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Sagittaria flooding tolerance experiment data

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2000-05-09
End Date
2001-04-05

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Kenow, K., 2018, Sagittaria flooding tolerance experiment data: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7Q52NW4.

Summary

To assess the flooding tolerance of Sagittaria latifolia and S. rigida, we assessed three levels of timing of inundation (early- [11 June], mid- [12 July], late-season [12 August]), three levels of duration (short [1 day], mid [5 days], long [10 days]), and four levels of depth (reference plant not treated, shallow [5 cm], moderate [20 cm], deep [45 cm]) on survival and productivity of Sagittaria plants. Plants were produced from seeds of S. latifolia and S. rigida, and from S. latifolia tubers. Sagittaria plants were reared in six 50 m2 outdoor concrete ponds at the USGS Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center in La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA, and subjected to various levels of inundation throughout the growing season.

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Kevin P Kenow
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Kevin P Kenow
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Kevin P Kenow
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U.S. Geological Survey - ScienceBase

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Purpose

Data were collected to determine the flooding tolerance of Sagittaria plants during the growing season.

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