Oregon Tidal Wetland Reference Sites Pilot Project : Soils Data Public Deposited

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  • This file includes tidal wetland soils data for 14 sampling areas at 5 sites on the Oregon coast. The sites are Blind Slough (tidal swamp) in the lower Columbia River estuary , Coal Creek (tidal swamp) in the Nehalem estuary, Millport Slough (high marsh) and Siletz Keys (low marsh) in the Siletz estuary, and Hidden Creek Marsh (high marsh and low marsh) in the South Slough estuary (Coos Bay). Data is presented for the year 2007 for soil pH, percent organic matter, electrical conductivity, salinity, percent sand, silt and clay and texture class.
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  • Brophy, Laura; Tully, Rebecca; Christy, John A.; Cornu, Craig (2009): Oregon Tidal Wetland Reference Sites Pilot Project: Soils Data. Oregon State University. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.7267/N97P8W91
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  • description.provenance : Submitted by Craig Cornu (craig.cornu@state.or.us) on 2009-02-05T23:56:21ZNo. of bitstreams: 1CICEET Project Site Soils 2007.pdf: 4984 bytes, checksum: 3727cb0de27218c5faed0aa1d48b9ade (MD5)
  • description.provenance : Approved for entry into archive by Linda Kathman(linda.kathman@oregonstate.edu) on 2009-02-09T15:10:17Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 1CICEET Project Site Soils 2007.pdf: 4984 bytes, checksum: 3727cb0de27218c5faed0aa1d48b9ade (MD5)
  • description.provenance : Made available in DSpace on 2009-02-09T15:10:17Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1CICEET Project Site Soils 2007.pdf: 4984 bytes, checksum: 3727cb0de27218c5faed0aa1d48b9ade (MD5)
  • Soils data for additional tidal wetland sites on the OR coast are intended to be added to this site. These data for 2007 may be updated with additional samples.

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