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Supporting Data for Neilson et al., 2018 Groundwater flow and exchange across the land surface explain carbon export patterns in continuous permafrost watersheds, Geophysical Research Letters


Authors: Bethany Neilson
Owners: Bethany Neilson
DOI:10.4211/hs.c47cf6107dd046e2991a459fa6c72fca How to Cite
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Created:Jul 28, 2018 at 5:24 p.m.
Last updated: Aug 03, 2018 at midnight by Bethany Neilson

Abstract

Supporting data files for Neilson et al., 2018, Groundwater flow and exchange across the land surface explain carbon export patterns in continuous permafrost watersheds.

Flow and DOC data used in the manuscript can be found online at http://ine.uaf.edu/werc/projects/NorthSlope/imnavait/flume/flume.html and http://arclter.ecosystems.mbl.edu/data-catalog, respectively.

Permeability_Depth_Profile.xlsx
Figure S3a: Vertical permeability profile measured with KSAT or slug test methods and used in the vertically explicit groundwater model. KSAT done in lab, slug tests done in the field.

Porosity_Depth_Profile.xlsx
Figure S3b: Vertical porosity profile used in the vertically explicit groundwater model.

Fill_DEM_3m1.tif
Figures S1a and S4: Digital Elevation Model at 3 m resolution resampled from 20cm FodarDEM (http://fairbanksfodar.com/fodar-earth) and used in the vertically integrated groundwater model.

ALT_RawData_IncludeSmallGrid.xlsx
Figure S2: Top of casing elevation, ground surface elevation, water depth in well, total well length, and triplicate distance below land surface to frozen surface.

SurfaceTopography.xlsx
Figures 1, 2, S3, and S5: Land surface elevation profile used in the vertically explicit groundwater model.

Hydrozoid_DOC_to_WEB.xlsx
Figure S6: Soil dissolved organic carbon concentrations from Imnavait Creek.

Subject Keywords

Hydrology,Imnavait Creek,DOC,Arctic,Alaska,Chemostasis,Groundwater/Surface Water,Permafrost

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Neilson, B. (2018). Supporting Data for Neilson et al., 2018 Groundwater flow and exchange across the land surface explain carbon export patterns in continuous permafrost watersheds, Geophysical Research Letters, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.c47cf6107dd046e2991a459fa6c72fca

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     Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:  WGS 84 EPSG:4326
     Coordinate Units:  Decimal degrees
    North Latitude
    68.6187°
    East Longitude
    -149.2895°
    South Latitude
    68.5961°
    West Longitude
    -149.3262°

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    Name Organization Address Phone Author Identifiers
    Bethany Neilson Utah State University
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    isDataFor: Neilson, B. T., Cardenas, M. B., O’Connor, M. T., Rasmussen, M. T., King, T. V., & Kling, G. W. (2018). Groundwater flow and exchange across the land surface explain carbon export patterns in continuous permafrost watersheds. Geophysical Research Letters, 45. https:// doi.org/10.1029/2018GL078140

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    This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
    Agency Name Award Title Award Number
    National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Quantification of Dominant Heat Fluxes in Streams and Rivers in Arctic Alaska 1204220
    National Science Foundation LTER: The Role of Biogeochemical and Community Openness in Governing Ecological Change in Arctic Ecosystems 1637459
    National Science Foundation Arctic LTER: Climate Change and Changing Disturbance Regimes in Arctic Landscapes 1026843
    National Science Foundation LTREB Renewal: Collaborative research: What controls long-term changes in freshwater microbial community composition? 1347042, 1147378
    National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Carbon, Water, and Energy Balance of the Arctic Landscape at Flagship Observatories in Alaska and Siberia 1504006, 1107707
    National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Turning on the lights - Photochemical and microbial processing of newly exposed carbon in arctic ecosystems 1023270, 1022876

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