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Sedimentology data from a polygonal tundra landscape near the WWF station Kytalyk at the Berelekh River in the Indigirka lowland (NE Siberia) during summer 2011

Authors: Schirrmeister, Lutz; Herzschuh, Ulrike; Pestryakova, Luidmila A; Wetterich, Sebastian; Bobrov, Anatoly A; Frolova, Larisa A; Ushnitskaya, Lena A; +3 Authors

Sedimentology data from a polygonal tundra landscape near the WWF station Kytalyk at the Berelekh River in the Indigirka lowland (NE Siberia) during summer 2011

Abstract

Patterned ground of the polygonal tundra yields sensitive indicators of environmental and climate change. Polygon ponds, mires and cryosoils are typical components of Arctic Siberian wetlands underlain by permafrost. Field studies of recent environmental dynamics were carried out in the Indigirka lowland in summer 2011 and 2012. Using a multidisciplinary approach, several stages of polygonal systems were studied as modern tundra habitats in the surrounding of the WWF station Kytalyk at the Berelekh River, a tributary of the Indigirka River. The floral and faunal associations of the polygonal tundra landscape were described. Ecological, hydrological, meteorological, limnological and cryological features were analyzed in order to evaluate modern environmental conditions and their essential controlling parameters. A monitoring program was carried out to measure changes of air, water and ground temperatures as well as water conductivity, water level and soil moisture and to collect water, diatom, zooplankton, zoobenthos, tecamoebae, phytoplankton and ostracod samples. These data sets contain environmental field data, logger data, various ecological data, and analyses of sediments and water. This dataset comprises sedimentology data, e.g. grain size, carbon- or nitrogen contents, from a polygonal tundra landscape, near the WWF station Kytalyk at the Berelekh River. Note: The uppermost cm of surface substrate was used for sediment analysis.

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Size fraction &lt; 0.020 mm, Size fraction 0 063 mm, inorganic, Carbon and nitrogen and sulfur (CNS) isotope element analyzer, Elementar, Vario EL III, Size fraction < 0.630 mm, Permafrost, Size fraction < 0.200 mm, mean, Size fraction &lt; 0.100 mm, Polar Terrestrial Environmental Systems AWI AWI_Envi, Polygons in tundra wetlands state and dynamics under climate variability in Polar Regions POLYGON, Latitude of event, Size fraction 0 002 mm, Size fraction < 2.0 mm, Calculated, Elementar, Size fraction < 0.020 mm, Carbon Nitrogen ratio, Grain size, mean, hydrological data, total, Sample code/label, grain size, Bartington MS2 magnetic susceptibility meter, freshwater ostracodes, Sample code label, Size fraction 0 100 mm, Magnetic susceptibility, mass, Sampling lake, Nitrogen, total, mud, δ13C, Earth System Research, Size fraction &lt; 1.0 mm, Beckman Coulter Laser diffraction particle size analyzer LS 200, Size fraction < 0.002 mm, clay, Size fraction &lt; 0.063 mm, mud, silt+clay, Size fraction 2 0 mm, Longitude of event, Polygons in tundra wetlands: state and dynamics under climate variability in Polar Regions (POLYGON), Nitrogen, organic, Carbon, total, RU-Land_2011_Kytalyk, Carbon, inorganic, total, Median, Permafrost Research AWI_Perma, δ13C, organic carbon, Zooplankton, Magnetic susceptibility, Permafrost Research (AWI_Perma), Date/Time of event, Sulfur, total, Vario EL III, zoobenthos, polygonal landscapes, Terrain, Size fraction &lt; 2.0 mm, Size fraction < 1.0 mm, Hydrochemistry, tecamoebae, RU Land_2011_Kytalyk, Size fraction 0 020 mm, organic carbon, Event label, AWI Arctic Land Expedition, Size fraction < 0.063 mm, mud, silt+clay, Size fraction < 0.100 mm, Date Time of event, clay, Carbon and nitrogen and sulfur CNS isotope element analyzer, Mass spectrometer Finnigan MAT Delta S, silt clay, Carbon, Carbon/Nitrogen ratio, Median, grain size, Polar Terrestrial Environmental Systems @ AWI (AWI_Envi), Size fraction &lt; 0.630 mm, Size fraction &lt; 0.002 mm, clay, Size fraction 1 0 mm, mass, environmental data, Size fraction 0 200 mm, sediment data, Sulfur, freshwater diatoms, Mass spectrometer Finnigan MAT Delta-S, Size fraction 0 630 mm, Carbon, organic, total, Size fraction &lt; 0.200 mm

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