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In Situ Dataset of Vegetation Community and Soil in Peatlands at Different Water Tables on Zoige Plateau (2018)

1 School of Life Science and Engineering,Southwest University of Science and Technology,Mianyang 621010,China


Published:Feb. 2023

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Key Words:

peatland,water table,vegetation community,soil sample,phenolic compounds,Zoige Plateau,


In August 2018, the authors investigated soil and vegetation of Riganqiao Wetland Nature Reserve in Hongyuan County on Zoige Plateau. Three peatlands with different water tables were selected for vegetation community investigation, and plant samples and peat soil samples (0-30 cm) of peatlands with different water tables were collected. Each sample point was repeated for 6 times, and a total of 54 samples were collected. Vegetation community structure, phenolic compounds and soil carbon of peatland at different water levels were obtained through field vegetation investigation and indoor experimental analysis. The dataset includes: (1) geolocation and mean water table of the sample sites; (2) vegetation community data including community height, coverage, total phenols of aboveground plant, total phenols of plant root, aboveground and underground biomass; (3) soil data including total soil carbon, dissolved organic carbon, total soil phenols, water-soluble phenols, monophenols, diphenols and terpenols. The dataset is archived in .shp and .xlsx data formats, and consists of 13 data files with data size of 18 KB (compressed into one file with 14.6 KB). The analysis paper was published at Acta Ecologica Sinica, Vol. 42, No. 2., 2022.

Foundation Item:

the national natural science foundation of China (42077038, 41671244)

Data Citation:

YANG Gang, ZENG Jia. In Situ Dataset of Vegetation Community and Soil in Peatlands at Different Water Tables on Zoige Plateau (2018)[J/DB/OL]. Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository, 2023.


[1] Zeng, J., Chen, H., Liu, J. L., et al. The decrease of peatland water table on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau caused the increase of soil phenolic substances and vegetation biomass which promoted the accumulation of soil carbon [J]. Acta Ecologica Sinica, 2022, 42(2): 625-634.
     [2] Kuiters, A. T, Denneman, C. A. J. Water-soluble phenolic substances in soils under several coniferous and deciduous tree species [J]. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 1987, 19(6): 765-769.

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ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 insitudata_Veg&Soil_Zoige.rar 14.65KB