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Treat, Claire C; Jones, Miriam C; Camill, Philip; Gallego-Sala, Angela V; Garneau, Michelle; Harden, Jennifer W; Hugelius, Gustaf; Klein, Eric S; Kokfelt, Ulla; Kuhry, Peter; Loisel, Julie; Mathijssen, Paul J H; O'Donnell, Jonathan A; Oksanen, Pirita O; Ronkainen, Tiina M; Sannel, A Britta K; Talbot, Julie; Tarnocai, Charles; Väliranta, Minna (2016): (Table S1) Site locations of cores and descriptions. PANGAEA,, In supplement to: Treat, CC et al. (2016): Effects of permafrost aggradation on peat properties as determined from a pan-Arctic synthesis of plant macrofossils. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 121(1), 78-94,

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Median Latitude: 61.840524 * Median Longitude: -131.455340 * South-bound Latitude: 47.680000 * West-bound Longitude: 19.050000 * North-bound Latitude: 82.200000 * East-bound Longitude: -62.350000
Minimum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 0.195 m * Maximum DEPTH, sediment/rock: 7.350 m
Aero_1 (Aero_core1) * Latitude: 54.100000 * Longitude: -72.520000 * Elevation: 162.0 m * Recovery: 110 cm * Location: Canada * Method/Device: Peat corer (PEATC) * Comment: Details peat core Aero core1 : Coring year: 2005 ; peatland type: fen ; basal age depth: 109.5 cm; basal age: 4790 uncalib.; basal age: 5485 calBP; n dates: 14 ; Core microtopography: string ; carbon rate site: Y3 ; peat properties site: Y ; peat properties sample size: 1 cm^3
Antoine_Lake * Latitude: 61.730000 * Longitude: -121.750000 * Elevation: 190.0 m
Baillie_Bog * Latitude: 64.710000 * Longitude: -105.580000 * Elevation: 300.0 m
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethod/DeviceComment
1Event labelEventTreat, Claire C
2SiteSiteTreat, Claire C
3CoreCoreTreat, Claire C
4LATITUDELatitudeTreat, Claire CGeocode
5LONGITUDELongitudeTreat, Claire CGeocode
6Height above sea floor/altitudeHeight above sea floormTreat, Claire C
7DEPTH, sediment/rockDepthmTreat, Claire CGeocode – basal depth
8AGEAgeka BPTreat, Claire CGeocode – basal age 14C
9Age, errorAge e±Treat, Claire C
10Age, upper confidence levelAge UCLa AD/CETreat, Claire Cmin age 95 % CI
11Age, lower confidence levelAge LCLa AD/CETreat, Claire Cmax age 95 % CI
12Age modelAge modelkaTreat, Claire CMedian
13Laboratory code/labelLab labelTreat, Claire C
14Numbern#Treat, Claire CNumber of dates
15AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire CBulk density
16AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire C% OM
17AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire C% C
18AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire C% N
19AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire CC:N
20AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire CCacc_noQC
21AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire CCaccumulation (1/kya)
22AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire CPeat Type
23AnalysisAnalysisTreat, Claire CEcosystem Type
24Reference/sourceReferenceTreat, Claire C
25IdentificationIDTreat, Claire CReference number
26IdentificationIDTreat, Claire CAuth-Site-CoreID
27CommentCommentTreat, Claire Cx = in Loisel et al., 2014
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