To understand water and energy cycle in Siberia, An intensive field campaign was carried out at a small watershed on the watershed-divide of the Lena and Amur rivers in the southern mountainous region. Both the catchment scale hydrological observation including time and spatial distribution of thawing depth and soil moisture and the observation of water and heat exchanges between land surface and atmosphere on several surface conditions within the watershed, including snow processes, were carried out from August 2000 to June 2002.
1) Data format
ASCII Text files
2) Spatial coverage & resolution
Longitude:124.88E, Latitude:55.60N, Elevation:610m a.s.l.
3) Temporal covergage & resolution
1 April 2000 - 30 June 2002, 10 min. interval
4) File size (total)
References & related publication
- Suzuki K., J. Kubbota, T. Ohata, and V. Vuglinsky (2006) Influence of snow ablation and frozen ground on spring runoff generation in the Mogot Experimental Watershed, southern mountainous taiga of eastern Siberia. Nordic Hydrology 37, 21-29.