Arctic Research Directory

ID-199 :   Precipitation water sampling for isotope analysis

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Precipitation water sampling for isotope analysis

Science Summary (common)

This fieldwork aims to examine the impact of the changing sea ice on the terrestrial water cycle based on the field observation. We focus on the usefulness of stable water isotope to backtrack the source area of precipitation water. For the sampling of precipitation water, an isotope observational network has installed on ocean, land, and atmosphere of the Arctic.
- Individual Project Information 1/5 Research/Observation Period 2016-08-30 〜 2016-10-04

Science Summary

This is stable water isotope rates of daily precipitation samapled at the Arctuc cruist by R/V MIRAI in 2016.

Funding Information Other Funding Details

JAMSTEC

Discipline(s)

Atmospheric Science, Hydrology, Meteorology and Climate

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameHotaek ParkAffiliationJAMSTECCountryJapanEmailpark@jamstec.go.jp

Research/Observation Methods

R/V MIRAI Arctic cruise (MR16-06)

Research/Observation Period

2016-08-30 〜 2016-10-04

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site:

Research/Observation Area

N: 73.300000, S: 49.080000, W: -153.120000 E: 164.380000,
- Individual Project Information 2/5 Research/Observation Period 2017-09-01 〜 2017-09-30

Science Summary

This is stable water isotope rates of daily precipitation samapled at the Arctuc cruist by R/V MIRAI in 2017.

Funding Information Other Funding Details

JAMSTEC

Discipline(s)

Atmospheric Science, Hydrology, Meteorology and Climate

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameHotaek ParkAffiliationJAMSTECCountryJapanEmailpark@jamstec.go.jp

Research/Observation Methods

R/V MIRAI Arctic cruise (MR17-05C)

Research/Observation Period

2017-09-01 〜 2017-09-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site:

Research/Observation Area

N: 75.000000, S: 40.600000, W: -171.300000 E: 141.600000,
- Individual Project Information 3/5 Research/Observation Period 2017-09-14 〜 2017-10-02

Science Summary

These data are stable water isotope rates of precipitation samples obtained at the Beaufort Sea in 2017 cruise by St. Laurent.

Funding Information Other Funding Details

JAMSTEC

Discipline(s)

Atmospheric Science, Hydrology, Meteorology and Climate

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameHotaek ParkAffiliationJAMSTECCountryJapanEmailpark@jamstec.go.jp

Research/Observation Period

2017-09-14 〜 2017-10-02

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site:

Research/Observation Area

N: 80.540000, S: 67.540000, W: -150.550000 E: -114.520000,
- Individual Project Information 4/5 Research/Observation Period 2018-07-02 〜 2020-03-31

Science Summary

Cambridge Bay is a suitable site to catch, at earlier stages, signals of water sourced from the Beaufort Sea inflowing to the northern terrestrial regions.

Funding Information Other Funding Details

ArCS Theme 4 : Observational research on Arctic Ocean environmental changes

Discipline(s)

Atmospheric Science, Hydrology, Meteorology and Climate

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameHotaek ParkAffiliationJAMSTECCountryJapanEmailpark@jamstec.go.jp

Research/Observation Period

2018-07-02 〜 2020-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: CHARS Latitude [degree]: 69.121111 Longitude [degree]: -105.041667

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 5/5 Research/Observation Period 2018-10-05 〜 2020-03-31

Discipline(s)

Atmospheric Science, Hydrology, Meteorology and Climate

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameHotaek ParkAffiliationJAMSTECCountryJapanEmailpark@jamstec.go.jp

Research/Observation Period

2018-10-05 〜 2020-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Ice Base Cape Baranova Latitude [degree]: 79.298340 Longitude [degree]: 101.633250

Data Information

Data Registration
11:48 on Fri June 1, 2018
Last Update
13:59 on Thu January 16, 2020