Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research
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Monthly monitoring (Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC) data for Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough, and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park

Long-term project
Start date: 01-Jan-2002          End date: 01-Aug-2004
Contact person: Rudolf Jaffe
Funding organization(s):
National Science Foundation



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Sampling attributes
 •  % Humic carbon (monthly)
 •  % Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
 •  %Carbohydrate Carbon (monthly)
 •  %Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
 •  Absorbance at 254 nm (monthly)
 •  Carbohydrates (monthly)
 •  Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
 •  Fluorescence Index (monthly)
 •  Humic Carbon (monthly)
 •  Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
 •  Maximum Wavelength (monthly)
 •  Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
 •  Peak 1 at Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
 •  Percent 285 (monthly)
 •  Percentage of the maximum emission intensity of the First Peak (monthly)
 •  Specific UV Absorbance (monthly)
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