Data from: Thermodynamic constraints on the utility of ecological stoichiometry for explaining global biogeochemical patterns

Helton AM, Ardon M, Bernhardt ES

Date Published: September 18, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22jr6

 

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Description Data used in the analysis is available as a single merged, comma delimited text file with the following data columns: 1.NO3: nitrate concentrations (mg N L-1) 2.NH4: ammonium concentrations (mg N L-1) 3.DOC: dissolved or total organic carbon concentrations (mg C L-1) 4.Redox: Redox potential (mV) 5.DO: Dissolved oxygen concentration (mg L-1) 6.Data Source: indicated by number, source citation and description provided in the Supplemental Material. 7. System: Streams & Rivers, Groundwaters, Lakes, Wetland surface waters, wetland soil solution
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Helton AM, Ardon M, Bernhardt ES (2015) Thermodynamic constraints on the utility of ecological stoichiometry for explaining global biogeochemical patterns. Ecology Letters 18(10): 1049–56 http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ele.12487

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Helton AM, Ardon M, Bernhardt ES (2015) Data from: Thermodynamic constraints on the utility of ecological stoichiometry for explaining global biogeochemical patterns. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22jr6
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