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Martin Seul

CUAHSI | Technical Director

Subject Areas: Software Engineering, Hydrology, GIS

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ABSTRACT:

The CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System (HIS) is an internet-based system for sharing hydrologic data. It is comprised of databases and servers, connected through web services, to client applications, allowing for the publication, discovery and access of data.

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Climatological data were collected from a ridgetop climate station East of Niwot Ridge (B1 at 2591 m) throughout the year using a Hobo Pro V2 data logger mounted in a Stevenson screen. Parameters measured were air temperature and relative humidity Site History to view logs for complete site history Missing Data to view complete log of missing data.

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Data were recorded using a HOBO Onset Pendant starting in 2009, but the site was not maintained or routinely visited until November 2011. At this time, the Stevenson Screen housing the data logger was found knocked over and the sides damaged. All temperature values during this time period are suspect due to increased exposure of logger to wind and sunlight. It is impossible to know when the Stevenson Screen was damaged and thus to know what portion (if any) of these data are usable. The Stevenson Screen was reinstalled on July 18, 2012, when data collection resumed. Metadata for related data sets are in:https://niwot.colorado.edu/meta_data/b-1mtape.ml.meta.txt https://niwot.colorado.edu/meta_data/b-1preci.ml.meta.txt https://niwot.colorado.edu/meta_data/b-1dp219.ml.meta.txtThe decrease in temperature and increase in humidity beginning September 9th 2013 reflect a large rain/flood event. NOTE: While we strive to produce high-quality accurate data, sometimes errors may occur and data is subject to revision at any time. If you notice an error, please contact the data manager at bcczodata@colorado.edu

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This dataset was acquired from the USGS dataset accessed through the USDA Geospatial Data Gateway. It is a polygon shapefile representing the generalized geology of the US state of Texas.

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A digital elevation model encompassing the Logan River watershed in northern Utah.

[Modified in JupyterHub on 2017-12-14 17:35:17.590180]
This a group of TauDEM processing results that were derived using the Logan River DEM.

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TauDEM Processing of Logan Watershed
Created: Dec. 14, 2017, 5:35 p.m.
Authors: Martin Seul

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A digital elevation model encompassing the Logan River watershed in northern Utah.

[Modified in JupyterHub on 2017-12-14 17:35:17.590180]
This a group of TauDEM processing results that were derived using the Logan River DEM.

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Geographic Feature (ESRI Shapefiles) Geographic Feature (ESRI Shapefiles)
USGS Derived Texas Geology
Created: June 14, 2018, 2:26 a.m.
Authors: Joseph Krienert

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This dataset was acquired from the USGS dataset accessed through the USDA Geospatial Data Gateway. It is a polygon shapefile representing the generalized geology of the US state of Texas.

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Composite Resource Composite Resource

ABSTRACT:

[description]
Climatological data were collected from a ridgetop climate station East of Niwot Ridge (B1 at 2591 m) throughout the year using a Hobo Pro V2 data logger mounted in a Stevenson screen. Parameters measured were air temperature and relative humidity Site History to view logs for complete site history Missing Data to view complete log of missing data.

[comments]
Data were recorded using a HOBO Onset Pendant starting in 2009, but the site was not maintained or routinely visited until November 2011. At this time, the Stevenson Screen housing the data logger was found knocked over and the sides damaged. All temperature values during this time period are suspect due to increased exposure of logger to wind and sunlight. It is impossible to know when the Stevenson Screen was damaged and thus to know what portion (if any) of these data are usable. The Stevenson Screen was reinstalled on July 18, 2012, when data collection resumed. Metadata for related data sets are in:https://niwot.colorado.edu/meta_data/b-1mtape.ml.meta.txt https://niwot.colorado.edu/meta_data/b-1preci.ml.meta.txt https://niwot.colorado.edu/meta_data/b-1dp219.ml.meta.txtThe decrease in temperature and increase in humidity beginning September 9th 2013 reflect a large rain/flood event. NOTE: While we strive to produce high-quality accurate data, sometimes errors may occur and data is subject to revision at any time. If you notice an error, please contact the data manager at bcczodata@colorado.edu

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Web App Resource Web App Resource
CUAHSI Time Series Data Explorer
Created: Aug. 1, 2019, 2:53 p.m.
Authors:

ABSTRACT:

The CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System (HIS) is an internet-based system for sharing hydrologic data. It is comprised of databases and servers, connected through web services, to client applications, allowing for the publication, discovery and access of data.

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