Controls of Suspended Sediment Concentration, Nutrient Content, and Transport in a Subtropical Wetland
Tables and Figures
Table 1 Two-way repeated measures analyses of variance on suspended sediment and nutrient data.
Table 2 Average volume concentrations of suspended sediment in different particle size classes and average particle size measured by a LISST-100X in early November 2006.
Table 3 Cumulative unit-width discharge and material loads in the slough and ridge flowpaths for the study period of record and for days when both ridge and slough data were available over wet seasons 2005 and 2006.
Fig. 1 Location of research site WCA3A-5 in the remnant ridge and slough landscape of Water Conservation Area 3A in the central Everglades, Florida.
Fig. 2 Water depths, suspended sediment concentrations, and mass-weighted average particle sizes at the three sampling depths (upper, middle, lower) in the ridge and slough.
Fig. 3 Concentrations of particulate N, proportions of water column total N held by suspended sediment, and N-weighted average particle sizes at the three sampling depths (upper, middle, lower) in the ridge and slough.
Fig. 4 Concentrations of particulate P, proportions of water column total P held by suspended sediment, and P-weighted average particle sizes at the three sampling depths (upper, middle, lower) in the ridge and slough.
Fig. 5 Concentrations of suspended sediment in four composited particle size classes (stacked bars) and volumeweighted average particle size (line) measured by a LISST-100X during diel deployments.
U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
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