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FlowCAM-based phytoplankton community composition for Green Lake 4 from 2008/7/29 - ongoing, biweekly

Data set creator(s): Diane McKnight; Katherina Hell; Eric Sokol

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Abstract:

These data represent phytoplankton community composition in Green Lake 4 observed during bi-weekly sampling events following ice-off starting with the 2008 field season. Samples were collected from the deepest part of the lake using a Van Dorn sampler from the surface, as well as depths of 3 and 9 m. Samples from the inlet and outlet are grab samples. Phytoplankton samples were preserved in 1% Lugol’s solution. Cell counts and biovolumes for each taxonomic group were measured using a FlowCAM. Taxonomic resolution was based on the imaging capabilities of the instrument and varies based on the size and distinguishing characteristics of the cells in a given taxonomic group. Please see details in Methods.

Location:

Green Lake 4: latitude 40.05545; longitude -105.62091; elevation 3584 m.

Date Range:

2008/7/29 - ongoing

Frequency:

biweekly

Variables:

depth, phylum, genus, cell density, biovolume

Location: Green Lake 4

At a glance:

Green Lake 4
Elevation: 3550 m
Area: 2.209

 

Location Group: Green Lake 4

Found within: Green Lakes Valley (City of Boulder Watershed)
Located in: City of Boulder Watershed
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More data from: Green Lake 4

Core Data Set: yes Core Area: Populations
Discipline: Limnology, Plant/vegetation ecology, Microbial ecology
Award Or Grant: DEB1637686

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McKnight, Diane. Hell, Katherina. Sokol, Eric. 2017. FlowCAM-based phytoplankton community composition for Green Lake 4 from 2008/7/29 - ongoing, biweekly. http://niwot.colorado.edu

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement #DEB-1637686. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necesarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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