Organochlorine pesticides and polichlorinated biphenyls concentrations in fresh snowfall or top layer of snow from Hornsund region, Svalbard, in the spring 2019 - Open Research Data - MOST Wiedzy

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Organochlorine pesticides and polichlorinated biphenyls concentrations in fresh snowfall or top layer of snow from Hornsund region, Svalbard, in the spring 2019

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The dataset contains concentration of organochlorine persistent organic pollutants in snow samples collected from top layer of snow, which corresponded to fresh snowfall in most cases (except DS location, where these are 20 cm top layer sampled weekly). All snow samples have been collected within one month during spring 2019, in the vicinity of the Polish Polar Station, Svalbard. Snow sample location names ending in .1, .2 and .3 are local replicates of the same sample, i.e. snow sampled according to the same protocol, samples taken within the spacing of 1-3 m from one another. Sample locations H, R, F and DS refer to: Hans glacier, Revdalen (valley), Fugleberget slope, and the Environmental hut of the Polish Polar Station, respectively. All concentrations are given in ng/L of melted snow (water), i.e. ng/kg snow. Compound names are given at the top of columns denoting concentrations, for which an average of 3 analytical replicates and a standard deviation of those replicates is reported.
The dataset is part of a project funded by SIOS (Svalbard Integrated Arctic Earth Observing System) Research Infrastructure Access Project 2018_0009 Sval-POPs: Spatial VAriabiLity: VALidation dataset on POPs concentrations in snow. The Polish Ministry for Science and Higher Education is thanked for the financial support to the SIOS programme, and the Polish Polar Station Hornsund crew from the 41st expedition of IG PAS, especially T. Biernacka and K. Ziemba, as well as A. Spolaor and C. Larose are acknowledged for valuable field assistance.

Dataset file

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License:
CC BY-NC
Non-commercial

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Year of publication:
2021
Verification date:
2021-09-28
Dataset language:
English
Fields of science:
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Earth and related environmental sciences (Natural sciences)
DOI:
DOI ID 10.34808/9pyd-ep91 open in new tab
Funding:
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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