Lena River surface water monitoring near the Samoylov Island Research Station


Current warming, shifting hydrological regimes and accelerated permafrost thaw in the catchment of the Arctic rivers will affect their water biogeochemistry. The Lena River is the second largest Arctic river and 71 % of its catchment is characterized by continuous permafrost. Monitoring of Arctic rivers will enable to observe expected changes in matter transport such as an increase of dissolved organic matter (DOM) re-mobilization from permafrost. A number of biogeochemical variables are presented here in a unique high frequency throughout the whole year. The sampling of Lena River water is done near the Research Station Samoylov Island in the central Lena River Delta. The Samoylov research station allows a unique chance for continuous sampling since it operates throughout the year.

DOI https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.913197
Related Identifier References https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2023.1082109
Related Identifier References https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2020.00053
Related Identifier References https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-021-01665-0
Metadata Access https://ws.pangaea.de/oai/provider?verb=GetRecord&metadataPrefix=datacite4&identifier=oai:pangaea.de:doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.913197
Creator Juhls, Bennet ORCID logo; Morgenstern, Anne ORCID logo; Chetverova, Antonina; Eulenburg, Antje ORCID logo; Hölemann, Jens A ORCID logo; Povazhnyi, Vasily; Overduin, Pier Paul ORCID logo
Publisher PANGAEA
Publication Year 2020
Rights Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International; https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
OpenAccess true
Resource Type Publication Series of Datasets; Collection
Format application/zip
Size 10 datasets
Discipline Biogeochemistry; Biospheric Sciences; Geosciences; Natural Sciences
Spatial Coverage (126.460 LON, 72.368 LAT)
Temporal Coverage Begin 2018-04-20T21:00:00Z
Temporal Coverage End 2022-08-16T09:00:00Z