Model data 2018-301-MD

Identifier 2018-301-MD
Location Springs Coast, Florida
Summary Scientists from the South West Florida Management District (SWFWMD) acquired and analyzed over 20 years of seasonally-sampled hydrochemical data from five first-order-magnitude (springs that discharge 2.83 m3 s-1 or more) coastal springs located in west-central Florida. These data were subsequently obtained by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) for further analyses and interpretation. The spring study sites (Chassahowitzka, Homosassa, Kings Bay, Rainbow, and Weeki Wachee), which are fed by the Floridan Aquifer system and discharge into the Gulf of Mexico were investigated to identify temporal and spatial trends of pH, alkalinity, partial pressure of carbon dioxide (pCO2) and CO2 flux.
Projects
Other (Other)
Itinerary
Start (port not specified) 1991-01-01
End (port not specified) 2014-01-01
Bounds
West -82.949523926065
East -82.378234863587
North 29.12778958461
South 28.221744489074

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Kira E Barrera
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Data type: Mathematical (model)

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SpringsCoastCarbonateData.zip(27020)
Description Hydrochemical data from the Springs Coast of Florida
Format csv, xls
Amount 82 KB
Digital location \\gs\stpetersburgfl-g\Projects\Orphan Projects\Archive\Publications\DR_F7WWFVW
Supported? No
Public? Yes
Reviewed? Yes
Process? No
Public URL https://doi.org/10.5066/F7WW7FVW
Metadata https://cmgds.marine.usgs.gov/metadata/spcmsc/Acidification_and_Increasing_CO2_Flux_Associated_with_Five_Springs_Coast_Florida_Springs_1991_2014.xml
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