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We assessed the resilience of wetlands to sea-level rise along a transitional gradient from tidal freshwater forested wetland (TFFW) to oligohaline marsh by measuring processes controlling wetland elevation. We identified fundamental differences in how resilience is maintained across wetland community types, which have important implications for management activities that aim to restore or conserve resilient systems.
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Data to support carbon (C) budget assessment of tidal freshwater forested wetland and oligohaline marsh ecosystems along the Waccamaw and Savannah rivers, U.S.A. This work represents the first estimates of C standing stocks, C mass balance, soil C burial, and lateral C export to aquatic environments in tidal freshwater forested wetlands undergoing transition to oligohaline marsh. First release: 2018 Revised: May 2019 (ver. 2.0)
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The Cape Fear and Pee Dee River Basins in North Carolina and South Carolina were chosen as a focus area study (FAS) for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Water Census (NWC) in 2016. The objective of the NWC is to place technical information and tools in the hands of stake holders so that they can make decisions on water availability. The USGS South Atlantic Water Science Center, comprised of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, conducted a 3-year study of water use and availability to provide information related to the competing societal and ecological water needs in the Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Basins of the Carolinas. One task to meet this objective was compiling water withdrawal and return...
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Data were collected from coastal wetlands (tidal swamps and marsh) along the Waccamaw and Savannah Rivers in South Carolina and Georgia (See Krauss et al. 2009 for additional details). Data were collected from coastal wetlands (tidal swamps and marsh) along the Waccamaw and Savannah Rivers in South Carolina and Georgia (See Krauss et al. 2009 for additional details). Data collected include water level, porewater salinity (conductivity based), water temperature, and conductivity. First measurements began in 2004 and continued through 2016. Water level data: A network of water level recorders was established in 2004-2006 (forests) and in 2009 (marsh). Continuous hourly data were recorded using vented pressure...
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The coastal region which includes areas within South Carolina and North Carolina was chosen as a focus area study (FAS) for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Water Census (NWC) in 2016. The objective of the NWC is to place technical information and tools in the hands of stake holders so that they can make informed decisions on water availability. The USGS South Atlantic Water Science Center, comprised of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, conducted a 3-year study of water use and availability, climate change, and population growth to provide information related to the competing societal and ecological water needs in the Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Basins of the Carolinas. The Coastal Carolinas...
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Model generated soil pore water salinity (psu) values under scenarios of drought and normal conditions at Tidal Freshwater Forested Wetlands (TFFW) sites along the Waccamaw River and Savannah River in the Southeastern United States.
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The Pee Dee and Cape Fear River Basins in North Carolina and South Carolina were chosen as a focus area study (FAS) for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) National Water Census (NWC) in 2016. The objective of the NWC is to place technical information and tools in the hands of stake holders so that they can make decisions on water availability. The USGS South Atlantic Water Science Center, comprised of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, conducted a 3-year study of water use and availability to provide information related to the competing societal and ecological water needs in the Southeastern Atlantic Coastal Basins of the Carolinas. One task to meet this objective was compiling water withdrawal and return...
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This dataset includes fine root productivity data that were estimated via two techniques (serial coring and root in-growth bags) in tidal freshwater wetlands and adjacent oligohaline marshes in coastal South Carolina and Georgia from March 2016 through October 2017.
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Coastal wetlands significantly contribute to global carbon storage potential. Sea-level rise and other climate change-induced disturbances threaten coastal wetland sustainability and carbon storage capacity. It is critical that we understand the mechanisms controlling wetland carbon loss so that we can predict and manage these resources in anticipation of climate change.


    map background search result map search result map Organic matter decomposition along coastal wetland landscape gradient from tidal freshwater forested wetland to oligohaline marsh in Southeastern U.S.A. (2010-2011) Elevation change along a coastal wetland landscape gradient from tidal freshwater forested wetland to oligohaline marsh in the Southeastern U.S.A. (2009-2014) data Carbon budget assessment of tidal freshwater forested wetland and oligohaline marsh ecosystems along the Waccamaw and Savannah rivers, U.S.A. (2005-2016) Water level and soil pore water salinity, temperature, and conductivity data in tidally influenced forested wetlands in South Carolina and Georgia (2004–2016) Modeling soil pore water salinity response to drought in tidal freshwater forested wetlands Fine root production in tidally influenced freshwater forested wetlands in South Carolina and Georgia, USA (2016-2017) Estimated Surface-Water Withdrawals for the Coastal Carolinas Focus Area Study by Soil Water Assessment Tool Model Catchment Area, Year, and Water-Use Category, 1983 - 2017 Estimated Wastewater Returns for the Coastal Carolinas Focus Area Study by Soil Water Assessment Tool Model Catchment Area, 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015 Estimated Water Use by Select Subbasin and State (HUC8/State) in the Pee Dee, Cape Fear, and Neuse-Pamlico River Basins; 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015 Elevation change along a coastal wetland landscape gradient from tidal freshwater forested wetland to oligohaline marsh in the Southeastern U.S.A. (2009-2014) data Organic matter decomposition along coastal wetland landscape gradient from tidal freshwater forested wetland to oligohaline marsh in Southeastern U.S.A. (2010-2011) Carbon budget assessment of tidal freshwater forested wetland and oligohaline marsh ecosystems along the Waccamaw and Savannah rivers, U.S.A. (2005-2016) Water level and soil pore water salinity, temperature, and conductivity data in tidally influenced forested wetlands in South Carolina and Georgia (2004–2016) Fine root production in tidally influenced freshwater forested wetlands in South Carolina and Georgia, USA (2016-2017) Modeling soil pore water salinity response to drought in tidal freshwater forested wetlands Estimated Water Use by Select Subbasin and State (HUC8/State) in the Pee Dee, Cape Fear, and Neuse-Pamlico River Basins; 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015 Estimated Surface-Water Withdrawals for the Coastal Carolinas Focus Area Study by Soil Water Assessment Tool Model Catchment Area, Year, and Water-Use Category, 1983 - 2017 Estimated Wastewater Returns for the Coastal Carolinas Focus Area Study by Soil Water Assessment Tool Model Catchment Area, 2000, 2005, 2010, and 2015