Ecosystem productivity data of Qinghai Tibet Plateau under CO2 enrichment scenario during 2018-2019

Ecosystem productivity data of Qinghai Tibet Plateau under CO2 enrichment scenario during 2018-2019


The feedback of the biosphere to the atmosphere is one of the core contents of global change research. When the atmospheric CO2 concentration rises, the behavior of the terrestrial ecosystem is the main uncertainty factor to predict this feedback effect. Elevated CO2 concentration (eCO2) can directly stimulate plant growth and ecosystem C absorption by increasing carboxylation and inhibiting photorespiration rate. Through the impact of CO2 fertilization effect (CFE) on photosynthesis and carbon sequestration, the terrestrial ecosystem can buffer the surge of atmospheric CO2 concentration, thereby slowing down climate change. In order to study the impact of CO2 enrichment on vegetation productivity, CO2 enrichment experiments were conducted at Naqu Grassland Station (31 ° 38 ′ 31 ″ N, 92 ° 00 ′ 54 ″ E, 4600m above sea level) in the north of the Qinghai Tibet Plateau. The test is designed in zones, with CO2 as the main treatment factor and N as the secondary treatment factor; A total of four experimental treatments span two CO2 concentration levels [ambient CO2 (aCO2), increased CO2 (eCO2):+100ppm]. Considering the low vegetation height and windy weather in the study area, octagonal open top chambers (OTCs) are used to control the carbon dioxide concentration, rather than the free FACE system. The design height of OTC is 2.5 meters, the length of each side is 1.5 meters, and each OTC occupies 7.7 square meters.


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The data is stored in excel format, including the net ecosystem carbon exchange (NEE) and diurnal respiration (ER) data observed in the enrichment experiment during the growth season of Naqu Station in 2018-2019


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Zhang, Y. (2022). Ecosystem productivity data of Qinghai Tibet Plateau under CO2 enrichment scenario during 2018-2019. A Big Earth Data Platform for Three Poles, DOI: 10.11888/Terre.tpdc.272866. CSTR: 18406.11.Terre.tpdc.272866. (Download the reference: RIS | Bibtex )

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East: 92.01 West: 92.01
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