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WHONDRS Data Products and Select Publications

If you use preliminary WHONDRS data in your work, please let us know (whondrs@pnnl.gov) before you begin, so that we can provide you with the most up-to-date data. If you use published WHONDRS data in your work, please let us know so that we are aware.

WHONDRS ascribes to the perspective that resources, knowledge, and data belong to the community as a whole and that science advances more rapidly and more robustly through community ownership. As such, the scientific community is encouraged to use WHONDRS data—with no strings attached—in their analyses and/or to perform secondary reanalysis to pursue additional science questions, evaluate the reproducibility of previous analyses, and deepen understanding with future improvements to data analysis approaches.

Below you will find links to WHONDRS published datasets, preliminary data that has not yet been published, and select publications that provide information on WHONDRS or utilize WHONDRS data. If you use WHONDRS data in your work, please let us know.

Published Data

Chu R K ; Goldman A E ; Brooks S C ; Danczak R E ; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B ; Jones M ; Jones N ; Lin X ; Morad J W ; Ren H ; Renteria L ; Resch C T ; Tfaily M ; Tolic N ; Toyoda J G ; Wells J R ; Stegen J C (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at the East Fork Poplar Creek, TN. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS).

Danczak R E ; Goldman A E ; Chu R K ; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B ; He X ; Lin X ; Meile C ; Morad J W ; Ren H ; Renteria L ; Resch C T ; Rooze J ; Schalles J ; Tfaily M ; Thomle J ; Tolic N ; Toyoda J G ; Wells J R ; Stegen J C (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at the Altamaha River, GA. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS).

Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Goldman A E ; Chu R K ; Danczak R E ; Graham E B ; Lin X ; Morad J W ; Ren H ; Renteria L ; Resch C T ; Tfaily M ; Tolic N ; Toyoda J G ; Wells J R ; Stegen J C (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at the Columbia River, WA. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS).

Goldman A E ; Arnon S ; Bar-Zeev E ; Chu R K ; Danczak R E ; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B ; Lin X ; Morad J W ; Ren H ; Renteria L ; Resch C T ; Tfaily M ; Tolic N ; Toyoda J G ; Wells J R ; Stegen J C (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at the Jordan River, Israel. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS).

Renteria L ; Goldman A E ; Chu R K ; Danczak R E ; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B ; Lin X ; Morad J W ; Ren H ; Resch C T ; Tfaily M ; Tolic N ; Toyoda J G ; Wells J R ; Znotinas K R ; Stegen J C (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at the Nisqually River, WA. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS). doi:10.15485/1576995

Wells J R ; Goldman A E ; Chu R K ; Danczak R E ; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B ; Lewandowski J ; Lin X ; Meinikmann K ; Morad J W ; Müller B M ; Ren H ; Renteria L ; Resch C T ; Schulz H ; Tfaily M ; Tolic N ; Toyoda J G ; Stegen J C (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at the Erpe River, Germany. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS).

Stegen J C ; Goldman A E; Chu R K; Danczak R E; Garayburu-Caruso V A; Graham E B; Lin X; Morad J W; Ren H; Renteria L; Resch C T; Tfaily M; Tolic N; Toyoda J G; Wells J R (2019): WHONDRS 48 Hour Diel Cycling Study at HJ Andrews Experimental Forest Watershed 1 (WS1). Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS). doi:10.15485/1509695

Stegen J C; Goldman A E; Blackburn S E; Chu R K; Danczak R E; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B; Grieshauber C; Lin X; Morad J W; Ren H; Renteria L; Resch C T; Tfaily M; Tolic N; Toyoda J G; Wells J R; Znotinas K R (2018): WHONDRS Surface Water Sampling for Metabolite Biogeography. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS). doi:10.15485/1484811

Preliminary Data

The preliminary data is available here, but has not been through QA/QC and will likely change as we put them through the QA/QC process. If you choose to use them in your work, please cite the final data set when it is published to ESS-DIVE.

Select Publications

Stegen JC, Goldman AE. 2018. WHONDRS: a community resource for studying dynamic river corridors. mSystems 3:e00151-18. https://doi.org/10.1128/mSystems.00151-18.

U.S. DOE. 2019. Open Watershed Science by Design: Leveraging Distributed Research Networks to Understand Watershed Systems Workshop Report, DOE/SC-0200, U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science. https://doesbr.org/openwatersheds/index.shtml.

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