Development of pan-Arctic database for river chemistry
Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union
- J.W. McClelland , R.M. Holmes , B.J. Peterson , R. Amon , T. Brabets , L. Cooper , J. Gibson , V.V. Gordeev , C. Guay , D. Milburn , R. Staples , P.A. Raymond , I. Shiklomanov , Robert G. Striegl , A. Zhulidov , T. Gurtovaya , and S. Zimov
More than 10% of all continental runoff flows into the Arctic Ocean. This runoff is a dominant feature of the Arctic Ocean with respect to water column structure and circulation. Yet understanding of the chemical characteristics of runoff from the pan-Arctic watershed is surprisingly limited. The Pan- Arctic River Transport of Nutrients, Organic Matter, and Suspended Sediments ( PARTNERS) project was initiated in 2002 to help remedy this deficit, and an extraordinary data set has emerged over the past few years as a result of the effort. This data set is publicly available through the Cooperative Arctic Data and Information Service (CADIS) of the Arctic Observing Network (AON). Details about data access are provided below.
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