Multi-proxy dataset for cores SRM, SRS6, and SRMT from the Shark River mouth, FL

Published: 30 November 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/884w3hzx4d.1
Qiang Yao


The attached file lists the original grain size, loss-on-ignition, isotope, X-ray fluorescence, and palynological dataset that includes a total of 27 parameters from cores SRM, SRMT, and SRS6 from the mouth of the Shark River in the Florida Coastal Everglades.


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Grain-size, loss-on-ignition, isotope, X-ray fluorescence, and palynological analyses were performed on a total of 36 samples following the standard procedures described in Zhang et al. (2021), Rodrigues et al. (2021), Yao and Liu (2018), and Liu et al. (2008), respectively. References Liu, K. B., Lu, H., & Shen, C. (2008). A 1200‐year proxy record of hurricanes and fires from the Gulf of Mexico coast: Testing the hypothesis of hurricane–fire interactions. Quaternary Research, 69(1), 29–41. Rodrigues, E., Cohen, M. C., Liu, K. B., Pessenda, L. C., Yao, Q., Ryu, J., ... & Dietz, M. (2021). The effect of global warming on the establishment of mangroves in coastal Louisiana during the Holocene. Geomorphology, 381, 107648. Yao, Q., & Liu, K. B. (2018). Changes in modern pollen assemblages and soil geochemistry along coastal environmental gradients in the Everglades of south Florida. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5, 178. Zhang, Z., Yao, Q., Liu, K. B., Li, L., Yin, R., Wang, G., & Sun, J. (2021). Historical flooding regime along the Amur River and its links to East Asia summer monsoon circulation. Geomorphology, 388, 107782.


Louisiana State University


Sedimentology, X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Grain Size, Palynology


National Science Foundation


National Science Foundation