US Long-Term Ecological Research Network
Pelagic, epilimnetic production estimates in Sparkling, Trout (Wisconsin), Acton (Ohio), and Castle (California) Lakes (USA) calculated using 14C and free-water O2 metabolism methods, 2007 - 2017

Abstract

Concurrent daily estimates of pelagic, eplilimnetic production (mmol C m3 d) generated from 14C incubations and diel changes in high frequency dissolved oxygen data (free-water). Original data derived from the North Temperate Lakes Long Term Ecological Research program (Sparkling [2007-2013], Trout [2007-2012] Lakes), Castle Lake Research Station (Castle Lake [2014-2017]), and Center for Aquatic and Watershed Sciences (Acton Lake [2010-2014]). 14C production estimates were generated as part of each research programs core data collection. Free-water production estimates generated using high frequency sensor data provided by research programs and Phillips (2020) time-varying, Bayesian metabolism model.<br/>
Dataset ID
397

Data Citation Suggestion

Lottig, N.R., S. Chandra, E.H. Stanley, M. Vanni, F. Scordo, and W. Tanner. 2021. Pelagic, epilimnetic production estimates in Sparkling, Trout (Wisconsin), Acton (Ohio), and Castle (California) Lakes (USA) calculated using 14C and free-water O2 metabolism methods, 2007 - 2017 ver 1. Environmental Data Initiative. https://doi.org/10.6073/pasta/14a201367db1429e8acbeb7e5a7341b8. Accessed 2021-09-16.

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