Multiannual Study of Nova Scotia Coastline Describes Thermal Conditions of Intertidal Environments
The Marine Ecology Lab at St. Francis Xavier University, Department of Biology recently published the study in an open access Earth System Science Data Journal article “Half-hourly changes in intertidal temperature at nine wave-exposed locations along the Atlantic Canadian coast: a 5.5-year study”. The data set is the first of its kind for the Atlantic Canadian coast and exemplifies in detail how intertidal temperature varies in wave-exposed environments on a cold-temperate coast. The data set is freely available from the figshare online repository: Scrosati and Ellrich, 2020a; https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.12462065.v1.
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Scrosati, R. A., Ellrich, J. A., and Freeman, M. J.: Half-hourly changes in intertidal temperature at nine wave-exposed locations along the Atlantic Canadian coast: a 5.5-year study, Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 12, 2695–2703, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-12-2695-2020, 2020.