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CO2 auto-chamber data of Council site in 2019

CO2 fluxes at dominant vegetation types were measured using custom-made auto-chamber system during summertime in 2019 at Council site, Alaska. Auto-chamber system was consisted of a gas-analyzer (LI-840) connected with 15-chambers, which are controlled by electronic board with 225-second opening for each chamber. As a result, whole-chamber cycle is completed in a hour. CO2 data is recorded every 10-second by CR1000 logger. Also, soil temperature and moisture at 5-cm depth at each chamber were recorded at 10-min interval. To monitor and understand CO2 flux of dominant vegetation types of Alaska permafrost site.

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Entry ID
KOPRI-KPDC-00001647
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/doi:10.22663/KOPRI-KPDC-00001647.1
Science Keyword
EARTH SCIENCE > Atmosphere > Atmospheric Chemistry > Carbon and Hydrocarbon Compounds
EARTH SCIENCE > Land Surface > Soils > Soil Temperature
EARTH SCIENCE > Land Surface > Soils > Soil Moisture/Water Content
ISO Topic
CLIMATOLOGY/METEOROLOGY/ATMOSPHERE
Platform
ground
Instrument
Autochamber(Automatic chamber system, CO2 concentration, soil temperature and moisture at 5-cm depth)
Personnel
Sangjong Park (sangjong@kopri.re.kr)
Namyi Chae (cnamyi@kopri.re.kr)
Bang Yong Lee (bylee@kopri.re.kr)
Project
PN19081, Arctic permafrost environment change monitoring and prediction method developments. PI.Bang Yong Lee
Research period
2019-05-13 - 2019-09-07
Create/Update Date
2021-03-30 06:31:13 UTC
Location
Continent > North America > United States Of America > Alaska > Council
Raw Data
File Size: 27.36 Mb for 1 item
Citation
The data(KOPRI-KPDC-00001647) used in this work was provided by the Korea Polar Research Institute.
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