SRA accessions and collection information for 16S-V4 rRNA amplicon data from invertebrates sampled at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Gulf of Mexico following Tax Day Flooding (2016), Hurricane Harvey (2017), and a no flooding year (2018)
Correa, Adrienne Simoes
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LocationFlower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Northwest Gulf of Mexico
westlimit: -93.62829; southlimit: 27.8819; eastlimit: -93.6002; northlimit: 27.9078
To document the effects of storm-driven freshwater runoff on sponge-associated microbiomes, we leveraged the heavy rainfall associated with Tax Day Flooding (July 2016) and Hurricane Harvey (August 2017) to characterize sponge-associated bacterial communities at five time points: in July 2016 (at detection of the mortality event), one month after the mortality event (August 2016), immediately after Hurricane Harvey (September 2017), one month after Hurricane Harvey (October 2017), and approximately one year following Hurricane Harvey (October 2018). These data contain Sequence Read Archive (SRA) and BioSample accession numbers associated with BioProject PRJNA605902 (see https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/605902) at The National Center for Biotechnology Information. For a complete list of measurements, refer to the full dataset description in the supplemental file 'Dataset_description.pdf'. The most current version of this dataset is available at: https://www.bco-dmo.org/dataset/817436
Dataset: Sponge-Associated Microbial Communities (via 16S-V4 rRNA amplicon sequencing) Following Storm-Driven Flooding
Suggested CitationDataset: Correa, Adrienne Simoes, Santiago-Vazquez, Lory, "SRA accessions and collection information for 16S-V4 rRNA amplicon data from invertebrates sampled at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, Gulf of Mexico following Tax Day Flooding (2016), Hurricane Harvey (2017), and a no flooding year (2018)", 2020-07-24, DOI:10.26008/1912/bco-dmo.817436.1, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/25988
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