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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
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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.
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.
Figure S3b: Vertical porosity profile used in the vertically explicit groundwater model.
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.
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.
Figures 1, 2, S3, and S5: Land surface elevation profile used in the vertically explicit groundwater model.
Figure S6: Soil dissolved organic carbon concentrations from Imnavait Creek.
|This resource is referenced by||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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