Beyond the benchtop and the benthos: Dataset management planning and design for time series of ocean carbonate chemistry associated with Durafet ® -based pH sensors.
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Rivest, Emily B.
Gotschalk, Chris C.
Blanchette, Carol A.
Hofmann, Gretchen E.
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To better understand the impact of ocean acidification on marine ecosystems, an important ongoing research priority for marine scientists is to characterize present-day pH variability. Following recent technological advances, autonomous pH sensor deployments in shallow coastal marine environments have revealed that pH dynamics in coastal oceans are more variable in space and time than the discrete, open-ocean measurements that are used for ocean acidification projections. Data from these types of deployments will benefit the research community by facilitating the improved design of ocean acidification studies as well as the identification or evaluation of natural and human-influenced pH variability. Importantly, the collection of ecologically relevant pH data and a cohesive, user-friendly integration of results across sites and regions requires (1) effective sensor operation to ensure high-quality pH data collection and (2) efficient data management for accessibility and broad reuse by.....
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CitationRivest, E.B.; O'Brien, M.; Kapsenberg, L.; et al (2016) Beyond the benchtop and the benthos: Dataset management planning and design for time series of ocean carbonate chemistry associated with Durafet®-based pH sensors. Ecological Informatics, 36, pp.209-220. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoinf.2016.08.005.
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