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    • Comparative impacts of two major hurricane seasons on the Neuse River and western Pamlico Sound ecosystems 

      Burkholder, JoAnn; Eggleston, David; Glasgow, Howard; Brownie, Cavell; Reed, Robert; Janowitz, Gerald; Posey, Martin; Melia, Greg; Kinder, Carol; Corbett, D. Reide; Toms, David; Alphin, Troy; Deamer, Nora; Springer, Jeffrey (East Carolina University, 2004-06-22)
      Ecosystem-level impacts of two hurricane seasons were compared several years after the storms in the largest lagoonal estuary in the U.S., the Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine System. A segmented linear regression flow model ...
    • NUTRIENT, BACTERIA, AND SEDIMENT FLUXES IN A NATURAL WETLAND: AN ECOSYSTEM SERVICE OR DISSERVICE? 

      Underwood, Jarrod (East Carolina University, 2020-11-17)
      Some wetlands have been shown to provide ecosystem services including flood water retention, water quality improvement, and habitat for wildlife and aquatic organisms. Wetlands are commonly created and/or restored to provide ...
    • Storm Event Nitrogen Dynamics in Waterfowl Impoundments 

      Hinckley, Brian; Etheridge, Randall; Peralta, Ariane L. (2019-03)
      This dataset contains water quality, rainfall, and water level data collected from two waterfowl impoundments in eastern North Carolina during storm events. Each waterfowl impoundment has a separate file. The Ag file was ...