The resources below illustrate several ways of organizing data files together, providing descriptive metadata, using relationships to link to other HydroShare resources and associated publications, and crediting individuals, organizations, and funding agencies who have supported the work.
- Time series data as Comma Separated Variables (CSV) files, shapefile, pdf, and README.txt that are related to a published paper and graduate thesis: Time Series Data for Dissolved Organic Matter Study in the Northwest Field Canal in Logan, UT
- Grab sample data for dissolved organic carbon, excitation emission matrix analyses of water samples, shapefile, pdf, and README.txt that are related to a published paper and graduate thesis: Grab Sample Data for Dissolved Organic Matter Study in the Northwest Field Canal in Logan, UT
- Time series as a SQLite database and as an Excel files: Water Quality Data - RAPID Maria Project
- Comma Separated Variable data with a Jupyter notebook that generates a visualization of the data: Comparison of Weekday to Weekend Residential Water Use on a College Campus
- Collection of flood datasets to support hydrologic research for Hurricane Harvey, August-September 2017. https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/2836494ee75e43a9bfb647b37260e461/
- This is the root collection resource for management of all weather, hydrologic and related population health and drinking water baseline data collected before and after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/97a696e7202d4ca98349a0742a725451/