Carbon isotopic composition of cypress trees from South Florida and changing hydrologic conditions

  title={Carbon isotopic composition of cypress trees from South Florida and changing hydrologic conditions},
  author={W. T. Andersona and L. S. L. Sternbergc and M. C. Pinzonb and T. Gann-Troxlerb and D. L. Childersb and M. Duevere},
  • W. T. Andersona, L. S. L. Sternbergc, +3 authors M. Duevere
  • Published 2015
dC values were determined from cypress tree rings from two different study areas in South Florida. One site is located in the Southeastern Everglades Marsh, where pond cypress (Taxodium ascendens) was sampled from tree islands (annual tree rings from 1970 to 2000). Bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) trees were sampled at the other site, located along the Loxahatchee River in a coastal wetland (decadal tree rings from 1830 to 1990). The isotopic time series from both sites display different… CONTINUE READING


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