Articles | Volume 11, issue 3
09 Sep 2019
 | 09 Sep 2019

Fifty years of recorded hillslope runoff on seasonally frozen ground: the Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, dataset

Anna E. Coles, Jeffrey J. McDonnell, and Brian G. McConkey


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ED: Publish subject to technical corrections (06 Aug 2019) by Warren D. Helgason
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Short summary
Long hydrological records from cold regions with seasonally frozen ground are rare. This paper presents a 50-year dataset from a site (the Swift Current hillslopes) on the Canadian Prairies. The dataset includes information on runoff, soil and water nutrient concentrations, snowpack, soil moisture, agricultural practices and topography. This is a valuable resource for water management and sustainability research, particularly for understanding land use and climate change impacts in cold regions.