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Saint Louis River Estuary Water Chemistry, Wisconsin, Minnesota, USA 2012 - 2013

Luke Loken, Gaston Small, Jacques Finlay, Robert Sterner, Elizabeth Runde, Sandra Brovold & Emily Stanley

Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: Daily Precipitation Standard Rain Gage Measurements, 1956 - present

Northern Research Station USDA Forest Service
Precipitation has been measured using rain gauges located in or around each watershed since 1956. Three types of rain gauges have been used: standard, mechanical weight recording, and electronic weight recording. Between 1956 and 2014, precipitation was measured weekly at standard gages located at 24 stations in or near gaged watersheds and at the headquarters building. Weight-recording gages were located at 7 of the 24 stations and capture a continuous strip-chart record. Weekly totals were...

Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: Total Daily Precipitation by Watershed, 1956 - present

Northern Research Station USDA Forest Service
From 1956 to 2014, watershed precipitation was estimated using the Thiessen Means weighting method. Daily watershed precipitation values were a weighted average of daily precipitation from standard gages in or near the watershed. The weighting factor for each gage was the fraction of the watershed area nearest that gage. Beginning in 2015, a similar system was implemented using the 10 remaining rain gauges, however Inverse Distance Weighting was used to estimate the weighting of each...

Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: Flux Tower Data

Eric Kelsey, Mark B Green & Daniel Evans
Data collected from the Hubbard Brook Flux Tower starting in August 2016 that is also uploaded to the Ameriflux website under site name US-HBK. These data are from a suite of sensors installed on the 110 ft. tower and in the soil adjacent to the tower. Flux data are collected at 10 Hz and are processed into 30-minute time steps using Licor’s Eddy Pro software. Supporting micro-meteorological data are averaged at 30 minute intervals and...

Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest: Flux Tower Data

Eric Kelsey, Mark B Green & Daniel Evans
Data collected from the Hubbard Brook Flux Tower starting in August 2016 that is also uploaded to the Ameriflux website under site name US-HBK. These data are from a suite of sensors installed on the 110 ft. tower and in the soil adjacent to the tower. Flux data are collected at 10 Hz and are processed into 30-minute time steps using Licor’s Eddy Pro software. Supporting micro-meteorological data are averaged at 30 minute intervals and...

Nitrate concentrations and 18O signal of Streamwater at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, Watershed 6 2008

Susana Bernal, Lars Hedin, Gene E. Likens, Stefan Gerber & Don Buso
This data set includes streamwater analysis of 18 Oxygen isotopes in nitrate in daily samples from watershed 6 during the spring of 2008. These data were gathered as part of the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study (HBES). The HBES is a collaborative effort at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, which is operated and maintained by the USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station.

Long-term Climate data from the SINERR/GCE/UGAMI weather station at Marsh Landing on Sapelo Island, Georgia, from 03-Jan-2003 to 31-Dec-2017

Georgia Coastal Ecosystems LTER Project & Daniela Di Iorio
Air temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, precipitation, photosynthetically-available and total solar radiation, and wind speed and direction were measured using an automated Campbell Scientific Instruments climate station installed at Marsh Landing on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Observations were logged at 15 minute intervals throughout the study period. The sensors were mounted on a 10m aluminum tower, with wind sensors mounted at the top, light sensors at approximately 5m, and other sensors at 2-3m to minimize interference...

North Temperate Lakes site, station Lake Monona, study of animal abundance of Ameiurus nebulosus in units of numberPerEffort on a yearly timescale

North Temperate Lakes, NTL LTER Lead PI, North Temperate Lake LTER, Lead Principal Investigator, EcoTrends Project & EcoTrends Project Coordinator

MCR LTER: Coral Reef: Benthic Water Temperature, ongoing since 2005

Moorea Coral Reef LTER, James Leichter, Keith Seydel & Chris Gotschalk
A continuous time series of water temperature is measured with bottom-mounted thermistors at six sites around the shores of Moorea, on the fringing reef, backreef, and forereef. The forereef temperature is recorded at 10, 20, 30 and 40 m, the backreef at 1 m and the fringing reef at 1 and 5 m. SBE 39s are deployed to the forereef and backreef. Onset HOBOs are deployed on the fringing reef. Temperature data are processed and...

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