Sediment Flux (SedFlux) with the Loss on Ignition (LOI) in Hansbukta and other regions in Hornsund Fjord in the 2008-2020 period.

Sediment Flux (SedFlux) with the Loss on Ignition (LOI) from sediment traps exposed for 12-24 hours in Hansbukta and other regions in Hornsund Fjord (Spitsbergen, Svalbard). The samples (1l) were filtered through Whatman GF/F 0.7 μm filters that had been previously dried for 2 h at 200°C and weighed. After filtering, the filters were rinsed with fresh water and were dried for 24 h at 40°C and weighed again to calculate the SPM. Subsequently, all filters were heated at 550°C for 3 h to calculate the LOI. Data file include information: date of exposed sediment traps, station name, geographical position, depth, calculate SedFlux (g/(m^2 per day)), and LOI (percentage).

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GCMD keywords
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  • name: EARTH SCIENCE","OCEANS","MARINE SEDIMENTS","PARTICLE FLUX",",",","676327f4-8354-4033-8081-9cab6651ac98
  • name: EARTH SCIENCE","OCEANS","MARINE SEDIMENTS","SEDIMENT COMPOSITION",",",","17008d04-394d-4de8-8834-dd0a3cd88093
  • name: EARTH SCIENCE","OCEANS","MARINE SEDIMENTS","SEDIMENT TRANSPORT",",",","bd55adac-4182-4441-91e2-163aa77e1320
  • name: EARTH SCIENCE","OCEANS","MARINE SEDIMENTS","SEDIMENTATION",",",","a4eb3bc4-48a5-4ed2-a74b-ca87a58e90f5
  • name: EARTH SCIENCE","OCEANS","MARINE SEDIMENTS",",",",","ce4b2c6e-3d69-4cf1-8416-c36e5f9b1b2c
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Maintainer Data Steward
Dataset PI
  • name: Mateusz Moskalik  PI: mmoskfoo(at)igf.edu.pl  PI ORCID: 0000-0002-0615-9528  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Science  PI Department: Polar and Marine Research
  • name: Oskar Głowacki  PI: oglowackifoo(at)igf.edu.pl  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Science  PI Department: Polar and Marine Research
  • name: Maciej Błaszkowski  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
  • name: Mariusz Czarnul  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
  • name: Łukasz Pawłowski  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
  • name: Michał Niedbalski  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
  • name: Kacper Wojtysiak  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
  • name: Joanna Ćwiąkała  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
  • name: Monika Staszek  PI Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences
Dataset Owner
  • Owner name: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Science  Owner PIC: 996625337  Owner Address: Księcia Janusza 64, 01-452 Warszawa, Poland
Licence Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
Dataset Status Complete
Activity Type
  • in-situ measurements
  • long-term monitoring
Access Constraint Registered users (automated approval)
Embargo 2021-03-11
Dataset Modified 2021-03-11
Version 1.0
Created 2021-03-11
Quality Statement Quality controlled by manual inspection
Quality Editor name: Bartłomiej Luks  editor email: luksfoo(at)igf.edu.pl  Editor Institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Science
Spatial Distribution { "coordinates": [ [ [ 14.24, 77.22 ], [ 16.83, 77.22 ], [ 16.83, 76.82 ], [ 14.24, 76.82 ], [ 14.24, 77.22 ] ] ], "type": "Polygon" }
Region Svalbard, Spitsbergen, Hornsund
Start time 2008-08-01 00:00 UTC
End time 2020-12-31 23:59 UTC
Dataset Citation Moskalik M., Głowacki O., Błaszkowski M., Czarnul M., Pawłowski Ł., Niedbalski M., Wojtysiak K., Ćwiąkała J., Staszek M. Sediment Flux (SedFlux) with the Loss on Ignition (LOI) in Hansbukta and other regions in Hornsund Fjord in the 2008-2020 period.
Dataset DOI https://doi.org/
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  • Project Title: Long-term OceaNoGraphic monitoring in HORnsuNd region (LONGHORN)  Project ID: RiS-ID 11029  Project Description: Long-term OceaNoGraphic monitoring in HORnsuNd region (LONGHORN) has been realized since 2015. It is a continuation of a previous project led by the Department of Polar and Marine Researchers Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences (DPMR IG PAS). This monitoring has been implemented to benefit scientific communities interested in processes which undergo in fjords, especially on the border between marine, glacial and coastal environment. Still a little is known about those processes, even though they are causally related to the observed climate change. However, the analysis of those processes is very problematic. Lack of long-term datasets from fjords with glaciers is one of the relevant problems. Data are typically obtained during research cruises or short-time measurement campaigns, usually performed in spring and summer. The location of the Stanislaw Siedlecki Polish Polar Station (PPS) in Hornsund gives an opportunity to establish long-term all-year oceanographic monitoring. In Hornsund, two sets of oceanographic and associated photographic monitoring are in progress. The first set of oceanographic monitoring is executed by PPS staff. It includes: measurements of temperature, salinity, turbidity, and dissolved oxygen in-depth profiles in stations covering the whole Hornsund; analyses of suspended sediment concentration and loss on ignition from water samples taken in-depth profiles in Hansbukta (forefield of Hansbreen); analyses of sediment flux and loss on ignition from sediment traps deployed in Hansbukta (forefield of Hansbreen). The second set of oceanographic monitoring is realized via autonomous underwater buoys set up by DPMR IG PAS researchers. It includes: - temperature and salinity all-year registration in a selected location in Hornsund; wave and tide all-year registration in a selected location in Hornsund; - ambient noise acoustic all-year registration in Hansbukta (forefield of Hansbreen). Autonomous photographic monitoring is realized via cameras localized on Ariekammen, Fugleberget, Fannytoppen, Baranowskiodden, and Fuglebergsletta. They are used in the analysis of sea state and ice conditions in Isbjornhamna and Hansbukta.  Project Homepage: https://www.researchinsvalbard.no/project/7620  Project financing institution: Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Science