Data from: DIY meteorology: use of citizen science to monitor snow dynamics in a data-sparse city

Willemijn M. Appels, Lori Bradford, Kwok Pan Chun, Anna E. Coles & Graham Strickert
Cities are under pressure to operate their services effectively and project costs of operations across various timeframes. In high-latitude and high-altitude urban centers, snow management is one of the larger unknowns and has both operational and budgetary limitations. Snowfall and snow depth observations within urban environments are important to plan snow clearing and prepare for the effects of spring runoff on cities’ drainage systems. In-house research functions are expensive, but one way to overcome that...
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