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    These data correspond to a non-systematic monitoring of dissolved, particulate or total organic carbon contents in water (rain, surface overflow, underground water) in the Roujan catchment area.

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    Pesticide contents are determined on the suspended matter extracted by filtration (0,7µm) in runoff water. Contents allow quantification of particula transport of pesticides and allow too compare it to solute transport.

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    The groundwater temperature is measured at different points in the Kamech catchment. In Kamech site, the groundwater is shallow with a free surface water table rising and falling in the soil and subsoil layers. The measurements are made at different points in the catchment with piezometers. A piezometer is a perforated PVC tube at its base installed in the soil through a borehole. In every piezometer, the groundwater temperature is monitored at high frequency (~15') with autonomous and automatic temperature probe integrating acquisition units. Through the OMERE data portal accessible from this website, the data can be downloaded from an interactive map.

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    water samples ( rain, runoff, underground water) are carried in icebox and frozen. ( FILTRATION ? ). Samples are analyzed by a dedicated laboratory, that quantify a set of parameters including from 1 to 430 pesticide active ingredients and their metabolites.

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    The measurement of rainfall in Kamech catchment (Cap Bon/Tunisia) is operational since 1994 through a network of daily and instantaneous (tipping bucket) rain gauges, some of them being remotely connected to servers in Montpellier. Verification treatments and possible corrections aare applied before the data sets are integrated into the HYSAE database. A "synthetic" rainfall dataset derived from these measurements and accessible from the OMERE data portal is elaborated as a complete and uninterrupted chronicle of rainfall data for the catchment area.

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    The rainfall of the Roujan (Hérault) catchment area has been acquired since 1992 through various measuring points on which sensors are positioned on a long-term and continuous basis. The data from these sensors are directly recorded on servers in Montpellier through remote transmission. Verification treatments and possible corrections are applied before the data sets are integrated into the HYSAE database. Through the OMERE data portal accessible from this sheet, the data can be downloaded from an interactive map. In addition to these raw data rainfall records, a so-called "synthetic" time serie is elaborated to provide a complete and uninterrupted chronicle of rainfall data representative for the catchment area.

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    The water table depth from the soil surface is measured at different points in the Kamech catchment. In Kamech site, the groundwater is shallow with a free surface water table rising and falling in the soil and subsoil layers. The measurements are made at different points in the catchment with piezometers. A piezometer is a perforated PVC tube at its base installed in the soil through a borehole. In every piezometer, the water table depth is measured by manual piezometric probe or monitored at high frequency (~15') with autonomous and automatic probe integrating acquisition units. Through the OMERE data portal accessible from this website, the data can be downloaded from an interactive map.

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    The groundwater temperature is measured at different points in the Roujan catchment. In Roujan site, the groundwater is shallow with a free surface water table rising and falling in the soil and subsoil layers. The measurements are made at different points in the catchment with piezometers. A piezometer is a perforated PVC tube at its base installed in the soil through a borehole. In every piezometer, the groundwater temperature is monitored at high frequency (~15') with autonomous and automatic temperature probe integrating acquisition units. Through the OMERE data portal accessible from this website, the data can be downloaded from an interactive map.

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    The physico-chemical parameters measured in the Roujan basin and accessible via the data portal concern the measurement of elements such as pH, redox potential, temperature and conductivity, carried out during sampling in the basin.