Data from: An in situ approach for measuring biogeochemical fluxes in structurally complex benthic communities

Florian Roth, Christian Wild, Susana Carvalho, Nils Rädecker, Christian R. Voolstra, Benjamin Kurten, Holger Anlauf, Yusuf C. El-Khaled, Ronan Carolan, Burton H. Jones & Yusuf C. El‐Khaled
1. The exchange of energy and nutrients are integral components of ecological functions of benthic shallow-water ecosystems and are directly dependent on in situ environmental conditions. Traditional laboratory experiments cannot account for the multidimensionality of interacting processes when assessing metabolic rates and biogeochemical fluxes of structurally complex benthic communities. Current in situ chamber systems are expensive, limited in their functionality, and the deployment is often restricted to planar habitats (e.g., sediments or seagrass meadows) only....
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