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DATA: Comma Delimited, Excel file with Metadata and data
|Dataset Title:||Ground temperature at and near thermokarst sites around Toolik Lake Field Station, Summer 2009-Summer 2012|
|Investigator 1:|| |
|Organization:||Colorado State University|
|Address line 2:||Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Address line 3:|
|Investigator 2:|| |
|Organization:||Idaho State University|
|Address line 2:||Department of Geosciences|
|Keywords:||ARCSS/TK, ground temperature, retrogressive thaw slump, thermokarst, Toolik Field Station|
|Abstract:||Ground temperatures were measured hourly at ~20-50cm intervals below the ground surface inside and adjacent to thermokarst features in the region around Toolik Field Station. Ground temperatures were measured using Hobo thermistors. Temperatures at 0 and 20cm depths were measured directly in the ground whereas 40cm and deeper measurements were logged from dry wells installed in summer 2009. NE14_TS02dot01_temp is located in the old NE14 thermokarst, downslope. |
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|Arctic LTER Information Manager
The Ecosystems Center
Marine Biological Lab
7 MBL St
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Phone (508) 289 7496
Online URL: http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/ARC/
|DATA FILE INFORMATION:|
|Data File URL||http://metacat.lternet.edu/das/dataAccessServlet?docid=knb-lter-arc.10474&urlTail=thermokarst/soil/data/20092012_GT_NE14_TS02dot01.csv|
|Data File Name||20092012_GT_NE14_TS02dot01|
|Number of Data Records||26759|
|Other Files to Reference|
|Availability Status||Type 1|
|Quality Control Information||Gaps have been filled when an interpolation is possible. Outliers have been filtered as stated in the notes.|
|Maintenance Description||Data was maintained by the Gooseff lab during 2009-2012. Some data continues to be collected, please contact the lab for updates.|
|Log of Changes:|
|Location Name||NE14_TS02dot01||Select Site or enter New One|
|Geographic Description||NE 14 Thermokarst||Enter Description|
|Location Bounding Box|
|West Bounding Coordinate|
|East Bounding Coordinate|
|North Bounding Coordinate|
|South Bounding Coordinate|
|OR if single point location|
|Latitude||68.6787||In Decimal Degrees|
|Longitude||149.6264||In Decimal Degrees|
|Elevation||In Meters||In Meters|
|Link to Google Map||View on Google Map|
|Methods:||Ground temperatures were measured hourly at ~20-50cm intervals below the ground surface inside and adjacent to thermokarst features in the region around Toolik Field Station. Ground temperatures were measured using Onset/Hobo thermistors (either 2-channel U23, 4-channel U12, or individual measurements logged in an H23 datalogger). Temperatures at 0 and 20cm depths were measured directly in the ground whereas 40cm and deeper measurements were logged from dry wells installed in summer 2009. |
At the Toolik River and I-minus-2 gulley thermokarsts, sites were chosen inside and outside of the thermokarst feature, and at three landscape positions: above the headwall of the thermokarst, at mid-slope, and a low-slope position. At the NE-14 retrogressive thaw slump, sites were chosen according to landscape position (upslope and downslope) at each of three locations (inside the new slump, inside the revegetated scar of the old slump, and outside of both slumps on an adjacent hillslope).
|Variable Name||Variable Description||Data Type||Units||DateTime Format||Code Information||Missing Value Code|
|Site ID||Code to describe location of site at particular thermokarst||Text|
|Year||Year that the measurement was taken||datetime||YYYY|
|Month||Month that the measurement was taken (1=Jan through 12=Dec)||Number||number|
|Day||Day of the month that the measurement was taken||Number||number|
|Hour||Hour (0-23 h) that the measurement was taken||Number||number|
|Minute||Minute that the measurement was taken||Number||number|
|Second||Second that the measurement was taken||Number||number|
|0cmT||Temperature at 0cm depth in soil||Number||celsius||-99999=Missing or Not Measured|
|20cmT||Temperature at 20cm depth in soil||Number||celsius||-99999=Missing or Not Measured|
|40cmT||Temperature at 40cm depth in soil||Number||celsius||-99999=Missing or Not Measured|
|60cmT||Temperature at 60cm depth in soil||Number||celsius||-99999=Missing or Not Measured|
|80cmT||Temperature at 80cm depth in soil||Number||celsius||-99999=Missing or Not Measured|
|100cmT||Temperature at 100cm depth in soil||Number||celsius||-99999=Missing or Not Measured|
|Notes||Information about gap-filling, interpolation, or problematic data points||Text|