Can Mud (Silt and Clay) Concentration Be Used To Predict Soil Organic Carbon Content Within Seagrass Ecosystems?

  • Oscar Serrano (Creator)
  • Paul Lavery (Creator)
  • Carlos M. Duarte (Creator)
  • Gary Kendrick (Creator)
  • Antoni Calafat (Creator)
  • Paul H. York (Creator)
  • Andy Steven (Creator)
  • Peter I. Macreadie (Creator)

Dataset

Description

The database compiles published data (in Serrano et al. 2016, Biogeosciences, doi:10.5194/bg-2015-598) on biogeochemical characteristics (%organic carbon, stable carbon isotopes and mud content) of sediments underneath seagrass meadows and bare sediments in Australia and Spain. Details on habitat characteristics (latitude/longitude, water depth, seagrass species and geomorphology) and sediment depth are also provided for each location studied. The data set includes 1345 data entries from 100 sediment cores, encompassing 10 seagrass species in estuarine and coastal habitats. Enquiries about the dataset may be sent to Oscar Serrano o.serranogras@ecu.edu.au.
Date made available2016
PublisherResearch Online Institutional Repository (Edith Cowan University)
Date of data production2012 - 2015

Research Output

Can mud (silt and clay) concentration be used to predict soil organic carbon content within seagrass ecosystems?

Serrano, O., Lavery, P. S., Duarte, C. M., Kendrick, G., Calafat, A., York, P. H., Steven, A. & Macreadie, P. I., 7 Sep 2016, In : Biogeosciences. 13, 17, p. 4915-4926

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    Serrano, O. (Creator), Lavery, P. (Creator), Duarte, C. M. (Creator), Kendrick, G. (Creator), Calafat, A. (Creator), York, P. H. (Creator), Steven, A. (Creator), Macreadie, P. I. (Creator) (2016). Can Mud (Silt and Clay) Concentration Be Used To Predict Soil Organic Carbon Content Within Seagrass Ecosystems? . Research Online Institutional Repository (Edith Cowan University). 10.4225/75/56c55ab91d417