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Presentations NSF Site Review 2009 Georgia Coastal Research Council Overview
(contributed by Janice Flory, 2009)
PDF file
    Natural and Human Impacts on Back-barrier Islands of Georgia
(contributed by John Turck, 2009)
PDF file
    Temporal and Spatial Trends in Nitrogen and Phosphorus Inputs to The Watershed of the Altamaha River
(contributed by Sylvia Schaefer, 2009)
MS PowerPoint
    Understanding Plant Distributions Surrounding Marsh Hammocks Within the Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER
(contributed by Christine Hladik, 2009)
MS PowerPoint
    GCE Midterm review, Education
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2009)
MS PowerPoint
    Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER - Information Management Overview
(contributed by Wade Sheldon, 2009)
MS PowerPoint
  NSF Site Review 2015 Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER - Information Management Highlights
(contributed by Wade Sheldon, 2018)
PDF file
    Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER - Information Management Overview
(contributed by Wade Sheldon, 2018)
PDF file
  Oral Presentations Using the GCE Data Toolbox to automate environmental data processing and produce EML-described data packages for the EDI repository
(contributed by Wade M. Sheldon, 2019)
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    Multidecadal biomass declines and controlling variables for the keystone salt marsh species, Spartina alterniflora, in coastal Georgia
(contributed by John F. Schalles, 2018)
Web link
    Spatial and temporal perpectives on multiple stressor impacts spanning inland to coastal ecosystems
(contributed by John F. Schalles, 2018)
Web link
    Using drones for high spatial and temporal resolution - Long term observations
(contributed by Tom Bell, 2018)
Web link
    Tools for Sensor Data Quality Control
(contributed by Wade M. Sheldon, 2017)
PDF file
    EML Packages from the GCE Data Toolbox
(contributed by Wade M. Sheldon, 2017)
PDF file
    Serious declines in a large area of Georgia Salt marsh plant biomass are linked to climate variables
(contributed by J.P. O'Donnell, 2017)
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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.