Hypoxic bottom waters as a carbon source to atmosphere during a typhoon passage over the East China Sea

Published: 8 September 2019| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/tzvrzy8fzy.2
Dewang Li, Jianfang Chen, Xiaobo Ni, Kui Wang, Dingyong Zeng, Bin Wang, Daji Huang, Wei-Jun Cai


The dataset includes a time series mooring record (3–20 July, 2015), collected in the East China Sea shelf (122.8°E, 30.6°N), and cruise results in the shelf . The mooring system recorded surface salinity, sea surface temperature, bottom temperature, surface pCO2, dissolved oxygen, Chl a, and wind speed. It shows the variations of pCO2 and other biogeochemical parameters during typhoon Chan-hom in the East China Sea shelf in 2015. The surface temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, and Chl a were obtained using Water Quality Monitor. The pCO2 data were collected using SAMI pCO2 (Sunburst sensor). The bottom temperature were measured using RBR. The wind speed data were collected using Young. The cruise results show Chl a profiles before and after typhoon Chan-hom in 2015 at mooring site, and bottom pCO2 in 2017 in the East China Sea shelf .