Software/Data

I am committed to making software I develop and data I collect freely available, in the spirit of open access, to minimize repeated effort among investigators, and to ensure that the results in my publications can be reproduced by others. I believe that openly sharing scientific workflows and datasets will speed up scientific progress and increase the contributions of underrepresented and historically excluded groups to scientific research.

Software:

cambridge-bay-model: Code for modeling methane transport in the Cambridge Bay estuary. Download on GitHub.
Used in: Manning et al. (2020)

gas_toolbox: Functions for calculating air-sea fluxes for several different gases using a variety of air-sea gas exchange parameterizations, including three that explicitly include bubble-mediated exchange. Download at Zenodo.
Used in: Manning et al. (2016a), Manning et al. (2016b), Manning et al. (2017)

calcGOP: Functions for calculating gross oxygen production from measurements of the triple oxygen isotopic composition of dissolved O2. Download at Zenodo
Used in: Manning et al. (2017)

Data:
Dissolved methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, water isotope, salinity and temperature data from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada (2017-2018).
CC Manning,
VL Preston, SF Jones, APM Michel, DP Nicholson, PJ Duke, MMM Ahmed, K Manganini, BGT Else and PD Tortell
PANGAEAhttps://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.907159
Supplement to: Manning, CC et al.: River inflow dominates methane emissions in an Arctic coastal system. Geophysical Research Letters, e2020GL087669, https://doi.org/10.1029/2020GL087669

Oxygen/argon, triple oxygen isotope, and CTD data from Bras d’Or Lake, Nova Scotia, Canada
CC Manning and RHR Stanley, Zenodo, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.789049
Supplement to: Manning et al.: Changes in gross oxygen production, net oxygen production, and air-water gas exchange during seasonal ice melt in Whycocomagh Bay, a Canadian estuary in the Bras d’Or Lake system, Biogeosciences, https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-16-3351-2019

Noble gas measurements (He, Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe concentration) from Monterey Bay, California used in Manning et al. (2016) “Quantifying air-sea gas exchange using noble gases in a coastal upwelling zone” are available at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.56695. The original paper which also contains this data in the Supporting Information is available at doi: 10.1088/1755-1315/35/1/012017.

Instrument diagrams
Diagrams and components lists for building a field-deployable gas equilibration mass spectrometer can be accessed in the supplement of my 2016 Analytical Chemistry paper. The supplement is freely available through the ACS website: https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.analchem.5b03102

The author’s accepted manuscript can be downloaded through an institutional repository: https://repository.wellesley.edu/object/ir231