PIE LTER Methane isotopes (13C and D) for methane in sediments and dissolved in surface water from four headwater streams in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Summary

Short name: 

WAT-Stream-Methane-Isotopes

Abstract: 

Gas samples for methane isotopes were collected from four headwater streams. Benthic gas samples were collected by physcially distrubing the sediment and collecting ebullated gas. Dissolved gas samples were extracted from surface water. 13C and deuterium isotopes were analyzed.

Relevant publications:
A.L. Robison (2021) Carbon emissions from streams and river: Integrating methane emission pathways and storm carbon dioxide emissions into stream and river carbon balances. Doctoral Dissertation. University of New Hampshire.
A.L. Robison, W.M. Wollheim, C.R. Perryman, A. Cotter, J.E. Mackay, R.K. Varner, P. Clarizia, and J.G. Ernakovich (in review). Dominance of diffusive methane emissions from lowland headwater streams promotes oxidation and isotopic enrichment. Frontiers in Environmental Science.

Data set ID: 

573

EML revision ID: 

1
Published on EDI/LTER Data Portal

Citation Suggestion: 

Robison, A., Wollheim, W. 2021. PIE LTER Methane isotopes (13C and D) for methane in sediments and dissolved in surface water from four headwater streams in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Environmental Data Initiative. http://dx.doi.org/10.6073/pasta/a9aafa6631b3edfc35823c569aef23ac
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Dates

Date Range: 

Thursday, August 23, 2018 to Friday, August 9, 2019

Publication Date: 

Friday, October 8, 2021
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