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Dataset of Characteristics of Carbon and Nitrogen Wet Deposition-Loss by Runoff in Yangjuangou Watershed of Loess Plateau in China (2016)


JIA Junjie1,2HUANG Liangbo1,3GAO Yang1,2WANG Yafeng*4,5
1Key Laboratory of Ecosystem Network Observation and Modeling,Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101,China2College of Resources and Environment,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049,China3Central China municipal engineering design research institute Co.,Ltd,Wuhan 430001,China4Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101,China5Center for Excellence in Tibetan Plateau Earth Sciences,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101,China

DOI:10.3974/geodb.2021.01.14.V1

Published:Jan. 2021

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Key Words:

carbon and nitrogen wet deposition,carbon and nitrogen loss flux,rainfall runoff,water erosion,Loess Plateau

Abstract:

Dataset of Characteristics of Carbon and Nitrogen Wet Deposition-Loss by Runoff in Yangjuangou Watershed of Loess Plateau in China (2016) include the data covering the Yangjuangou watershed of Loess Plateau in China: land use data in 10 m resolution, which was developed based on the Sentinal-1 satellite data; the geo-location data of sample sites; and the in situ sample’s data on concentration of carbon and nitrogen in different forms of rainfall; carbon and nitrogen fluxes of different forms; carbon and nitrogen concentrations in different forms of typical rainfall runoff; loss load of carbon and nitrogen of rainfall runoff; carbon and nitrogen concentrations of different forms of base flow; water carbon and nitrogen loss load and loss modulus; contribution of wet deposition of carbon and nitrogen to water body; accumulation load data of rainfall runoff carbon and nitrogen. The dataset is archived in the .xlsx, .shp and .tif data formats, and consists of 15 data files with data size of 114 KB (compressed to one single file with 46.3 KB). The analysis paper based on this dataset was published in the Acta Ecologica Sinica, Vol. 39, No. 3, 2019.

Foundation Item:

General Programs of the National Natural Science Foundation of China(41971134)

Data Citation:

JIA Junjie, HUANG Liangbo, GAO Yang, WANG Yafeng*. Dataset of Characteristics of Carbon and Nitrogen Wet Deposition-Loss by Runoff in Yangjuangou Watershed of Loess Plateau in China (2016)[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2021. DOI: 10.3974/geodb.2021.01.14.V1.

References:

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     [3] Chen, S. B., Wang, Y. F., Gao, Y., et al. Characteristics of phosphorus wet deposition in the loess plateau and its effect on the phosphorus export in the dam watershed: A case study of Yangjuangou Watershed [J]. Acta Scientiae Circumstantiae, 2017, 37(2): 721-728.
     [4] Jia, J. J., Gao, Y., Chen, W. L., et al. Characteristics of Nitrogen transport and its source trace in Loess Plateau's dam watershed in alternating wet and dry seasons: A case study of Yangjuangou Watershed [J]. Environmental Science, 2017, 38(1): 147-155.
     [5] Hao, Z., Gao, Y., Yang, T.T., et al. Atmospheric wet deposition of nitrogen in a subtropical watershed in China: characteristics of and impacts on surface water quality [J]. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2017, 24(9): 8489-8503.
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Data Product:

ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 CN_YJGWatershed_2016.rar 46.34KB
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