GERM Reservoir Database
Development and Maintenance by the EarthRef.org Database Team

GERM Database Search Results        
Reservoir Z Element Value Median SD Low High N Unit Info Reference Source(s)
Atmosphere   10Be 260             Global inventory of 10Be isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   124Xe 2.337   0.008         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   126Xe 2.18   0.011         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   128Xe 47.15   0.07         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   129Xe 649.6   0.9         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   12C 1             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   130Xe 100             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   131Xe 521.3   0.8         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   132Xe 660.7   0.5         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   134Xe 256.3   0.4         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   136Xe 217.6   0.3         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   13C 0.0113             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   14C 75             Global inventory of 14C isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   14N 0.0037             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   15N 1             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   1H 1             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   20Ne 9.8   0.08         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   20Ne/22Ne 9.8             Helium, Neodymium and Argon Isotopic compositions in the Solar System as first given by McDougall and Honda 1998. Hilton & Porcelli 2004 McDougall & Honda 1998
Atmosphere   21Ne 0.029   0.0003         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   21Ne/22Ne 0.029             Helium, Neodymium and Argon Isotopic compositions in the Solar System as first given by McDougall and Honda 1998. Hilton & Porcelli 2004 McDougall & Honda 1998
Atmosphere   22Na 1.9             Global inventory of 22Na isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   22Ne 1             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   26Al 1.1             Global inventory of 26Al isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   2H 0.0002             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   31Kr 8.5             Global inventory of 31Kr isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons.  Based on atmospheric 31Kr/Kr ratio of (5.2 ¿ 0.4)x10^-13. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   32P 0.4             Global inventory of 32P isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   32Si 0.3             Global inventory of 32Si isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   33P 0.6             Global inventory of 33P isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   36Ar 1             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   36Cl 15             Global inventory of 36Cl isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons.  Includes a rough estimate of 36Cl produced by the capture of neutrons at the Earth's surface. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   36S 4.5             Global inventory of 36S isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   37Ar 1.1             Global inventory of 37Ar isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   38Ar 0.188   0.0004         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   38Ar/36Ar 0.188             Helium, Neodymium and Argon Isotopic compositions in the Solar System as first given by McDougall and Honda 1998. Hilton & Porcelli 2004 McDougall & Honda 1998
Atmosphere   39Ar 52             Global inventory of 39Ar isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons.  Based on atmospheric 39Ar/Ar ratio of (0.107 ¿ 0.004) dpm/l, Ar(STP). Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   3H 3.5             Global inventory of 3H isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   3He 3200             Global inventory of 3He isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons.  The inventory of this stable nuclide is based on its atmospheric inventory, which includes an appreciable contribution from crustal degassing of 3He. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   3He 1.399e-06   1.3e-08         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   3He/4He 1.4             Helium, Neodymium and Argon Isotopic compositions in the Solar System as first given by McDougall and Honda 1998. Hilton & Porcelli 2004 McDougall & Honda 1998
Atmosphere   40Ar 295.5   0.5         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   40Ar/36Ar 295.5             Helium, Neodymium and Argon Isotopic compositions in the Solar System as first given by McDougall and Honda 1998. Hilton & Porcelli 2004 McDougall & Honda 1998
Atmosphere   4He 1             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   78Kr 0.6087   0.002         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   7Be 3.2             Global inventory of 7Be isotope in the Earth's atmosphere as measured in either grams, kilograms or tons. Turekian & Graustein 2004 Lal & Peters 1967
Atmosphere   80Kr 3.9599   0.002         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   82Kr 20.217   0.004         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   83Kr 20.136   0.021         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   84Kr 100             Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere   86Kr 30.524   0.025         Isotopic compositions of Earth Atmosphere as given in relative abundances of noble-gas and major volatiles. Porcelli & Turekian 2014 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Porcelli et al. 2002
Atmosphere 18 Ar 1650000000000000000             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2006 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Atmosphere 18 Ar 0.934             Mole fraction of Ar: Argon gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 5 B 2.5e-10             Molar abundances of Boron in the atmosphere as given by Spivack 1986.  Smith et al. 1995 Spivack 1986
Atmosphere 6 C       0.1 1   ppb Mole fraction of CH2O: Formaldehyde gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 6 C 55700000000000000             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2007 Keeling & Whorf 2000
Atmosphere 6 C 265           ppt Mole fraction of CFCl3: Chlorofluorocarbon 11 gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 6 C 65           ppt Mole fraction of CH3CCl3: Methylchloroform gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 6 C 540           ppt Mole fraction of CF2Cl2: Chlorofluorocarbon 12 gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 6 C 360           ppm Mole fraction of CO2: Carbon dioxide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 6 C 1.7           ppm Mole fraction of CH4: Methane gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 6 C       5 20   ppb Mole fraction of CxHy: NMHC gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 17 Cl 98           ppt Mole fraction of CCl4: Carbon tetrachloride gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 27 Co       50 200   ppb Mole fraction of CO: Carbon monoxide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 1 H 0.05           ppt Mole fraction of OH: Hydroxyl radical gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 1 H 0.55           ppm Mole fraction of H2: Hydrogen gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 1 H 2           ppt Mole fraction of HO2: Hydroperoxyl radical gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 2 He 926000000000000             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2009 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Atmosphere 2 He 5.24           ppm Mole fraction of He: Helium gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 36 Kr 202000000000000             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2010 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Atmosphere 7 N       0.001 10000   ppm Mole fraction of NH3: Ammonia gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 7 N       1 10000   ppm Mole fraction of NOx: Nitrogen oxides gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 7 N 2.76e+20             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2004 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Atmosphere 7 N 78.084             Mole fraction of N2: Nitrogen gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 7 N 0.31           ppm Mole fraction of N2O: Nitrous oxide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 10 Ne 18.18           ppm Mole fraction of Ne: Neon gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 10 Ne 3210000000000000             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2008 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Atmosphere 8 O 3.7e+19             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2005 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Atmosphere 8 O       0.5 10   ppm Mole fraction of O3: Ozone (stratosphere) gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 8 O       10 500   ppb Mole fraction of O3: Ozone (troposphere) gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 8 O 20.948             Mole fraction of O2: Oxygen gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 16 S       5 500   ppt Mole fraction of H2S: Hydrogen sulfide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 16 S       0.1 10   ppb Mole fraction of H2O2: Hydrogen peroxide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 16 S 500           ppt Mole fraction of OCS: Carbonyl sulfide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 16 S       1 300   ppt Mole fraction of CS2: Carbon disulfide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 16 S       10 100   ppt Mole fraction of CH3SCH3: Dimethyl sulfide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 16 S       0.001 10000   ppm Mole fraction of SO2: Sulfur dioxide gas in dry air. Major sources for these gases in the atmosphere range from biological sources to antropogenic. Prinn 2004 Brasseur et al. 1999
Prinn et al. 2000
Atmosphere 54 Xe 15400000000000             Global inventory for atmospheric volatiles as measured in moles. Based on dry tropospheric air. Porcelli & Turekian 2011 Ozima & Podosek 2001
Click to return to previous page