The Biscuit Brook and Neversink Reservoir Watersheds: Long-term investigations of stream chemistry, soil chemistry, and aquatic ecology in the Catskill Mountains, New York, USA, 1983 to 2020

Hydrological Processes
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Abstract

This data note describes the Biscuit Brook and Neversink Reservoir watershed Long-Term Monitoring Data that includes: 1) stream discharge, (1983 – 2020 for Biscuit Brook and 1937 – 2020 for the Neversink Reservoir watershed), 2) stream water chemistry, 1983-2020, at 4 stations, 3) fish survey data from 16 locations in the watershed 1990-2019, 4) soil chemistry data from 2 headwater sub-watersheds, 1993-2012, and 5) periodic stream water chemistry sampling data from 364 locations throughout the watershed, 1983-2020. The Neversink Reservoir watershed in the Catskill Mountains of New York, USA drains an area of 172.5 km2. The watershed feeds one of 6 reservoirs in New York City's West of Hudson water supply, which accounts for about 90% of the city's water supply. Biscuit Brook is a 9.63 km2 tributary sub-watershed within the Neversink Reservoir watershed.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title The Biscuit Brook and Neversink Reservoir Watersheds: Long-term investigations of stream chemistry, soil chemistry, and aquatic ecology in the Catskill Mountains, New York, USA, 1983 to 2020
Series title Hydrological Processes
DOI 10.1002/hyp.14394
Edition Online First
Year Published 2021
Language English
Publisher Wiley
Contributing office(s) New York Water Science Center
Country United States
State New York
Other Geospatial Biscuit Brook and Neversink Reservoir Watersheds
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