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USGS Data Series 423

Selected Physical, Chemical, and Biological Data Used to Study Urbanizing Streams in Nine Metropolitan Areas of the United States, 1999–2004

National Water-Quality Assessment Program

By Elise M.P. Giddings, Amanda H. Bell, Karen M. Beaulieu, Thomas F. Cuffney, James F. Coles, Larry R. Brown, Faith A. Fitzpatrick, James Falcone, Lori A. Sprague, Wade L. Bryant, Marie C. Peppler, Cory Stephens, and Gerard McMahon

Table 3. Instream characteristics

Table 3. Instream characteristics (149 KB)

Table 3-A. Streamflow variability and hydrology data (278 KB)

Table 3-B. Stream temperature (150 KB)

Table 3-C. Stream chemistry - High Flow Nutrients (240 KB)

Table 3-D. Stream chemistry - Low Flow Nutrients (232 KB)

Table 3-E. Stream chemistry - High Intensity Nutrients (2.4 MB)

Table 3-F. Stream chemistry - High Flow Pesticides (455 KB)

Table 3-G. Stream chemistry - Low Flow Pesticides (436 KB)

Table 3-H. Stream chemistry - High Intensity Pesticides (622 KB)

Table 3-I. Semipermeable membrane device data (636 KB)

Table 3-J. Stream segment land cover (92 KB)

Table 3-K. HDAS and calculated habitat data (468 KB)

Table 3-L. Habitat data comments (19 KB)

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