Data set of Lake elements in Hoh Xil area, Qinghai Province (1990)

This data set is the data set of Lake elements in Hoh Xil area of Qinghai Province, which records the main lake characteristics and water quality sampling and analysis data in detail. There are many lakes in Hoh Xil area of Qinghai Province, which is one of the concentrated distribution areas of lakes in Qinghai Tibet Plateau. The basic characteristics of Lake Development in this area are: large quantity, many types and complex structure. According to preliminary statistics, there are 107 lakes with an area of more than 1km2, with a total area of 3825km2 and a lake degree of about 0.05. The original data of the data set is digitized from the book "natural environment of Hoh Xil region in Qinghai Province", which includes 35 main lake characteristic data and 60 lake water chemical analysis data. This data set provides basic data for the study of Hoh Xil area in Qinghai Province, and has reference value for the research in related fields.

0 2021-04-09

Hydrogen and Oxygen isotope data of water collected in river and lake source (2017)

This data set is the the hydrogen and oxygen isotope ratio data of water samples collected in the Ngangla Ringco, Renqingxiubucuo, Mapam Yumco, and Laangcuo during the River and Lake Source Investigation in 2017. It is used to acquire basic physical and chemical indices of lakes. And it can prepare for the following modern observation studies of lakes environment research. The water sample collection time is from August 2017 to September 2017. The sampling sites are Ngangla Ringco, Renqingxiubucuo, Mapam Yumco, and Laangcuo. The data is measured by the Environmental Laboratory of the Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research. The instrument used is the wavelength scanning cavity ring-down spectrometer made by the American Company Picarro. Each sample is measured twice and two data is obtained when measured. The average of the two data for the same indicator for each sample is used when analyzing. Test accuracy: (standard deviation, SD): δO18 ≤ 0.15 ‰, δD ≤ 1.0 ‰.

0 2019-11-18