Laboratory fluorescence and total dissolved nitrogen measurements for surface water samples collected from the Rio Grande during a 24-hr time period near Albuquerque, New Mexico
Here, we present data supporting temporal variability and sources of PFAS in the Rio Grande through an arid urban area using high-frequency sampling and novel samplers. Data are compiled into two tables: 1) full fluorescence spectra in vectorized format, and 2) summary file of concentrations of total dissolved nitrogen and commonly extracted field-based sensor arrays. Data are reported from two sites at Rio Grande, New Mexico during a 24-hour collection period. Two field blanks, one field replicate, and two laboratory replicates are reported for 26 environmental samples.
|Laboratory fluorescence and total dissolved nitrogen measurements for surface water samples collected from the Rio Grande during a 24-hr time period near Albuquerque, New Mexico
|Tim J Baxter, Angela Hansen, Jacob A Fleck, Diana M Oros, Bryan G Bonham, Anne K Le, Corrine E Sanford
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|Sacramento Projects Office (USGS California Water Science Center)