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Net ecosystem exchange of CO2 and CH4 from two Louisiana coastal marshes

Dates

Publication Date
Start Date
2011-10-07
End Date
2013-12-20

Citation

Holm, G.O., Jr., Perez, B.C., McWhorter, D.E., Krauss, K.W., Raynie, R.C., and Killebrew, C.J., 2018, Net ecosystem exchange of CO2 and CH4 from two Louisiana coastal marshes: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7MG7NSV.

Summary

These data represent net ecosystem exchange of CH4 and CO2 collected using eddy covariance over various time frames. Data were collected from a brackish marsh at Pointe-aux-Chenes State Wildlife Management Area and a tidally influenced freshwater marsh at Salvador State Wildlife Management Area. Both sites were located within the coastal zone of Louisiana, USA.

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DP_Fresh_NEE_CH4.csv 2.86 MB
PAC_Brackish _NEE_CH4.csv 1.67 MB
Site_Locations.csv
“NEE_Site_Locations”
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Metadata_NEE_Louisiana_marsh_project.xml
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Purpose

Data were obtained to assess net ecosystem exchange of CH4 and CO2 in tidal freshwater and brackish marshes.

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