These data were collected to support monitoring of the Upper Clark Fork River restoration, and data collection was funded by the US NSF Long Term Research in Environmental Biology (LTREB) program and the US NSF EPSCoR funded Montana Consortium for Research on Environmental Water Systems. The LTREB monitoring project consists of monthly or bi-weekly water quality monitoring across a 200-km restoration gradient contaminated by historic mining practices to monitor inorganic phosphorus and nitrogen concentrations, biotic standing stocks, and heavy metal contamination. The original analytical intent for these data was to assess the response of river dissolved organic carbon to the floodplain restoration. Data are Aurora Total Organic Carbon combustion analyses of the concentration of organic carbon dissolved in filtered samples of well-mixed river thalweg water. Data are from the 2019 water year (1 Oct 2018 to 30 Sep 2019). Data were collected on the Upper Clark Fork River (USGS HUC 17010201) at project sites distributed along the river from the vicinity of Anaconda to Missoula, Montana, USA.
DeGrandpre, Michael D - University of Montana
Young, Fischer L - University of Montana
Valett, H Maurice - University of Montana
Utzman, Claire - University of Montana
Environmental Data Initiative (EDI)
DeGrandpre, M.D., F.L. Young, H.M. Valett, and C. Utzman. 2021. Concentration of dissolved organic carbon in water samples taken from the Upper Clark Fork River (Montana, USA) during water year 2019 (1 Oct 2018 - 30 Sep 2019) ver 1. Environmental Data Initiative. https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/111eceba2dc9d13eb394d889e4841025 (Accessed 2022-08-02).