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Procedures Protocols RAPID Bankside Vegetation Protocol
(contributed by Dontrece Smith, 2020)
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    RAPID porewater sampling protocol
(contributed by Dontrece Smith, 2020)
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    Fall monitoring rapid Littoraria counts protocol
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2018)
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    Fall monitoring barnacle pole protocol
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2018)
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    Redox Probe Field Methods
(contributed by Chris Craft, 2018)
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    Oxidation-Reduction Potential Probe Protocol
(contributed by Chris Craft, 2018)
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    Completing the Deep Rod SET Bench Mark installations at Sapelo Island
(contributed by Chris Craft, 2018)
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    SIEL Protocol for colormetric analysis of Nitrogen, Nitrate-Nitrite
(contributed by Adam Sapp, 2018)
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    Persulfate Digest for Water Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorous
(contributed by Adam Sapp, 2018)
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    SIEL Protocol for colorimetric analysis of phosphate
(contributed by Adam Sapp, 2018)
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    SIEL Protocol for colorimetric analysis of ammonium
(contributed by Adam Sapp, 2018)
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    Installing and measuring dendrometer bands for accessing tree growth in response to environmental conditions.
(contributed by Chris Craft, 2017)
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    Flux Tower Monthly Vegetation Monitoring Protocol
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Flux Tower Vegetation Chlorophyll Sampling Protocol
(contributed by Steve Pennings, 2017)
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    Trace metal sampling protocol used for data set CHM-OTH-1702 (Chemical speciation of copper in a salt marsh estuary near Sapelo Island, Georgia)
(contributed by Tim Hollibaugh, 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.