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Multi-Scale Characterization of Carbon Flux Dynamics and Biogenic Gas Distribution in the Everglades using Hydrogeophysical Methods

The goal of this project is to conduct research to investigate the spatial and temporal distribution of biogenic gases in the Everglades to determine how scale of measurement and peat type may affect biogenic gas dynamics in subtropical systems. Using hydrogeophysical techniques constrained with a gas flux analyzer, time-lapse measurements will be performed at several support volumes (laboratory and field scale) for different peat samples and locations across the Everglades. The time-lapse data will then be used to develop empirical models to predict forcing mechanisms on biogenic gas releases using statistical tools and time-frequency analysis.

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