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Title: SPRUCE Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands?: Supporting Data

Abstract

Hopple et al. (2019) investigated whether, as a primary substrate – dissolved organic matter (DOM) or solid peat – was driving anaerobic respiration at surface and at deep depth increments within two bogs and a poor fen in northern Minnesota. To address this question, they used a combination of soil laboratory incubations, as well as in-situ analyses of porewater dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations and specific UV absorbance (SUVA) measurements. Soil samples were collected in June 2013 and July 2014, while porewater samples were taken in July 2013. Data provided include: porewater DOC concentration and SUVA values, soil CH4 and CO2 potential production rates from peat samples exposed to varying DOM concentrations, and soil CH4 and CO2 potential production rates.These data are provided in support of the publication: Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands? (Hopple et al., 2019)

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Publication Date:
DOE Contract Number:  
AC05-00OR22725
Research Org.:
Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
Office of Science (SC), Biological and Environmental Research (BER). Earth and Environmental Systems Science Division
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Keywords:
dissolved organic matter, DOM, peat, anaerobic respiration, soil CH4, soil CO2 potential production
Geolocation:
47.50285, -93.48283
OSTI Identifier:
1500027
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.25581/spruce.062/1500027
Project Location:
SPRUCE Experiment Site
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Citation Formats

Hopple, A.M., Pfeifer-Meister, L., Zalman, C.A., Keller, J.K., M.M., M.M., Wilson, R.M., Chanton, J.P., and Bridgham, S.D. SPRUCE Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands?: Supporting Data. United States: N. p., 2019. Web. doi:10.25581/spruce.062/1500027.
Hopple, A.M., Pfeifer-Meister, L., Zalman, C.A., Keller, J.K., M.M., M.M., Wilson, R.M., Chanton, J.P., & Bridgham, S.D. SPRUCE Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands?: Supporting Data. United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.25581/spruce.062/1500027
Hopple, A.M., Pfeifer-Meister, L., Zalman, C.A., Keller, J.K., M.M., M.M., Wilson, R.M., Chanton, J.P., and Bridgham, S.D. 2019. "SPRUCE Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands?: Supporting Data". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.25581/spruce.062/1500027. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1500027. Pub date:Mon May 20 00:00:00 EDT 2019
@article{osti_1500027,
title = {SPRUCE Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands?: Supporting Data},
author = {Hopple, A.M. and Pfeifer-Meister, L. and Zalman, C.A. and Keller, J.K. and M.M., M.M. and Wilson, R.M. and Chanton, J.P. and Bridgham, S.D.},
abstractNote = {Hopple et al. (2019) investigated whether, as a primary substrate – dissolved organic matter (DOM) or solid peat – was driving anaerobic respiration at surface and at deep depth increments within two bogs and a poor fen in northern Minnesota. To address this question, they used a combination of soil laboratory incubations, as well as in-situ analyses of porewater dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations and specific UV absorbance (SUVA) measurements. Soil samples were collected in June 2013 and July 2014, while porewater samples were taken in July 2013. Data provided include: porewater DOC concentration and SUVA values, soil CH4 and CO2 potential production rates from peat samples exposed to varying DOM concentrations, and soil CH4 and CO2 potential production rates.These data are provided in support of the publication: Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anerobic respiration in peatlands? (Hopple et al., 2019)},
doi = {10.25581/spruce.062/1500027},
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number = ,
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place = {United States},
year = {2019},
month = {5}
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