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Summary for Field Activity Number 2009-087-FA

Area of Operations: Liquid Jungle Lab, Isla Canales de Tierra, Coiba National Park, Gulf of Chiriqui, Panama, Central America, Pacific Ocean

Dates: December 01, 2009 to December 17, 2009

Objectives: Identify the contribution of groundwater flux to nutrient and water budgets in tropical estuaries with forested and deforested watersheds; and examine deforestation impacts on nutrient and water cycles using radon, radium, salinity and nutrient concentrations.

Type of Activity: Sampling

Information to be derived: Time series data

Summary: Rn time series and mapped Rn data in Rio Limon and Rio de la Mona, Liquid Jungle Lab.

USGS Project Number: 2921-0I415 - Project Description

Contact: John Crusius (

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