Ecological Archives E095-105-A1

Patrick T. Kelly, Christopher T. Solomon, Brian C. Weidel, Stuart E. Jones. 2014. Terrestrial carbon is a resource, but not a subsidy, for lake zooplankton. Ecology 95:1236–1242. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-1586.1

Appendix A. Table containing end member stable isotope values for each lake.

Table A1. End member values used in the Bayesian mixing model for terrestrial vegetation, methane oxidizing bacteria (MOB), and phytoplankton for each lake. Variance for each given in parentheses.

Type

Lake

δ13C

δ15N

δ2H

Terrestrial vegetation

All

-29.2(2.25)

-4.6(0.36)

-129.5(15.2)

MOB

All

-60(0)

variable(variable)*

-200(0)

Phytoplankton

Bay

-25.6(13.8)

8.6(5.0)

-203.7(0)

Phytoplankton

Bergner

-28.0(8.0)

3.8(4.2)

-205.5(0)

Phytoplankton

Crampton

-27.3(24.0)

10.1(20.6)

-200.1(0)

Phytoplankton

Hummingbird

-33.7(16.6)

7.3(2.5)

-216.7(0)

Phytoplankton

Inkpot

-31.8(10.1)

14.8(21.1)

-219.2(0)

Phytoplankton

Long

-30.3(5.8)

13.1(11.0)

-209.7(0)

Phytoplankton

Morris

-36.0(6.0)

12.4(1.7)

-222.2(0)

Phytoplankton

Raspberry

-28.1(9.1)

14.4(4.4)

-202.8(0)

15N Estimates based on those of phytoplankton from the specific lake


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