China's Waliguan atmospheric background reference Observatory was founded in 1994. It is located in the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, 100 ° 54'e east longitude, 36 ° 17'n north latitude, and 3810 meters above sea level. It is the highest atmospheric background reference station in the world and the first atmospheric background reference station in the hinterland of the continent in the world. Its establishment fills the gap of the global atmospheric monitoring network (GAW) in the Eurasian continent. The Waliguan atmospheric background reference Observatory is jointly invested and constructed by the Chinese government and the global environment facility, and operated and managed by the China Meteorological Administration. Based on the monitoring of greenhouse gases and atmospheric ozone, the integrated atmospheric background benchmark monitoring has been widely used because carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen are the most common elements in organic compounds and living organisms, so it is more convenient to use non radioactive 13C as tracer atom to study organic chemical and biochemical reactions. This data set includes the observation data of the global atmospheric background Observatory in Waliguan, China. It is the data set of daily mean value of online observation of carbon dioxide in Waliguan from 1994 to 2014.
|collect time||1994/01/01 - 2014/12/31|
|collect place||Atmospheric background reference observatory at Waliguan, Qinghai Tibet Plateau, China|
|altitude||3816.0m - Nonem|
|data size||187.5 kB|
Waliguan atmospheric background reference Observatory is jointly invested and constructed by the Chinese government and the global environment facility, and operated and managed by the China Meteorological Administration.
Raw data, unprocessed.
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