Biogeochemistry of upland to wetland soils, sediments, and surface waters across Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes coastal interfaces

Allison N. Myers-Pigg, Stephanie C. Pennington, Khadijah K. Homolka, Allison M. Lewis, Opal Otenburg, Kaizad F. Patel, Peter Regier, Madison Bowe, Maxim I. Boyanov, Nathan A. Conroy, Donnie J. Day, Cooper G. Norris, Edward J. O’Loughlin, Jesse Alan Roebuck, Lucie Stetten, Vanessa L. Bailey, Kenneth M. Kemner, Nicholas D. Ward, Silver Alford, Michael P. BackAndy Baldwin, Jade Bolinger, Jacob A. Cianci-Gaskill, Matthew J. Cooper, Alex Demeo, Kyle Derby, Derek Detweiler, Suzanne Devres-Zimmerman, Erin Eberhard, Keryn Gedan, Lee Ann Haaf, Erin Johnson, Aliya Khan, Matthew L. Kirwan, Payton Kittaka, Erika Koontz, Adam Langley, Riley Leff, Scott Lerberg, Sairah Y. Malkin, Amy M. Marcarelli, Steven E. McMurray, Tyler Messerschmidt, Taylor C. Michael, Holly A. Michael, Elizabeth C. Minor, Brian Moye, Thomas J. Mozdzer, Scott Neubauer, Andrea Pain, Michael Philben, Evan Phillips, Dannielle Pratt, Lauren Sage, Daniel Sandborn, Stacy Smith, Alexander Smith, Samina Soin-Voshell, Bongkeun Song, Amanda Sprague-Getsy, Kari St. Laurent, Lorie Staver, Alice Stearns, Rebecca Swerida, Ethan J. Theuerkauf, Katherine Tully, Rodrigo Vargas, Elizabeth Watson, Coreen Weilminster

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Abstract

Transferable and mechanistic understanding of cross-scale interactions is necessary to predict how coastal systems respond to global change. Cohesive datasets across geographically distributed sites can be used to examine how transferable a mechanistic understanding of coastal ecosystem control points is. To address the above research objectives, data were collected by the EXploration of Coastal Hydrobiogeochemistry Across a Network of Gradients and Experiments (EXCHANGE) Consortium – a regionally distributed network of researchers that collaborated on experimental design, methodology, collection, analysis, and publication. The EXCHANGE Consortium collected samples from 52 coastal terrestrial-aquatic interfaces (TAIs) during Fall of 2021. At each TAI, samples collected include soils from across a transverse elevation gradient (i.e., coastal upland forest, transitional forest, and wetland soils), surface waters, and nearshore sediments across research sites in the Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic regions (Chesapeake and Delaware Bays) of the continental USA. The first campaign measures surface water quality parameters, bulk geochemical parameters on water, soil, and sediment samples, and physicochemical parameters of sediment and soil.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number822
JournalScientific Data
Volume10
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2023
Externally publishedYes

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