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Supporting Dataset for “Methylmercury in Lake Bed Soils During Re-flooding of an Appalachian Reservoir in the Northeastern USA”
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The content of this resource serves as the supplementary information and data archival to accompany the open-access publication (with attribution required):
Eklöf K*, P Drohan, J Needoba, S Landfield, TD Peterson, H Hu, L Iavorivska, and EW Boyer (2021). Methylmercury in lakebed soils during re-flooding of an Appalachian reservoir in the northeastern USA. Environmental Research Communications, DOI: 10.1088/2515-7620/ac1d83
We studied soil MeHg concentrations during the re-flooding of a lake bed in the northern Appalachian mountain region of the Northeastern US that had been drained for approximately 7 years. The formation of bioavailable methyl-mercury (MeHg) can increase when oxidized soils become reduced after flooding. Supplemental data presented here include information about the lakebed study site and sampling locations -- as well as the soil characteristics, soil mercury concentrations, and soil genomic DNA extraction data.
|This resource is referenced by||Eklöf K, P Drohan, J Needoba, S Landfield, TD Peterson, H Hu, L Iavorivska, and EW Boyer (2021). Methylmercury in lake bed soils during re-flooding of an Appalachian reservoir in the northeastern USA. Environmental Research Communications, DOI: 10.1088/2515-7620/ac1d83 E|
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|Watershed Data: Leading Ridge, Pennsylvania, USA||Elizabeth Boyer||Discoverable & Shareable||Open Access|
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|National Science Foundation||Critical Zone Collaborative Network||EAR-2012893|
|USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture||National Atmospheric Deposition Program||Hatch project #PEN04730 and accession #1022594|
|Penn State Institutes of Energy & the Environment||Post-doctoral fellowship||n/a|
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