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PLT-GCET-1510:
Pot experiment on fresh and brackish marsh plants responses to salinity pulses in summer 2013

05/26/2013 - 08/28/2013 Plant Ecology Fan Li 10/14/2015

MET-GCES-0508a:
Annual summaries of daily climatological observations from the National Weather Service weather station at the UGA Marine Institute on Sapelo Island, Georgia for 1958 to 2004

01/01/1958 - 12/31/2004 Meteorology Wade M. Sheldon Jr. 08/01/2005

PLT-GCED-0409:
Plant community response to fertilization at Sapelo Island, Georgia

05/01/1996 - 09/30/1997 Plant Ecology Steven C. Pennings 09/02/2004

ALG-GCED-0304a:
Benthic chlorophyll concentrations and gross oxygenic photosynthesis rates in surficial estuarine intertidal sediments at sites on Sapelo Island and near the Satilla River from January, April, June and July 2001

01/27/2001 - 07/20/2001 Algal Productivity Samantha B. Joye 04/08/2003

ALG-GCED-0304c:
Benthic chlorophyll, density, porosity, and organic content concentrations and gross oxygenic photosynthesis rates in surficial estuarine intertidal sediments at sites on Sapelo Island and near the Satilla River from January, April, June and July 2001

01/27/2001 - 07/20/2001 Algal Productivity Samantha B. Joye 04/08/2003

MET-GCEM-0109:
Daily climatological observations from Sapelo Island, Georgia, from May 1957 through July 2001

05/01/1957 - 07/31/2001 Meteorology Wade M. Sheldon Jr. 09/13/2001

MET-GCEM-0108:
Daily climatological observations from Sapelo Island, Georgia, from June 1980 through June 2001

06/01/1980 - 06/28/2001 Meteorology Wade M. Sheldon Jr. 08/23/2001
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959, OCE-1237140 and OCE-1832178. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.