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October 2018 Calendar

Fall Monitoring
dates: 10/11/2018 to 10/19/2018
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High Marsh Experiment Meeting
date: 10/25/2018
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Latest Publications/Presentations

10/16/2018 –
Gries, C., Budden, A., Laney, C., O'Brien, M., Servilla, M., Sheldon, W.M. Jr., Vanderbilt, K. and Vieglais, D. 2018. Facilitating and Improving Environmental Research Data Repository Interoperability. Data Science Journal. 17:22. (DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/dsj-2018-022)
10/10/2018 –
Vu, H. and Pennings, S.C. 2018. Predators mediate above- vs belowground herbivory in a salt marsh crab. Ecosphere. 9(2):e02107. (DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.2107)

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Latest Data Releases

09/28/2018 – Data Release

Provisional GCE sonde monitoring data are available on the Project Data page through September 18, 2018. 

08/30/2018 – Data Release

Long-term data sets and plots from the USGS gauging station on the Altamaha River at Doctortown have now been updated through August 2018.

Jan2000-Aug2018: http://gce-lter.marsci.uga.edu/portal/stations/usgs_doctortown/multiyear/data/index.xml

Jan1932-Aug2018: http://gce-lter.marsci.uga.edu/portal/stations/usgs_doctortown/historic/data/index.xml

06/29/2018 – Data Release

Provisional SALTEx well logger monitoring data are available on the Project Data page through May 23, 2018. The Schlumberger logger files were corrected for atmospheric pressure and sensor elevation for calculation of water level, and salinity and density were calculated from temperature and conductivity measurements.

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Latest File Uploads

10/17/2018 – Spreadsheet
GCE data-only submission form for describing tabular and non-tabular data files to attach to data sets submitted online (details)

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GCE Project Announcements

10/17/2018 – IM News

We are pleased to announce the release of new web forms for submitting and revising data set documentation (metadata) and uploading data files to the GCE Information Management office. These forms are intended to replace both the legacy Excel metadata template used by researchers to prepare submissions, and the Access forms used in the GCE IM office. These new web forms were developed to streamline the data submission process and simplify metadata entry and management for GCE participants and information managers alike as we transition into GCE-IV.

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(contact Wade Sheldon for additional information)
10/13/2018 – Monitoring Program

Each fall we monitor the plant community, benthic invertebrates, barnacle recruits, and soil salinity at over 10 sites around the GCE domain. This is the 19th year that we've done it! Thanks to everyone who's helped over the years.

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Fall monitoring 2018 is underway

(contact Steve Pennings for additional information)
09/21/2018 – Coastal News

National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) social scientists published findings from a survey of coastal Georgia's permanent residents, seasonal residents, and visitors detailing what the three groups know and value about the region's ecosystem services. The survey — whose study area includes the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve and Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary — addressed observed changes in abundance of key resources and prioritization of management goals, as well as a participatory mapping component that asked respondents to rank thirteen social value types and place points on a map corresponding with those values.

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09/17/2018 – Announcement

Clark Alexander was interviewed on NPR for the first and third segments of a 3-part series on sea level rise impacts on coastal Georgia. The segments can be streamed using the following links:

https://www.wabe.org/sealevelrise/

https://www.wabe.org/as-sea-levels-rise-georgias-beaches-will-always-be-somewhere/

(contact Clark Alexander for additional information)
09/11/2018 – Coastal News

Victor Thompson was interviewed on NPR regarding archaeological site loss on the Georgia Coast. See https://www.wabe.org/how-sea-level-rise-threatens-our-history/ for the story. 

(contact Victor Thompson for additional information)
08/14/2018 – Website Addition

In early 2017 we added a Long-Term GCE Data page on the private GCE website to highlight our long-term data resources and help GCE researchers prepare for writing the GCE-IV renewal proposal. This page provides links to summary tables and comparison plots to simplify discovery of long-term data sets and help visualize key long-term data trends (see this article from March 2017 for more information).

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(contact Wade Sheldon for additional information)

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959 and OCE-1237140. 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.