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Title: The LAKE model input dataset for three Arctic lakes

Abstract

This dataset contains meteorological data collected for three Arctic lakes and compiled to satisfy input requirements of the LAKE 2.0 model. The dataset was generated to act as a benchmarking dataset for future model-data inter-comparisons. The LAKE 2.0 model simulates temperatures within the water later and the sedimentary layer of a lake. The LAKE2.0. is an open-source code and available to download via this weblike http://tesla.parallel.ru/Viktor/LAKE/-/wikis/LAKE-model (last visit July 14, 2021). The meteorological data are required to simulate the surface energy balance at the surface of a lake. This dataset includes a compilation of the meteorological data pulled from multiple data streams, including National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) climate data, Circumarctic Lakes Observation Network (CALON) data, and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) data. The data were compiled for three Arctic lakes: FoxDen (66.55877, -164.45670), Atqasuk (70.452497, -156.951984), and Toolik (68.63150, -149.60740). Each meteorological data is in comma-delimited format (file extension ‘.dat’) and includes eight columns: Temperature [K], Pressure [Pa], longwave downward radiation [W/m2], shortwave downward radiation [W/m2], “U” wind speed [m/s], ”V” wind speed [m/s], humidity [kg/kg], precipitation [m/s]. In addition to the meteorological data file, we included setup and driver files. The Toolik lake is the deepestmore » out of three lakes and has inflowing and outflowing groundwater data. InflowOutflowREADME.txt has more information about inflow and outflow flies. The other two lakes are much shallower and modeled as a closed system (i.e. no water inflow or outflow).« less

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  1. Los Alamos National Laboratory
  2. University of Alaska Fairbanks
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  1. Los Alamos National Laboratory
  2. University of Alaska Fairbanks
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Research Org.:
Environmental System Science Data Infrastructure for a Virtual Ecosystem (ESS-DIVE) (United States); Interdisciplinary Research for Arctic Coastal Environments (InteRFACE)
Sponsoring Org.:
U.S. DOE > Office of Science > Biological and Environmental Research (BER)
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Keywords:
EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC WINDS; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > PRECIPITATION; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE > ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC TEMPERATURE > SURFACE TEMPERATURE; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > ATMOSPHERIC WINDS > LOCAL WINDS; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE > PRECIPITATION > PRECIPITATION AMOUNT; EARTH SCIENCE > ATMOSPHERE >
Geolocation:
66.55877,-156.951984|70.452497,-156.951984|70.452497,-164.4567|66.55877,-164.4567|66.55877,-156.951984
OSTI Identifier:
1808368
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.15485/1808368
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JAFAROV, ELCHIN, Clark, Jason, Piliouras, Anastasia, Tape, Ken, Jones, Benjamin, Rowland, Joel, Jafarov, Elchin, Clark, Jason, and Jones, Benjamen. The LAKE model input dataset for three Arctic lakes. United States: N. p., 2021. Web. doi:10.15485/1808368.
JAFAROV, ELCHIN, Clark, Jason, Piliouras, Anastasia, Tape, Ken, Jones, Benjamin, Rowland, Joel, Jafarov, Elchin, Clark, Jason, & Jones, Benjamen. The LAKE model input dataset for three Arctic lakes. United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.15485/1808368
JAFAROV, ELCHIN, Clark, Jason, Piliouras, Anastasia, Tape, Ken, Jones, Benjamin, Rowland, Joel, Jafarov, Elchin, Clark, Jason, and Jones, Benjamen. 2021. "The LAKE model input dataset for three Arctic lakes". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.15485/1808368. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1808368. Pub date:Wed Jan 06 00:00:00 EST 2021
@article{osti_1808368,
title = {The LAKE model input dataset for three Arctic lakes},
author = {JAFAROV, ELCHIN and Clark, Jason and Piliouras, Anastasia and Tape, Ken and Jones, Benjamin and Rowland, Joel and Jafarov, Elchin and Clark, Jason and Jones, Benjamen},
abstractNote = {This dataset contains meteorological data collected for three Arctic lakes and compiled to satisfy input requirements of the LAKE 2.0 model. The dataset was generated to act as a benchmarking dataset for future model-data inter-comparisons. The LAKE 2.0 model simulates temperatures within the water later and the sedimentary layer of a lake. The LAKE2.0. is an open-source code and available to download via this weblike http://tesla.parallel.ru/Viktor/LAKE/-/wikis/LAKE-model (last visit July 14, 2021). The meteorological data are required to simulate the surface energy balance at the surface of a lake. This dataset includes a compilation of the meteorological data pulled from multiple data streams, including National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) climate data, Circumarctic Lakes Observation Network (CALON) data, and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) data. The data were compiled for three Arctic lakes: FoxDen (66.55877, -164.45670), Atqasuk (70.452497, -156.951984), and Toolik (68.63150, -149.60740). Each meteorological data is in comma-delimited format (file extension ‘.dat’) and includes eight columns: Temperature [K], Pressure [Pa], longwave downward radiation [W/m2], shortwave downward radiation [W/m2], “U” wind speed [m/s], ”V” wind speed [m/s], humidity [kg/kg], precipitation [m/s]. In addition to the meteorological data file, we included setup and driver files. The Toolik lake is the deepest out of three lakes and has inflowing and outflowing groundwater data. InflowOutflowREADME.txt has more information about inflow and outflow flies. The other two lakes are much shallower and modeled as a closed system (i.e. no water inflow or outflow).},
doi = {10.15485/1808368},
journal = {},
number = ,
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place = {United States},
year = {2021},
month = {1}
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