Data from: Pollution-tolerant invertebrates enhance greenhouse gas flux in urban wetlands

Mehring AS, Cook PLM, Evrard V, Grant SB, Levin LA

Date Published: April 27, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f352f

 

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Title isotope data 4-25-17
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Description δ15N and δ13C data for sediments and invertebrates collected from urban stormwater treatment wetlands and golf course ponds during the winter sampling season. Invertebrates were stored overnight in glass vials with water from the same sampling site in order to allow for clearance of gut contents, before being dried at 60 degrees C for isotope analysis.
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Title sediment core data 4-25-17
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Description This file contains incubation temperatures, fluxes of dissolved oxygen and greenhouse gases, sediment porosity, C and N content, and invertebrate (Oligochaeta and Chironomidae) densities for each sediment core collected from urban stormwater treatment wetlands and golf course ponds. Corresponding environmental data (nutrients, chlorophyll, dissolved oxygen, pH) are included as well.
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Title Oligochaete subfamily densities - selected samples 4-25-17
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Description For one randomly-selected core per site, Oligochaeta are identified to subfamily (occasionally lower taxonomic level), and densities are provided. No worms were present in sediment cores collected from the Huntingdale Golf Club during the summer sampling season, hence the missing row of data.
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Mehring AS, Cook PLM, Evrard V, Grant SB, Levin LA (2017) Pollution-tolerant invertebrates enhance greenhouse gas flux in urban wetlands. Ecological Applications, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/eap.1572

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Mehring AS, Cook PLM, Evrard V, Grant SB, Levin LA (2017) Data from: Pollution-tolerant invertebrates enhance greenhouse gas flux in urban wetlands. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.f352f
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