- 1 The PAGES GloSS database
- 1.1 Submit data
- 1.2 Data availability
- 1.3 Data providers / GloSS members involved
- 1.4 References
The PAGES GloSS database
The PAGES Global Soil and Sediment transfers in the Anthropocene (GloSS) working group aims to build a comprehensive global database on soil and sediment transfers in the Anthropocene, to identify hotspots of soil erosion and sediment deposition in response to human impacts, and locate data-poor regions as strategic foci for future work.
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Overview of Gauging station data
As of 08/18/2019, there are 48 gauging station records entered.
Overview Cosmogenic Radio Nuclide data
As of 08/18/2019, there are 125 cosmo records entered.
Overview Erosion data
As of 08/18/2019, there are 10 erosion records entered.
Overview Sedimentation data
As of 08/18/2019, there are 156 sedimentation records entered.
Overview Longterm sediment yield data
As of 08/18/2019, there are 26 long term yield records entered.
Overview All data
Data providers / GloSS members involved
Various authors (2017). A global soil and sediment transfers database for the Anthropocene, Past Global Changes Magazine 25(2): 125, DOI:10.22498/pages.25.2.125