Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems

Richland,  WA 
United States
https://whondrs.pnnl.gov
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WHONDRS is a global consortium that aims to understand coupled hydrologic, biogeochemical, and microbial function within river corridors, with an emphasis on open science throughout the research lifecycle. WHONDRS aims to galvanize a global community around understanding these coupled systems from local to global scales. Reach out to learn about free sampling kits/analyses


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What is WHONDRS and How Can You Get Involved?

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  • Free river corridor sampling kit and open data
    Click to learn more about receiving a free river corridor sampling kit to support your science and our open access data packages published on ESS-DIVE....

  • River Corridor Sampling Kit

    Contact WHONDRS to receive a free river corridor sampling kit that contains all the materials needed to collect surface water and/or sediments for ultrahigh-resolution organic matter characterization, ion chemistry, and microbial sequence-based analyses. We can also modify the kits to meet collaborator-specific needs and interests (e.g., extending to additional data types such as mineralogy). Watch the video protocol here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lRp14ow4tE.

    Open Access Data

    We encourage you to explore our data packages and use them for your analyses, proposals, presentations, and manuscripts. Please feel free to contact us for help in working with the data.

     

    Toyoda J G ; Goldman A E ; Chu R K ; Danczak R E ; Daly R A ; Garayburu-Caruso V A ; Graham E B ; Lin X ; Moran J J ; Ren H ; Renteria L ; Resch C T ; Tfaily M ; Tolic N ; Torgeson J M ; Wells J ; Wrighton K C ; Stegen J C ; WHONDRS Consortium (2020): WHONDRS Summer 2019 Sampling Campaign: Global River Corridor Surface Water FTICR-MS and Stable Isotopes. Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemistry Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS). doi:10.15485/1603775

    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). doi:10.15485/1577278

    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). doi:10.15485/1577263.

    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). doi:10.15485/1577265.

    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). doi:10.15485/1577266.

    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

    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

    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). doi:10.15485/1577260.

    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