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Sampling Attributes by Project

Subproject or related project:   Microbial dynamics and DOM cycling in FCE LTER sites
Contact:   Joseph Boyer
Sampling attributes:
  • 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
    Sampling attributes:
  • 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  (every three days)
  • Total Nitrogen in Water  (monthly)
  • Total Organic Carbon in Water  (monthly)
  • Total Phosphorus in Water  (every three days)
  • Total Phosphorus in Water  (monthly)
  • Water Salinity  (every three days)
  • Water Salinity  (monthly)
  • 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
    Sampling attributes:
  • 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)
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