Vegetation dynamics and geocryological conditions of the West Siberian Arctic, Russia
This data set includes soil temperature and ground temperature in 10 m boreholes, and active layer thickness, at 30 stations in both natural and disturbed conditions near gas pipelines, measured each September. The stations were also monitored yearly in July-August, and ecological parameters such as species composition, plant abundance, mean height of plants, and projection coverage were measured. A digital landscape map (scale 1 to 5000) was compiled for Nadym station. These data were collected at Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring (CALM) Program Network Site ID R1.
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Natalia Moskalenko. 2004. Vegetation dynamics and geocryological conditions of the West Siberian Arctic, Russia. [indicate subset used]. Boulder, Colorado USA: National Snow and Ice Data Center.