Methane production and storage in the Lena river delta during winter 2011

Measured methane concentrations in the ice cover of ponds and lakes on Samoylov Island (Lena-River-Delta in northern Siberia). Methane concentration were extracted from ice core samples. The location of each sample relative to the lake surface is indicated by a minimum and maximum depth. The ice cores were extracted by cutting ice columns to a depth of about 70 cm from the ice cover. The ice samples were melted in 1 L plastic containers. Methan concentration were obtained by head-space analysis. For a detailed description of the methods see Langer et al. (2015).

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Source https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.924104
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Authors
  • Author Name: Moritz Langer
Temporal coverage
  • Temporal coverage start: 2011-04-17T00:00:00
Spatial coverage { "coordinates": [ [ [ 126.51115, 72.36942 ], [ 126.51115, 72.38672 ], [ 126.48188, 72.38672 ], [ 126.48188, 72.36942 ], [ 126.51115, 72.36942 ] ] ], "type": "Polygon" }
Station research-station-samoylov-island
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    Date published 2020-10-26
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    • Publisher name: PANGAEA  Publisher URL: https://www.pangaea.de/
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