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Data Set Period Theme Contributor Added

PLT-GCEM-2012:
Long-term monitoring of seven high marsh plant mixtures on Sapelo Island GA

05/01/1996 - 07/31/2023 Plant Ecology Steven C. Pennings 12/07/2020

GIS-GCEL-1812a:
May to July 2018 regions of interest (ROIs) of tidal marsh and tidal forest plant species to be used as ground reference data in habitat mapping

05/23/2018 - 07/07/2018 Geospatial Analysis Christine M. Hladik 12/04/2018

GIS-GCEL-1812:
May to July 2018 ground control points GPS coordinates of tidal marsh and tidal forest plant species to be used as ground control points in habitat mapping

05/23/2018 - 07/07/2018 Geospatial Analysis Christine M. Hladik 12/03/2018

PLT-GCET-1508:
Geographic coordinates, soil properties, plant species composition and vegetation survey data in the study on tidal marshes of the Ogeechee, Altamaha and Satilla estuaries in Georgia, USA

07/01/2005 - 10/31/2006 Plant Ecology Hongyu Guo 07/01/2015

GIS-GCES-1401:
June - December 2009 RTK survey of salt marsh plant ground elevations to assess the accuracy of a LIDAR-derived digital elevation model.

06/06/2009 - 07/12/2009 Geospatial Analysis Christine M. Hladik 09/01/2013

GIS-GCES-1401a:
February- March 2010 RTK survey of salt marsh plant ground elevations, plant characteristics and soil properties to support analysis of a LIDAR-derived DEM.

02/16/2010 - 03/14/2010 Geospatial Analysis Christine M. Hladik 09/01/2013

MLT-GCEM-1207:
GCE-LTER Hammock Well Vegetation and Invertebrate Monitoring - July 2012

07/23/2012 - 07/27/2012 Plant Ecology Merryl Alber 08/01/2012

MLT-GCEM-1201:
GCE-LTER Hammock Well Vegetation and Invertebrate Monitoring - January 2012

01/06/2012 - 01/17/2012 Plant Ecology Merryl Alber 02/01/2012

MLT-GCEM-1008:
GCE-LTER Hammock Well Vegetation and Invertebrate Monitoring - August 2010

08/06/2010 - 08/11/2010 Plant Ecology Merryl Alber 09/01/2010

MLT-GCEM-0907:
GCE-LTER Hammock Well Vegetation and Invertebrate Monitoring - July 2009

07/28/2009 - 07/30/2009 Multi-Disciplinary Study Merryl Alber 08/01/2009

MLT-GCED-0811:
Vegetation and invertebrate communities in 500 plots in the Duplin and Dean Creek watersheds: ground truth data for matching hyperspectral imagery

06/20/2006 - 06/26/2006 Multi-Disciplinary Study Steven C. Pennings 11/21/2008

MLT-GCEM-0807:
GCE-LTER Hammock Well Vegetation and Invertebrate Monitoring - July 2008

07/25/2008 - 07/28/2008 Multi-Disciplinary Study Merryl Alber 08/01/2008

PLT-GCET-0802a:
Plant community surveys along transects at multiple sites on Sapelo Island and St. Simons Island in Georgia during June and July 2005

06/02/2005 - 07/25/2005 Plant Ecology Amy E. Kunza Vargas 02/22/2008

PLT-GCET-0711:
Plant richness survey of mainland and barrier island locations along the Texas Gulf Coast in April and May 2005

04/20/2005 - 05/25/2005 Plant Ecology Amy E. Kunza Vargas 11/29/2007

PLT-GCES-0706:
Summer 2007 survey of plant presence and abundance at fifty-five GCE LTER Hammock sites and five GCE marsh monitoring sites

06/05/2007 - 07/30/2007 Plant Ecology Merryl Alber 08/01/2007

PLT-GCET-0608:
Plant richness survey of mainland, barrier island and back-barrier hammock island locations around Sapelo Island and St. Simons Island, Georgia, in June-July 2005

06/02/2005 - 07/25/2005 Plant Ecology Amy E. Kunza Vargas 08/24/2006

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
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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.