Data from: Groundwater enhances aboveground growth in mangroves

Matthew A. Hayes, Amber Jesse, Nina Welti, Basam Tabet, David Lockington & Catherine E. Lovelock
1. Groundwater flow through coastal wetlands plays an important role in the maintenance of productivity of intertidal ecosystems. Groundwater can reduce salinity and increase nutrient availability which can enhance plant growth and alter plant biomass allocation patterns. 2. Here, we used stable isotopes of oxygen and hydrogen to assess how groundwater influences belowground and aboveground growth in the widespread mangrove species Avicennia marina. 3. We found source water within tree stems varied seasonally, with non-saline...
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