Login | Register 中文  |  English 
Home > Access Data > Search Data > By Keyword > All
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2010_Arctic_Ny_Alesund_ICP_AES_Description
Publish Date: 2013-08-01
Author:
Keywords: Sb, Arctic Ny-Ålesund
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(692.9 KB)
Summary: The moss( dicranum angustum) and topsoil samples were collected in both disturbed and undisturbed areas in Ny-Ålesund. Sb concentrations in all the samples as well as coal and gangue were examined ,try to eaplain the Sb distribution in the study area.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2014_Arctic_Ocean_Arctic_Ocean_PLANKTON_NETS_Description
Publish Date: 2016-10-14
Keywords: zooplankton, Arctic Ocean, Abundance
Location: Arctic Ocean
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(21.9 KB)
Summary: Data of plankton of Arctic Ocean during 6th CHINARE-Arctic in 2014.
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2014_Great_Wall_station_Fildes_Peninsula_IRSP_30th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: TPHs, Great Wall Station, 30th chinese Antarctica expedition
Location: Fildes Peninsula
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(13.2 KB)
Summary: The data included petroleum hydrocarbons of the soil of the Great Wall Station, which were obtained by infrared analysis according to Antarctic Environmental Monitoring Handbook (COMNAP/SCAR 2000) and the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 30th Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2015_Zhongshan_Station_Larsemann_Hills_IRSP_31th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: TPHs, Zhongshan Station, Antarctic
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(11.6 KB)
Summary: The data included petroleum hydrocarbons of the soil of the Zhongshan Station, which were obtained by infrared analysis according to Antarctic Environmental Monitoring Handbook (COMNAP/SCAR 2000) and the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 31st Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2013_Changcheng_Station_Fildes_Peninsula_ICP-AES_29th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: Great Wall Station, soil, Heavy metals
Location: Fildes Peninsula
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(14.9 KB)
Summary: The data included total heavy metals of the soil of the Fildes Peninsula where the Great Wall Station is located, which were obtained by ICP analysis according to the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 29th Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2014_Great_Wall_station_Fildes_Peninsula_ICP-AES_30th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: soil, Great Wall Station, Heavy metals, 30th chinese Antarctica expedition
Location: GreatWallStation
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(18.1 KB)
Summary: The data included total heavy metals of the soil of the Great Wall Station, which were obtained by ICP analysis according to the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 30th Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2013_Rathman_Hill_Zhongshan_Station_ICP-AES_29th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: Heavy metals, soil, Zhongshan Station, the 29th Chinare
Location: Larsemann Hills
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(14.4 KB)
Summary: The data included total heavy metals of the soil of the Larsemann Hills where the Zhongshan Station is located, which were obtained by ICP analysis according to the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 29th Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2014_Great_Wall_station_Fildes_Peninsula_30th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: lake, 30th chinese Antarctica expedition, Great Wall Station
Location: GreatWallStation
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(10.4 KB)
Summary: The data included temperature, salinity, pH, dissolved oxygen, nitrogen and phosphorus of the lakes around the Changcheng Station, which were analyzed according to the national standard for water analysis. Water samples were collected during 30th Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2015_Zhongshan_Station_Larsemann_Hills_uv-vis_Spectrophotometer_31th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: Physical and chemical properties, soil, Zhongshan Station
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(13.0 KB)
Summary: The data included soluble nitrogen and phosphorus of the soil of the Zhongshan Station, which were analyzed according to the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 31st Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”
Entry ID: CN_NADC_2014_Great_Wall_station_Fildes_Peninsula_uv-vis_Spectrophotometer_30th
Publish Date: 2016-10-11
Author: Wang Feng
Keywords: Great Wall Station, Physical and chemical properties, soil
Location: GreatWallStation
Dataset: Files(1) Filesize(14.5 KB)
Summary: The data included soluble nitrogen and phosphorus of the soil of the Great Wall Station, which were analyzed according to the national standard for soil analysis. Soil samples were collected during 30th Antarctic expedition, and the work was supported by Chinese Polar Environment Comprehensive Investigation & Assessment Programmes “Background of the ecology and environment of the station”