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  • Suspended Sediment. Daily Water Sample Parameter, and Sediment Data for North Inlet Estuary, South Carolina, from 1981 to 1992, North Inlet LTER
  • Vernberg, John; North Inlet LTER
  • Blood, Elizabeth; North Inlet LTER
  • Gardner, Robert; North Inlet LTER
  • 2013
  • This data package consists of Daily Water Sample Parameter, and Sediment Data for North Inlet Estuary, South Carolina, from 1981 to 1992, North Inlet LTER. The purpose of this study was to to establish a long term data base on the Sediment dynamics of a salt marsh estuarine system. These data can be used in correlation with a number of other estuarine data sets to obtain a broader definition of the overall estuarine ecosystem.
  • Geographic Coordinates
    • N: 33.357, S: 33.1925, E: -79.1042, W: -79.2936
    • N: 33.2005, S: 33.2005, E: -79.1, W: -79.1
    • N: 33.2, S: 33.2, E: -79.1192, W: -79.1192
    • N: 33.2106, S: 33.2106, E: -79.1175, W: -79.1175
  • knb-lter-nin.8.1  
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  • doi:10.6073/pasta/2b809c045fdd74a7cc12e8f31fc191eb
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