ECOSYSTEM DRIVERS OF METABOLIC REGIMES ACROSS SEVERAL STREAMS IN THE MAUMEE RIVER WATERSHED.
We present a comprehensive review of gross primary production (GPP) and ecosystem respiration (ER) across six agriculturally dominated stream systems in the Maumee River watershed. We used continuous measurements of DO and light, as well as environmental factors such as flow, sediment and nutrient concentrations to characterize factors that influence long term (yearly), seasonal, and short term (storm events) metabolic regimes across our sample streams. Stream metabolism values (GPP and ER) were estimated using the Bayesian metabolic framework in the streamMetabolizer package in R.
Nathan Manning (Primary Presenter/Author), Heidelberg University NCWQR, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Laura Johnson (Co-Presenter/Co-Author), Heidelberg University, email@example.com;
Jakob Boehler (Co-Presenter/Co-Author), Heidelberg University, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Anna McNabb (Co-Presenter/Co-Author), Heidelberg University NCWQR, email@example.com ;