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Research data . Dataset . 2021

Mg, O, and H isotope composition and Mg concentration of monthly precipitation of northwest Germany from 2014 to 2017

Riechelmann, Sylvia; Spötl, Christoph;
Open Access
English
Published: 01 Jan 2021
Publisher: PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
Abstract
The data set consists of magnesium (Mg), oxygen (O), and hydrogen (H) isotope signatures and Mg concentrations of monthly collected precipitation and daily snow samples. Samples were collected between December 2014 and June 2017 in the village of Gevelsberg (NW Germany, 51.32��N, 7.32��E) at 206 m above sea level. Rainwater was collected daily using a funnel connected to a 5 liter PET canister. The collected water was transferred into a second canister to store the monthly sample. Snow samples were separately collected on the days of snowfall in ca. 5 m distance to the rainwater collection site using 500 ml PET bottles. The full snow thickness was sampled using a small scoop. All collected monthly and daily snow samples were filtered using 0.45��m cellulose-acetate filters (Sartorius) and stored in a fridge. Subsequent analysis of rain and snow samples include Mg concentration analysis using an ICP-OES (iCAP 6500 DUO, Thermo Fisher Scientific) and Magnesium isotope composition analysis using an MC-ICP-MS Neptune (Thermo Fisher Scientific) at the Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. Oxygen and hydrogen isotope composition was determined using cavity ring-down spectrometry (L2140i, Picarro) at Innsbruck University, Austria.
Subjects

Mg concentration, Mg isotopes, oxygen and hydrogen isotopes, precipitation, rain, Rainwater, snow, Sample code/label, Sample type, DATE/TIME, ��18O, water, ��18O, water, standard deviation, �� Deuterium, water, �� Deuterium, water, standard deviation, Magnesium, Magnesium, standard deviation, ��26Mg, ��26Mg, standard deviation, Water sample, precipitation, Cavity ring-down spectrometry (L2140i, Picarro), ICP-OES (iCAP 6500 DUO, Thermo Fisher Scientific), MC-ICP-MS (Thermo Scientific, Neptune), Marine Karbonat-Archive: Kontrollierende Faktoren der Karbonat-F��llung und diagenetische Alterationspfade (CHARON), δ18O, water, δ18O, water, standard deviation, δ Deuterium, water, δ Deuterium, water, standard deviation, δ26Mg, δ26Mg, standard deviation, Marine Karbonat-Archive: Kontrollierende Faktoren der Karbonat-Fällung und diagenetische Alterationspfade (CHARON)

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