Toxic Substances Hydrology Program


Amargosa Desert Research Site
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Contact Information

Brian Andraski
Phone: (775) 887-7636
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Dave Stonestrom
Phone: (650) 329-4528
Email:

 

Schedule of Planned Activities

Note: Schedule is tentative and subject to change.

Previous Activities 2008-1997 (PDF)

April-May 2011

USGS-NV, -NJ, -NRP; Portland State University; Texas Tech University (4/25-5/6): plant, air, shallow & deep unsaturated-zone sampling; soil moisture & groundwater level measurements; plant transects; service bulk precipitation gage, data loggers, and weather, evapotranspiration, water-flux meter, air-pressure instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

January 2011

USGS-NV, -NRP (1/10-14): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments. Check status of soil-carbon experiment. Prepare equipment and sample sites for spring plant-synoptic and soil-water vapor sampling.
Contact: Brian Andraski

November 2010

USGS-NV, -NRP (11/1-5): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments. Check status of soil-carbon experiment. Contact: Brian Andraski

August 2010

USGS-NV, -NRP (8/16-20): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments. Check status of soil-carbon experiment.
Contact: Brian Andraski

April-May 2010

USGS-NV, -NJ, -NRP; Portland State University; Texas Tech University (4/26-5/7): plant, air, shallow & deep unsaturated-zone sampling; soil moisture & groundwater level measurements; plant transects; service bulk precipitation gage, data loggers, and weather, evapotranspiration, water-flux meter, air-pressure instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

January-February 2010

USGS-NV (1/29-2/2): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

November 2009

USGS-NV (11/9-13): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

October 2009

USGS-NV (10/26-30): Soil and plant data collection, and topographic surveys of natural-perchlorate study areas.
Contact: Brian Andraski

August 2009

USGS-NV (8/24-28): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

April-May 2009

USGS-NV, -NJ, -NRP; Portland State University; Shaw Group; Texas Tech University (4/27-5/8): plant, air, shallow & deep unsaturated-zone sampling; evaporation experiments; soil moisture & groundwater level measurements; plant transects; service bulk precipitation gage, data loggers, and weather, evapotranspiration, water-flux meter, air-pressure instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

February 2009

USGS-NV (2/9-13): Measure soil moisture and groundwater level; plant transects; service weather, evapotranspiration, air pressure, water-potential, temperature, and water-flux instruments.
Contact: Brian Andraski

 

 

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