SERC Dock Monitoring Data, 1970 - 1978

In April 1970, Robert Cory from the U.S. Geological Survey began a program of continuously recording water temperature, specific conductance, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, pH, and tide stage.  These data were recorded by a water-quality monitor approximately 3.6 km inside the 4.8 km long Rhode River at the end of the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center dock. The daily maximum and minimum data from 1970 - 1978 available here were taken directly from 3 publications.

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References

Cory, R.L., Redding, J.M., and McCullough, M.M. 1975. Water quality in Rhode River at Smithsonian Institution pier near Annapolis, Maryland, April 1970 through December 1973. U.S. Geological Survey Water - Resources Investigations 10 - 74.

Cory, R.L. 1977. Water quality in Rhode River at Smithsonian Institution pier near Annapolis, Maryland, January 1974 through December 1975. U.S. Geological Survey Water - Resources Investigations 77-20.

Cory, R.L. and Dresler, P.V. 1980. Water quality in Rhode River at Smithsonian Institution pier near Annapolis, Maryland, January 1976 through December 1978. U.S. Geological Survey Water - Resources Investigations 79-109.