Ramped Temperature CO2 Evolution for Permafrost and Kolyma River Dissolved Organic Carbon

Rogers, Jennifer A
Galy, Valier
Kellerman, Anne M
Chanton, Jeffrey P
Zimov, Nikita
Spencer, Robert G M
This dataset is the CO2 (ppm) produced as a function of increasing temperature combustion of dissolved organic carbon at a constant 5°C per minute ramped rate with a constant flow-through of oxygen. Dissolved organic carbon samples were gathered from a permafrost thaw stream and the Kolyma River in northeastern Siberia and subjected to microbial incubation degradation before investigation by ramped pyrolysis oxidation. Data is used to create a thermogram followed by inverse modeling to garner chemical composition based on thermostability. Samples were analyzed to determine the contribution of permafrost dissolved organic carbon to the Kolyma River.
How to cite this dataset:
Rogers, J. A., Galy, V., Kellerman, A. M., Chanton, J. P., Zimov, N., Spencer, R. G. M., 2020. Ramped Temperature CO2 Evolution for Permafrost and Kolyma River Dissolved Organic Carbon, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111617. Accessed 2024-04-23.
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National Science Foundation: ANT‐120
National Science Foundation: PLR‐150
National Science Foundation: DMR-164
The State of Florida
Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
Geographic Location: Arctic, Kolyma River
User Contributed Keyword(s):
dissolved organic carbon, combustion, ramped pyrolysis oxidation, CO2
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