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South Florida Water, Sustainability, and Climate Project Data

The South Florida Water, Sustainability, and Climate (SFWSC) Project data sets address the project's five specific objectives which include the development of hydro-economic models and the collection of data to investigate 1) the economic value of ecosystem services and ecological functioning and 2) the potential hydrologic, ecological and economic impacts of management schemes that are designed to increase the resilience of the system to climate variability, climate change and sea level rise. These data will help with the understanding the roles of cognitive and perceptual biases in risk assessment and decision-making in scenario evaluations and with the development of recommendations for adaptive water management plans that optimize economic productivity and the value of ecosystems services.

All data are provided with accompanying documentation called 'metadata', which is 'data' about data. Metadata includes many details about the data including how, when and by whom a particular set of data was collected and details on the data format. The SFWSC project adheres to the LTER network-wide Ecological Metadata Language (EML 2.1.0) standard developed at the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS). The SFWSC EML 2.1 Metadata template, available in Microsoft Excel (.xlsx), is downloadable. SFWSC data may be freely downloaded with as few restrictions as possible. Consultation or collaboration with the original investigators is strongly encouraged. Please keep the data set originator informed of any plans to use the dataset and include the dataset's proper acknowledgement found under 'How to cite these data' on the dataset's summary table. By downloading and using data collected by the SFWSC researchers, the user agrees to the terms of the SFWSC Data User Agreement found in the SFWSC Project Data Management Policy.

  SFWSC Data Table of Contents
The SFWSC Data Table of Contents is a searchable catalog of SFWSC data sets that include links to metadata and data (if available).
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**Click on a Data Set ID or an access link to view a summary of the metadata.**
Data Set ID Title Originator Time period
SFWSC_001
Public access: None Available until January 2019

SFWSC access: None Available until January 2019
WSC soil core and gravimetric measurements from the South Florida Water, Sustainability and Climate Project Study Area, South Florida, in March 2013 Joseph Smoak 13-Mar-2013
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14-Mar-2013
SFWSC_002
Public access: None Available until November 2016

SFWSC access: None Available until November 2016
Common snook (Centropomus undecimalis) movements from the South Florida Water, Sustainability and Climate Project Study Area, within the Shark River estuary, South Florida from February 2012 to May 2014 Jennifer Rehage, Ross Boucek 02-Feb-2012
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03-May-2014
SFWSC_003
Public access: None Available until November 2016

SFWSC access: None Available until November 2016
DIC and DOC 13C tracer data from Shark River Slough and Harney River, Everglades, South Florida in November 2011 William Anderson 10-Nov-2011
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15-Nov-2011
SFWSC_004
Public access: None Available until December 2016

SFWSC access: None Available until December 2016
SFWSC analyses of POM for source characterization from Shark River Slough and Harney River, Everglades, South Florida in November 2011 Rudolf Jaffe 10-Nov-2011
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15-Nov-2011
SFWSC_005
Public access: None Available until January 2017

SFWSC access: None Available until January 2017
Seasonal Electrofishing Data from Rookery Branch and Tarpon Bay, Everglades National Park from November 2004 to Present Jennifer Rehage 01-Nov-2004
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05-May-2014
SFWSC_006
Public access: None Available until November 2016

SFWSC access: None Available until November 2016
Trophic transfer of Everglades marsh consumer biomass to Everglades Estuaries (FCE), Everglades National Park, South Florida from December 2010 to Present Jennifer Rehage, Ross Boucek 17-Dec-2010
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01-Jul-2013


 
  This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EAR-1204762 and the United States Department of Agriculture NIFA Award Number 2012-67003-19862.
  Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.