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Main project:   FCE LTER III: Coastal Oligotrophic Ecosystems Research
Contact:   Evelyn Gaiser
Datasets and associated sampling attributes:
(This project also includes datasets and attributes listed in the subprojects or related projects below. The datasets and attributes listed below are not associated with a subproject or related project.)
Microbial Sampling from Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, South Florida (FCE) from January 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Dailey_001
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Brown (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Green (biannually)
Channel 1 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 1 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 1 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 2 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 2 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 2 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 3 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 3 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 3 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 4 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 4 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 4 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Chl a Blue (biannually)
Chl a Brown (biannually)
Chl a Green (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Brown (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Green (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Brown (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Green (biannually)
Quantum Yield Mean (biannually)
Sum Chl a PAM (biannually)
Bacteria Abundance (biannually)
Bacteria Daily Production (biannually)
Bacteria Hourly Production (biannually)
Water Quality Data (Extensive) from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from October 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Grahl_001
Total Nitrogen in Water (every three days)
Total Phosphorus in Water (every three days)
Water Salinity (every three days)
Water Quality Data (Grab Samples) from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from May 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Grahl_002
Ammonium in Water (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon in Water (monthly)
Nitrate and Nitrite in Water (monthly)
Nitrate in Water (monthly)
Nitrite in Water (monthly)
Soluble Reactive Phosphorus in Water (monthly)
Total Nitrogen in Water (monthly)
Total Organic Carbon in Water (monthly)
Total Phosphorus in Water (monthly)
Water Salinity (monthly)
Monthly monitoring of Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC for Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough, and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park (FCE) for January 2002 to August 2004
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Jaffe_001
Absorbance at 254 nm (monthly)
Specific UV Absorbance (monthly)
Carbohydrates (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Humic Carbon (monthly)
Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
Fluorescence Index (monthly)
Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
Peak 1 at Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
% Humic carbon (monthly)
% Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
%Carbohydrate Carbon (monthly)
%Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Percent 285 (monthly)
Maximum Wavelength (monthly)
Monthly monitoring fluorescence data for Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE) for October 2004 to February 2014
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Jaffe_004
Absorbance at 254 nm (monthly)
Naperian Absorbance (monthly)
Specific UV Absorbance (monthly)
component 1 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 1 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 2 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 3 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 4 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 5 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 6 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 7 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 8 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Fluorescence Index (monthly)
Periphyton Accumulation Rates from Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park (FCE) from January 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_PP_Gaiser_003
Periphyton Total Phosphorus (bimonthly)
Periphyton Ash Free Dry Mass Production (bimonthly)
Periphyton Dry Weight Production (bimonthly)
Periphyton Productivity from the Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from October 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_PP_Gaiser_004
Periphyton Gross Production per Mass (annually)
Periphyton Net Carbon Production (annually)
Periphyton Net Respiration per Mass (annually)
Periphyton Biomass Accumulation from the Shark River and Taylor Sloughs, Everglades National Park (FCE), from January 2003 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_PP_Gaiser_005
Periphyton Ash Free Dry Weight Accumulation (two months)
Areal Periphyton Ash Weight (two months)
Periphyton Total Phosphorus (two months)
Areal Periphyton Dry Weight (two months)
Periphyton Total carbon concentration in % dry weight (two months)
Periphyton Total nitrogen concentration in % dry weight (two months)
Areal Periphyton Mat Coverage (two months)
Benthic Periphyton Cover (two months)
Epiphytic Periphyton Cover (two months)
Floating Periphyton Cover (two months)
Precipitation from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), South Florida from November 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: PHY_Grahl_001
Precipitation (daily)
Examination of protein-like fluorophores in chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in a wetland and coastal environment for the wet and dry seasons of the years 2002 and 2003 (FCE)
FCE LTER Dataset ID: ST_ND_Jaffe_006
Absorbance at 254 nm (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Fixed humic substance peak (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Protein derived T1 (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Tryptophan (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
UV humic peak (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Visible humic peak (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Fluorescence Index (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Maximum Emission Intensity (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Peak 1 at Maximum Emission Intensity (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Percent 285 (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Percentage of protein-like material (high molecular weight fraction) (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Nitrogen to carbon ratio (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Maximum Wavelength (seasonally (Wet and Dry))

Main project:   FCE LTER II: Coastal Oligotrophic Ecosystems Research
Contact:   Evelyn Gaiser
Datasets and associated sampling attributes:
(This project also includes datasets and attributes listed in the subprojects or related projects below. The datasets and attributes listed below are not associated with a subproject or related project.)
Microbial Sampling from Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, South Florida (FCE) from January 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Dailey_001
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Brown (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Green (biannually)
Channel 1 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 1 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 1 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 2 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 2 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 2 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 3 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 3 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 3 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 4 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 4 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 4 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Chl a Blue (biannually)
Chl a Brown (biannually)
Chl a Green (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Brown (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Green (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Brown (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Green (biannually)
Quantum Yield Mean (biannually)
Sum Chl a PAM (biannually)
Bacteria Abundance (biannually)
Bacteria Daily Production (biannually)
Bacteria Hourly Production (biannually)
Water Quality Data (Extensive) from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from October 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Grahl_001
Total Nitrogen in Water (every three days)
Total Phosphorus in Water (every three days)
Water Salinity (every three days)
Water Quality Data (Grab Samples) from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from May 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Grahl_002
Ammonium in Water (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon in Water (monthly)
Nitrate and Nitrite in Water (monthly)
Nitrate in Water (monthly)
Nitrite in Water (monthly)
Soluble Reactive Phosphorus in Water (monthly)
Total Nitrogen in Water (monthly)
Total Organic Carbon in Water (monthly)
Total Phosphorus in Water (monthly)
Water Salinity (monthly)
Monthly monitoring of Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC for Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough, and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park (FCE) for January 2002 to August 2004
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Jaffe_001
Absorbance at 254 nm (monthly)
Specific UV Absorbance (monthly)
Carbohydrates (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Humic Carbon (monthly)
Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
Fluorescence Index (monthly)
Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
Peak 1 at Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
% Humic carbon (monthly)
% Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
%Carbohydrate Carbon (monthly)
%Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Percent 285 (monthly)
Maximum Wavelength (monthly)
Monthly monitoring fluorescence data for Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE) for October 2004 to February 2014
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Jaffe_004
Absorbance at 254 nm (monthly)
Naperian Absorbance (monthly)
Specific UV Absorbance (monthly)
component 1 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 1 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 2 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 3 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 4 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 5 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 6 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 7 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
component 8 of EEM-PARAFAC (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Fluorescence Index (monthly)
Periphyton Accumulation Rates from Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park (FCE) from January 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_PP_Gaiser_003
Periphyton Total Phosphorus (bimonthly)
Periphyton Ash Free Dry Mass Production (bimonthly)
Periphyton Dry Weight Production (bimonthly)
Periphyton Productivity from the Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from October 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_PP_Gaiser_004
Periphyton Gross Production per Mass (annually)
Periphyton Net Carbon Production (annually)
Periphyton Net Respiration per Mass (annually)
Periphyton Biomass Accumulation from the Shark River and Taylor Sloughs, Everglades National Park (FCE), from January 2003 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_PP_Gaiser_005
Periphyton Ash Free Dry Weight Accumulation (two months)
Areal Periphyton Ash Weight (two months)
Periphyton Total Phosphorus (two months)
Areal Periphyton Dry Weight (two months)
Periphyton Total carbon concentration in % dry weight (two months)
Periphyton Total nitrogen concentration in % dry weight (two months)
Areal Periphyton Mat Coverage (two months)
Benthic Periphyton Cover (two months)
Epiphytic Periphyton Cover (two months)
Floating Periphyton Cover (two months)
Precipitation from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), South Florida from November 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: PHY_Grahl_001
Precipitation (daily)
Examination of protein-like fluorophores in chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in a wetland and coastal environment for the wet and dry seasons of the years 2002 and 2003 (FCE)
FCE LTER Dataset ID: ST_ND_Jaffe_006
Absorbance at 254 nm (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Fixed humic substance peak (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Protein derived T1 (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Tryptophan (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
UV humic peak (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Visible humic peak (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Fluorescence Index (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Maximum Emission Intensity (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Peak 1 at Maximum Emission Intensity (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Percent 285 (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Percentage of protein-like material (high molecular weight fraction) (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Nitrogen to carbon ratio (seasonally (Wet and Dry))
Maximum Wavelength (seasonally (Wet and Dry))

Main project:   Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research Program
Contact:   Daniel Childers


Subproject or related project:   Microbial dynamics and DOM cycling in FCE LTER sites
Contact:   Joseph Boyer
Datasets and associated sampling attributes:
Microbial Sampling from Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, South Florida (FCE) from January 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Dailey_001
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Brown (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Green (biannually)
Channel 1 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 1 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 1 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 2 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 2 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 2 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 3 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 3 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 3 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 4 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 4 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 4 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Chl a Blue (biannually)
Chl a Brown (biannually)
Chl a Green (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Brown (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Green (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Brown (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Green (biannually)
Quantum Yield Mean (biannually)
Sum Chl a PAM (biannually)
Bacteria Abundance (biannually)
Bacteria Daily Production (biannually)
Bacteria Hourly Production (biannually)


Subproject or related project:   Dr. Daniel Childers FCE-LTER Funded Research
Contact:   Daniel Childers
Datasets and associated sampling attributes:
Water Quality Data (Extensive) from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from October 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Grahl_001
Total Nitrogen in Water (every three days)
Total Phosphorus in Water (every three days)
Water Salinity (every three days)
Water Quality Data (Grab Samples) from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), from May 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Grahl_002
Ammonium in Water (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon in Water (monthly)
Nitrate and Nitrite in Water (monthly)
Nitrate in Water (monthly)
Nitrite in Water (monthly)
Soluble Reactive Phosphorus in Water (monthly)
Total Nitrogen in Water (monthly)
Total Organic Carbon in Water (monthly)
Total Phosphorus in Water (monthly)
Water Salinity (monthly)
Precipitation from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), South Florida from November 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: PHY_Grahl_001
Precipitation (daily)


Subproject or related project:   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
Contact:   Rudolf Jaffe
Datasets and associated sampling attributes:
Monthly monitoring of Fluorescence, UV, Humic and non-Humic Carbon, Carbohydrates, and DOC for Shark River Slough, Taylor Slough, and Florida Bay, Everglades National Park (FCE) for January 2002 to August 2004
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Jaffe_001
Absorbance at 254 nm (monthly)
Specific UV Absorbance (monthly)
Carbohydrates (monthly)
Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Humic Carbon (monthly)
Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
Fluorescence Index (monthly)
Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
Peak 1 at Maximum Emission Intensity (monthly)
% Humic carbon (monthly)
% Non-Humic Carbon (monthly)
%Carbohydrate Carbon (monthly)
%Dissolved Organic Carbon (monthly)
Percent 285 (monthly)
Maximum Wavelength (monthly)


Subproject or related project:   South Florida Coastal Water Quality Monitoring Network
Contact:   Joseph Boyer
Datasets and associated sampling attributes:
Microbial Sampling from Shark River Slough and Taylor Slough, Everglades National Park, South Florida (FCE) from January 2001 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: LT_ND_Dailey_001
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Brown (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Algal Energetics Light Curve Slope Green (biannually)
Channel 1 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 1 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 1 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 2 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 2 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 2 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 3 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 3 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 3 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Channel 4 Alpha (biannually)
Channel 4 Electron Transport Rate Max (biannually)
Channel 4 Initial Slope Irradiance (biannually)
Chl a Blue (biannually)
Chl a Brown (biannually)
Chl a Green (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Brown (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Electron Transport Rate Maximum Green (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Brown (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Cyanobacteria (biannually)
Initial Slope Irradiance Maximum Green (biannually)
Quantum Yield Mean (biannually)
Sum Chl a PAM (biannually)
Bacteria Abundance (biannually)
Bacteria Daily Production (biannually)
Bacteria Hourly Production (biannually)
Precipitation from the Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), South Florida from November 2000 to Present
FCE LTER Dataset ID: PHY_Grahl_001
Precipitation (daily)
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