The role of regenerated nitrogen for rocky shore productivity, Cape Flattery, Washington, 2010 & 2011
Description of the methodology used in the collection of data for Nitrogen regeneration in rocky intertidal study. (92.15Kb)
Pfister, Catherine A.
Altabet, Mark A.
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KeywordResearch Subject Categories::NATURAL SCIENCES; Corallina vancouveriensis; Prionitis sternbergii; Ammonium; Nitrogen
Stable isotope tracers were added to exposed tidepools utilizing them as temporary mesocosms to quantify N transformation rates (Pather et al.,L&O). Large tracer signals were observed over the typical 4-5 hr experimental period in both the dilution of the isotope label in its added form (NH4+ or NO3-) and the appearance of the label in products (e.g. NO2-) The primary advantage was that all members of community participated in the experiment allowing us to recognize the complexity of nitrogen cycling in this system. A full dataset description is included in the supplemental file 'project-data-description.pdf'. Field names are included in the files, '*_params.csv'
Five datasets resulting from experiments on nitrogen regeneration in tidal pools, with and without mussls, and with two species of macroalgae,
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