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ID 07MPC01
Also Known As H-1-07-FL
07MPC01
Abstract United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida, Coastal and Marine Geology Program. Chief Scientist: John Lisle. Water Quality data of field activity 07MPC01 (H-1-07-FL) in Biscayne National Park, south Florida from 08/28/2007 to 08/30/2007
Organization United States Geological Survey, St. Petersburg, Florida, Coastal and Marine Geology Program
Project/Theme Microbial Productivity in Coral
Chief Scientist John Lisle
Activity Type Water Quality
Platform Halimeda
Area of Operation Biscayne National Park, south Florida, Florida
Bounding Coordinates
31.75000
-87.75000     -78.25000
23.75000
Ports LEAVE Homestead, FL, Biscayne NP headquarters
ARRIVE Homestead, FL, Biscayne NP headquarters
Dates 08/28/2007 (JD 240) to 08/30/2007 (JD 242)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Chris Reich
Molly McLaughlin
Crew
John Lisle USGS
Chris Reich USGS
Molly McLaughlin USGS
Purpose
Collection of pore and surface waters to understand the pH ranges and pCO2
variability which are integral in the ocean acidification projects
Information to be Derived
Porewater samples are collected at various depths in the carbonate sediments to
determine the location of the Redox boundary. This boundary varies with
temperature, wave dynamics, etc. Samples are analyzed for pCO2 and alkality
which are used in understanding the role that ocean acidification has on
carbonate (reef) development/dissolution.
Summary
Samples were collected and pH analyses completed on site. Nutrient, pCO2
analyses are in queue for analyses.
Notes
Porewater sampling for pCO2, nutrients, alkalinity Microbial Productivi
ty in Coral

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07MPC01 location map of where navigation 

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