Stable oxygen isotope in daily precipitation and corresponding amount at Lulang and Nuxia in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau and Guangzhou in Southeast China(2007-2014)

The data set includes stable oxygen isotope in daily precipitation and corresponding amount at Lulang and Nuxia in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau and Guangzhou in Southeast China.

Stable oxygen isotope, daily precipitation, Lulang, Nuxia, Guangzhou
:Xiaoxin Yang :Building 3, Courtyard 16, Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, China
:xxy@itpcas.ac.cn

Data content: The data set includes stable oxygen isotope in daily precipitation and corresponding amount at Lulang and Nuxia in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau and Guangzhou in Southeast China.

Data source: National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant 41571074)

Purpose: To study the Asian summer monsoon variation from stable isotopes in precipitation

Time range: 2007-2014

Spatial range: 

Lulang, longitude: 94.73°E, latitude: 29.77°N, altitude:3330 m

Guangzhou, longitude: 113.32°E, latitude: 23.13°N, altitude: 7 m

Nuxia, longitude: 94.65°E, latitude: 29.47°N, altitude: 2920 m

Data format: Text

Subject: Geoscience

d18O,stable oxygen isotope ratio, unit: ‰

P,precipitation amount, unit: cm
 
The precision for precipitation amount is±0.1 cm, and that for
d18O is ±0.10 ‰.
 

Precipitation amount at Lulang is calculated from AWS based on manual record of the start and finish time of each event, while that at Guangzhou and Nuxia are based on ground observations at respective meteorological and hydrological station. 

 

Study of ENSO influence on moisture supplies to the northern and southern Third Pole from stable isotopes in precipitation and ice cores (Grant 41571074)

PI:Xiaoxin Yang

Affiliation: Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, CAS

Funding source: NSFC

Please refer to:

Yang, X, Mary E. Davis, Sunil Acharya, Tandong Yao. Asian Monsoon variations revealed from stable isotopes in precipitation. Climate Dynamics, 2017, doi:10.1007/s00382-017-4011-4.

   

 [1]Yang, X, Mary E. Davis, Sunil Acharya, Tandong Yao. Asian Monsoon variations revealed from stable isotopes in precipitation. Climate Dynamics, 2017, doi:10.1007/s00382-017-4011-4.

[2]Yang, X,Tandong Yao,Wulin Yang, Baiqing Xu,You He and Dongmei Qu. Isotopic signal of earlier summer monsoon onset in the Bay of Bengal, 2012. Journal of Climate, 25(7), 2509-2516

Data should be used for academic research. Users are suggested to refer to the following information:

1. Yang, X, Mary E. Davis, Sunil Acharya, Tandong Yao. Asian Monsoon variations revealed from stable isotopes in precipitation,2017. Climate Dynamics, doi:10.1007/s00382-017-4011-4.

2. Yang, X,Tandong Yao,Wulin Yang, Wusheng Yu, Dongmei Qu. Isotopic signal of earlier summer monsoon onset in the Bay of Bengal, 2012. Journal of Climate, 25(7), 2509-2516

 

Contact: Xiaoxin Yang

Email: xxy@itpcas.ac.cn

Tel:010-84097123

 

DOI: 10.11888/AtmosPhys.tpe.249477.db
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Stable oxygen isotope in daily precipitation and corresponding amount