocated with Decagon soil moisture and temperature probes.
Coverage Scope: Other
Geographic Location: Valles Caldera, Jemez River Basin, New Mexico
Perdrial, J.N., Perdrial, N., Harpold, A., Gao, X., LaSharr, K.M., Chorover, J. (2012) Impacts of sampling dissolved organic matter with passive capillary wicks versus aqueous soil extraction. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 76: 2019-2030, doi: 10.2136/sssaj2012.0061.
Vazquez-Ortega, A., Perdrial, J., Harpold, A., Zapata-Rios, X., Rasmussen, C., McIntosh, J., Schaap, M., Pelletier, J. D., Brooks, P. D., Amistadi, M. K., and Chorover, J. (2015) Rare earth elements as reactive tracers of biogeochemical weathering in forested rhyolitic terrain. Chemical Geology, 391: 19-32, doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2014.10.016.
Perdrial, J. N., Perdrial, N., Vazquez-Ortega, A., Porter, C., Leedy, J., and Chorover, J. (2014) Experimental Assessment of Passive Capillary Wick Sampler Suitability for Inorganic Soil Solution Constituents. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 78(2): 486-495, doi: 10.2136/sssaj2013.07.0279.
Vazquez-Ortega, A., Huckle, D., Perdrial, J., Amistadi, M. K., Durcik, M., Rasmussen, C., McIntosh, J., Chorover, J. (2016) Solid-phase redistribution of rare earth elements in hillslope pedons subjected to different hydrologic fluxes. Chemical Geology, 426: 1-18, doi: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2016.01.001.
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