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FCE Data Set ID Number: SFWSC_003
Originator(s): William Anderson
(andersow@fiu.edu )
Title: DIC and DOC 13C tracer data from Shark River Slough and Harney River, Everglades, South Florida in November 2011
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Public file download: None Available until November 2016
Data notes: Ph.D. Dissertation Research Data
Private SFWSC file download: None Available until November 2016
Time Period of Content: 10-Nov-2011 to 15-Nov-2011
Abstract: As part of the larger NSF WSC funded project, an SF6 tracer study was conducted in November of 2010 by working groups form ENP, FIU and Univ. of Hawaii. This work included the release of the tracer (SF6), which was sampled in a lagrangian approach as the tracer patch moved from the fresh water portion of the system to the mangrove ecotone along the Shark and Harney Rivers. The goal of this study was to measure carbon export through the system. Annie Palya used our new CRDS system to measure the isotopic composition (Delta13C) of the DOM & DIC (analyzed at RSMAS) during this study, as carbon isotopes may help to resolve different sources of carbon. This analytical approach is relatively new, and will be important for understanding the C-dynamics within the FCE.
Locations: Shark River and Harney River, Everglades
Column description:
COLUMN
NAME
UNITS
TYPE
1
Sample_ID None Alphanumeric
2
Date YYYY-MM-DD DateTime
3
Time hh:mm DateTime
4
Latitude_DD Decimal Degrees Decimal
5
Longitude_DD Decimal Degrees Decimal
6
Salinity PSU Decimal
7
WaterTemp celcius Decimal
8
DIC_13C per Mil PDB Decimal
9
DIC_13_stdev per Mil PDB Decimal
10
DOC_13C per Mil PDB Decimal
11
DOC_13C_stdev per Mil PDB Decimal
Number of records: 11 Columns by 93 Rows, including Column Header
Public release date: 22-Nov-2016


 
  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.
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