I am committed to making software I develop and data I collect freely available to the broader scientific community, 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.


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)



Dissolved methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, water isotope, salinity and temperature data from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada (2017-2018).
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Supplement to: Manning, CC et al.: River inflow dominates methane emissions in an Arctic coastal system. Geophysical Research Letters, e2020GL087669,


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 The original paper which also contains this data in the Supporting Information is available at doi: 10.1088/1755-1315/35/1/012017.