Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Wild Rice Sulfate Study Mesocosm Synoptic Data
Experimental wetland mesocosms were loaded with dissolved sulfate at various concentrations to study the effects on the growth of wild rice (Zizania sp.). The surface water, sediment porewater, and sediment of 30 mesocosms representing four treatment levels were analyzed over the course of two days in August 2013 to investigate the effects of adding a terminal electron acceptor to an organic rich, anoxic system.
How to cite this dataset:
Myrbo, A., 2017. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Wild Rice Sulfate Study Mesocosm Synoptic Data, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/100701.
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A. Myrbo, E.B. Swain, N.W. Johnson, D.R. Engstrom, J. Pastor, B. Dewey, P. Monson, J. Brenner, M. Dykhuizen Shore, and E.B. Peters (accepted with revisions, JGR-Biogeosciences) Increase in nutrients, mercury, and methylmercury as a consequence of elevated sulfate reduction to sulfide in experimental wetland mesocosms
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National Science Foundation: 0949962
Coverage Scope: Other
Geographic Location: Minnesota, Duluth, University of MN Duluth Research and Field Studies Center wild rice experimental tanks
User Contributed Keyword(s):
sulfate, microbial sulfate reduction, sulfide, nitrogen, phosphorus, DOC, alkalinity, mercury, methylmercury
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