US Long-Term Ecological Research Network
Cascade Project at North Temperate Lakes LTER High Frequency Sonde Data from Food Web Resilience Experiment 2008 - 2011

Abstract

High-frequency sonde data collected from the surface waters of two lakes in Upper Peninsula of Michigan during the summers of 2008-2011. The food web of Peter Lake was slowly transformed by gradual additions of Largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) while Paul Lake was an unmanipulated reference. Sonde data were used to calculate resilience indicators to evaluate the stability of the food web and to calculate ecosystem metabolism.
Dataset ID
360

Data Citation Suggestion

Carpenter, S., M. Pace, J. Cole, R. Batt, C. Buelo, and J. Kurzweil. 2018. Cascade Project at North Temperate Lakes LTER High Frequency Sonde Data from Food Web Resilience Experiment 2008 - 2011 ver 1. Environmental Data Initiative. https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/5a8c6398661fad0bc8f1f5119b1150d6. Accessed 2021-09-27.

Date Range

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Data Download

Five minute met data from buoy in Peter and Paul Lakes 2008 - 2011