Dataset: Plant species determine tidal wetland methane response to sea level rise
datasetposted on 14.10.2020 by Peter Mueller, Tom Mozdzer, Lillian Aoki, Genevieve Noyce, J. Patrick Megonigal, J. Adam Langley
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This dataset accompanies the published paper Mueller et al. (2020) in the journal Nature Communications. We determined methane emissions from field-based mesocosms exposed to different global-change treatments (i.e. sea-level rise, elevated CO2, eutrophication) in two so-called marsh-organ experiments. Methane emissions from field-based mesocosms were compared to emissions from the adjacent field site. The studies were conducted at the Smithsonian Global Change Research Wetland (https://serc.si.edu/gcrew), a mesohaline, microtidal wetland site on Rhode River, a sub-estuary of the Chesapeake Bay (Maryland, United States). Additional data include plant-species composition, various plant-biomass parameters, and soil redox data.