Wetland surface water samples were collected from 39 sites throughout Minnesota, USA between 2014-August and 2015-October. Optical and photochemical parameters of the samples were measured under controlled laboratory conditions. The data were collected to identify environmental variables that constrain the yield of triplet excited states of dissolved natural organic matter. Apparent quantum yields of these triplet states were measured using the chemical probe, 2,4,6-trimethylphenol, under a broadband xenon-arc lamp with a 290-nm wavelength filter.
National Science Foundation (CBET-143414); Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund as recommended by the Legislative‐Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources; Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the Graduate School at the University of Minnesota
McCabe, Andrew J., and Arnold, William A. (2018). Multiple linear regression models to predict the formation efficiency of triplet excited states of dissolved organic matter in temperate wetlands. Limnol. Oceanogr.
Arnold, William A; McCabe, Andrew J.
(2018). Optical and photochemical data of temperate wetland samples collected in Minnesota, USA from 2014-August to 2015-October.
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