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
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/>
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 2022-08-20.
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