Methane transport through an agricultural soil following pulse injection of isotopically-enriched methane in the sub-surface
SHAW, GEORGE; Atkinson, B.S.; Meredith, W.; Snape, C.; Lever, D.A.; Hoch, A.R.
Dr WILLIAM MEREDITH email@example.com
COLIN SNAPE COLIN.SNAPE@NOTTINGHAM.AC.UK
Professor of Chemical Technology & Chemical Eng
Data comprise methane and carbon dioxide concentrations in soil following injection of discrete pulses of methane into subsoil (50 cm depth) below a spring wheat crop during the growing season.
Supporting data on soil moisture, soil temperature and meteorology are provided.
The data may be useful for testing models of methane and carbon dioxide transport and fate in temperate agricultural soils. Publication date: 2018-02-09 (9th February 2018)
You must cite: Shaw, G.; Atkinson, B. S.; Meredith, W.; Snape, C.; Lever, D. A.; Hoch, A. R. (2018). Methane transport through an agricultural soil following pulse injection of isotopically-enriched methane in the sub-surface. NERC Environmental Information Data Centre. https://doi.org/10.5285/18939865-d863-498b-b4cb-5661eaeadcfc
SHAW, G., Atkinson, B., Meredith, W., Snape, C., Lever, D., & Hoch, A. (2018). Methane transport through an agricultural soil following pulse injection of isotopically-enriched methane in the sub-surface. [Dataset]
|Acceptance Date||Jan 5, 2018|
|Online Publication Date||Feb 9, 2018|
|Publication Date||Feb 9, 2018|
|Deposit Date||Dec 13, 2018|
|Keywords||carbon dioxide, delta C-13, greenhouse gas, isotope, methane, migration, radioecology|
|Type of Data||CSV Files and Metadata|
|Collection Date||Jul 31, 2012|
|Collection Method||Field Experiment|
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