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Hydrological data for 20 locations every 500 m along Caerlaverock saltmarsh (UK) between March 2021 and 2022

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posted on 2022-12-05, 10:49 authored by Cai Ladd, Michael Sandager, Emilie Cremin, Lea Stolpmann, Alejandra Vovides, T. (Thorsten) Balke

 Raw acceleration data for 20 locations deployed every ~500 m on the mudflat ~2 m in front of eroding or expanding edges of Caerlaverock saltmarsh, Solway Firth, Scotland. Acceleration data was gathered by the Mini Buoy (B4+ design) at rates of either 1 second (monthly redeployments) or 10 seconds (quarterly redeployments) between March 2021-2022. The data has been cleaned to remove any data gathered before/after deployment. Coordinates of each location and the status of the marsh edge (eroding or expanding), and images of the marsh edge at each Mini Buoy deployment are also present. The data is being used to identify hydrological thresholds (inundation duration, current and wave orbital velocities) that determine whether saltmarshes expand or erode 

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UKRI NE/S008926/1

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