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Hunter, William Ross; Ogle, Neil; O'Connor, Nessa (2018): Responses of intertidal sediments to simulated warming and epi-faunal loss in a mesocosm: biogeochemical responses of the surficial sediments. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Hunter, WR et al. (2019): Warming affects predatory faunal impacts upon microbial carbon cycling. Functional Ecology,

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#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1DEPTH, sediment, experimentDepth expmHunter, William RossGeocode – Minimum
2DEPTH, sediment, experimentDepth expmHunter, William RossGeocode – Maximum
3Sample code/labelSample labelHunter, William RossMesocosm number of experiment
4Sample code/label 2Sample label 2Hunter, William RossWater bath number of experiment
5Temperature, waterTemp°CHunter, William RossMean temperature of experiment
6Sample commentSample commentHunter, William RossTemperature treatment of experiment
7Carcinus maenasC. maenasHunter, William Ross
8Carbon, organic, totalTOCg/m2Hunter, William Ross
9Nitrogen, totalTNg/m2Hunter, William Ross
10Carbon/Nitrogen ratioC/NHunter, William Ross
11Fauna, total carbon uptake, 13CFauna 13C uptµg/m2Hunter, William Ross
12Polar lipid fatty acidPLFAmg/m2Hunter, William Ross
13Polar lipid fatty acid, 13C labelledPLFA 13C labelledµg/m2Hunter, William Ross
14Bacterial fatty acids of lipidsBactFA lipid%Hunter, William Ross
15Fatty acids of lipidsFAME lipid%Hunter, William Ross
16Polar lipid fatty acid, bacterial, 13C labelledPLFA bac 13C labelled%Hunter, William RossOriginal unit = mol%
17Polyunsaturated fatty acids, C13PUFA 13C labelled%Hunter, William RossOriginal unit = mol%
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