Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
ISSN: 0272-7714
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Data used for the article "A Pacific oyster invasion transforms shellfish reef structure by changing the development of associated seaweeds" Submitted to Estuarine Coastal and Shelf science in 2019 Data was collected by: Rosyta Andriana, Isabelle van der Ouderaaa, Britas Klemens Eriksson Groningen Institute for Evolutionary Life-Sciences, GELIFES University of Groningen, Nijenborgh 7, 9747 AG Groningen, The Netherlands Corresponding author; b.d.h.k.eriksson@rug.nl; +31503632098
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Salsola soda L. (Amaranthaceae) is an annual halophyte plant native of the Mediterranean coast and was recorded for the first time in the mid-twentieth century in two estuarial habitats, on the Pacific coast in the United States and on the Atlantic coast of Argentina, where grows as dense, practically monotypic populations, just above the high tide line, becoming invasive at both sites. This data support attempts to explain the seed production per plant, their viability, salt tolerance and capacity of spread through seawater and then germinate to colonize new remotes sites.
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Datasets of planktonic foraminifera in surface sediment samples from the Gulf of Venezuela and the North Coast Marine Area, Trinidad.
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Table of key data variables used for condition assessment Hydrographs of 11 BBEs documenting marsh plain inundation frequency
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Coastal dynamics were estimated based on the sand budget (ratio between the erosion and accumulation at the key sites). During the monitoring (autumn 2014 – spring 2016), six scanning sessions were conducted at the km 14 site and five sessions at the km 42 site to estimate erosion processes in different seasons.The TLS-aided computation of the volume of sand materials employs combined calculations. The volume of losses and depositional gains is computed for each cell. One of the object’s states is assumed as the vertical datum.
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Site identification, hydrographic properties, DOC concentrations and qualitative indicators, stable isotope values, bacterial production, and phenanthrene mineralization rates.
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Matlab files of two stations sampled
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