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Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies
STATUS
Research
AVAILABILITY
Web
REQUEST PROCEDURE
email clandry@snowstudies.org or kbuck@snowstudies.org
Surface In-Situ Networks
The Center for Snow & Avalanche Studies serves the mountain science community and regional resource managers by hosting & conducting interdisciplinary research and conducting integrative 24/7/365 monitoring that captures weather, snowpack, radiation, soils, plant community and hydrologic signals of regional climate trends.
CONTACT
Chris Landry
Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies
clandry@snowstudies.org
SECONDARY CONTACT
Kimberly Buck
Center for Snow & Avalanche Studies
PO Box 190
970-387-5080
kbuck@snowstudies.org
snowstudies.org
SPECIFICATIONS
Network NameSenator Beck Basin Study Area
Collective
Facility TypeNetwork
Purpose
LocationColorado
Number of Stations4
Map of Stationshttp://snowstudies.org/map1.html
Categorymeteorology, snow, weather, monitoring, mountain, alpine
Parameters (Most)precipitation, SW radiation, LW radiation, soil temperatures, soil heat flux, soil volumetric water content VWC, snow temperatures, wind speed, wind direction, air temperature, relative humidity, snow depth, snow temperatures, barometric pressure
Paramters (Limited)stream flow, water temperature, electrical conductivity
Archivehttp://snowstudies.org/data1.html
Period of Record2003 - current
Temporal Resolution60 minute
Data SeasonYear-round, October 1 - Sept 30
Data Availabilityhourly
Other Purposessnow science, climate change, mountain system monitoring
FixedYes
MobileNo
PortableNo
UPDATED ON
8 Oct 2012 19:12