Data Set Citation:
When using this data, please cite the data package:
Shibata H.
Atmospheric deposition chemistry, Tomakomai Experimental Forest, 1990
JaLTER-toef-04.4.1 (http://db.cger.nies.go.jp/JaLTER/metacat/metacat/JaLTER-toef-04.4.1/jalter-en)
General Information:
Title:Atmospheric deposition chemistry, Tomakomai Experimental Forest, 1990
Identifier:JaLTER-toef-04.4.1
Abstract:
Inorganic chemistry of bulk deposition, throughfall and stemflow in TOEF, Japan. The data are published in Shibata, H., and T. Sakuma (1994) Acid Deposition at Forest Regions in North-Western Part of Tomakomai, Jpn. J. Soil Sci. Plant Nutr., 65: 313-320. (in Japanese with English Summary); Shibata. H., Satoh, F., Tanaka, Y. and Sakuma, T. (1995) The role of organic horizons and canopy to modify the chemistry of acidic deposition in some forest ecosystems. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 85: 1119-1124.; Shibata, H. and T. Sakuma (1996) Canopy Modification of Precipitation Chemistry in Deciduous and Coniferous Forests Affected by Acidic Deposition. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 42: 1-10.; Shibata, H., M. Kirikae, Y. Tanaka, T. Sakuma and R. Hatano (1998) Proton Budgets of Forest Ecosystems on Volcanogenous Regosols in Hokkaido, northern Japan, Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 105: 63-72.; Shibata, H., F. Satoh, K. Sasa, M. Ozawa, N. Usui, O. Nagata. Y. Hayakawa and R. Hatano (2001) Importance of Internal Proton Production for the Proton Budget in Japanese Forested Ecosystems. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 130: 685-690.
Keywords:
  • Acid rain
  • Canopy interaction
  • Nutrient cycling
  • Biogeochemistry
Data Table, Image, and Other Data Details:
Metadata download: Ecological Metadata Language (EML) File
Data Table:1990_TOEF_Deposition_Chem.csv ( View Metadata | Download File download)

Involved Parties

Data Set Owners:
Individual: Hideaki Shibata
Organization:Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University
Email Address:
shiba@fsc.hokudai.ac.jp
Web Address:
http://forest.fsc.hokudai.ac.jp/~member/hs/
Data Set Contacts:
Individual: Hideaki Shibata
Organization:Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University
Email Address:
shiba@fsc.hokudai.ac.jp
Web Address:
http://forest.fsc.hokudai.ac.jp/~member/hs/

Data Set Characteristics

Geographic Region:
Geographic Description:Tomakomai Experimental Forest (TOEF)
Bounding Coordinates:
West:  141.6  degrees
East:  141.6  degrees
North:  42.717  degrees
South:  42.717  degrees
Time Period:
Begin:
1990-05-01
End:
1990-12-31

Sampling, Processing and Quality Control Methods

Step by Step Procedures
Step 1:
Description:

Bulk deposition

Collectied with rain gutter (0.12 x 3.6 m) at open site.

Sampled at rain event basis.

Sample ID is 1 and 11.

Step 2:
Description:

Throughfall

Collected with rain gutter (0.12 x 3.6 m) under forest canopy

Four replications in each stand

Sampled at rain event basis

Sample ID 2, 3, 4 and 5 were observed in deciduous broad-leaved forest (Df-site)

Sample ID 12, 13, 14 and 15 were pbserved in coniferous evergreen forest (Cf-site)

Step 3:
Description:

Stemflow

Collected using PVC tube rolled obliquely around trunk.

Sampled at rain event basis.

Sample ID 6 was observed at Quercus crispula.

Sample ID 16 was observed at Pinus koraiensis

Step 4:
Description:

pH

Measured with pH grass electrode

Step 5:
Description:

EC

Measured with EC electrode

Step 6:
Description:

Ca, Mg, K and Na

Measured with atomic absorption spectrophotometers

Step 7:
Description:

Cl, NO3, PO4 and SO4

Measured with ion chromatography

Step 8:
Description:

Alkalinity

Measured using titration method (4.3 BX)

Step 9:
Description:

Ammonium

Measured with indophenol blue absorptiometry

Step 10:
Description:

Silicate

Measured with molybdenum blue absorptiometry

Data Set Usage Rights

Access Control:
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Metadata download: Ecological Metadata Language (EML) File