Additional file 2 of Shifts among Eukaryota, Bacteria, and Archaea define the vertical organization of a lake sediment

Figure: detailed depth profiles of individual cores. Additional detailed depth profiles of individual core (A,B,C,D) variables of Lake Stechlin at 30-m depth. Units: w.c.(water content) [%]; C [%]; N [%]; S [%];H [%]; Ca [mg g −1 dry weight]; Mg [mg g −1 dry weight]; NO 3 − $_{3}^{-}$ [mg l −1]; SO 4 2 − $_{4}^{2-}$ [mg l −1]; Fe 2+/3+ [mg l −1]; Mn 2+ [mg l −1]; Al [mg g −1 dry weight]; Cd [mg g −1 dry weight]; Co [mg g −1 dry weight]; Cr [mg g −1 dry weight]; Cu [mg g −1 dry weight]; Mn [mg g −1 dry weight]; Ni [mg g −1 dry weight]; Ti [mg g −1 dry weight]; Zn [mg g −1 dry weight]. See [108] for comparison with previous data. (PDF 91 kb)