Ala-aho, P. et al

Stable water isotopes in Western Siberian inland waters

The data consist of stable water isotope composition in the rivers , lakes, soils and flooded areas in the Westerns Siberia Lowlands (WSL). Sampling area encompassed a 1700 km south-north transect spanning from approx. 56°N to 68°N in latitude and 74°E to 84°E in longitude. Samples were collected during multiple field campaigns between February 2014 and November 2016.

The dataset in produced as a part of the JPI/NERC funded SIWA project "Climate impact on the carbon emission and export from Siberian inland waters".

The dataset has resulted in two publications submitted to peer-review:
(i) Ala-aho et al. (2018). Using stable isotopes to assess surface water source dynamics and hydrological connectivity in a high-latitude wetland and permafrost influenced landscape. Journal of Hydrology, 556, 279-293.
(ii) Ala-aho et al. (2018). Permafrost and lakes control river isotope composition across a boreal Arctic transect in the Western Siberian lowlands. Environmental Research Letters, 13(3), 34028.

Publication date: 2017-07-21

Get the data

Format of the dataset : Tab delimited text

This dataset will be available under the terms of the Open Government Licence

You must cite: Ala-aho, P.; Soulsby, C.; Pokrovsky, O.S.; Kirpotin, S.N.; Karlsson, J.; Serikova, S.; Manasypov, R.; Lim, A.; Krickov, I.; Vorobyev, S.N.; Kolesnichenko, L.G.; Loiko, S.; Tetzlaff, D. (2017). Stable water isotopes in Western Siberian inland waters. NERC Environmental Information Data Centre. https://doi.org/10.5285/ca17e364-638d-4949-befb-b18b3770aec6

 

Where/When

Study area
Temporal extent
2014-02-01    to    2016-11-30

Supplemental information

Other useful information regarding this dataset:

Ala-aho, P., Soulsby, C., Pokrovsky, O. S., Kirpotin, S. N., Karlsson, J., Serikova, S., ... Tetzlaff, D. (2018). Using stable isotopes to assess surface water source dynamics and hydrological connectivity in a high-latitude wetland and permafrost influenced landscape. Journal of Hydrology, 556, 279-293.
Ala-aho, P., Soulsby, C., Pokrovsky, O. S., Kirpotin, S. N., Karlsson, J., Serikova, S., ... Tetzlaff, D. (2018). Permafrost and lakes control river isotope composition across a boreal Arctic transect in the Western Siberian lowlands. Environmental Research Letters, 13(3), 34028.

Provenance & quality

The water samples for analysis were collected by the Tomsk State University, Umeå University and Géosciences Environnement Toulouse. The samples were analysed for their isotope composition, and the dataset was compiled by the University of Aberdeen. See supporting documentation for further information.

Correspondence/contact details

Pertti Ala-aho
Northern Rivers Institute, University of Abedeen
pertti.ala-aho@abdn.ac.uk

Authors

Ala-aho, P.
Northern Rivers Institute, University of Aberdeen
Soulsby, C.
Northern Rivers Institute, University of Aberdeen
Pokrovsky, O.S.
Géosciences Environnement Toulouse, France (GET)
Kirpotin, S.N.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Karlsson, J.
Department of Ecology and Environmental Science, Umeå University, Sweden (UU)
Serikova, S.
Department of Ecology and Environmental Science, Umeå University, Sweden (UU)
Manasypov, R.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Lim, A.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Krickov, I.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Vorobyev, S.N.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Kolesnichenko, L.G.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Loiko, S.
BIO-GEO-CLIM Laboratory, Tomsk State University, Russia (TSU)
Tetzlaff, D.
Northern Rivers Institute, University of Aberdeen

Other contacts

Custodian
Environmental Information Data Centre
eidc@ceh.ac.uk
Publisher
NERC Environmental Information Data Centre
eidc@ceh.ac.uk

Spatial

Spatial representation type
Tabular (text)
Spatial reference system
WGS 84

Tags

Topic categories
Inland Waters , Environment
Keywords
Isotope hydrology,  Western Siberia Lowlands