SnowEx17 Community Snow Depth Probe Measurements, Version 1 (SNEX17_SD)
Data set:
SNEX17_SD
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New data set.

Overview

This data set, part of the SnowEx 2017 campaign, contains in situ snow depth measurements at two locations in Colorado, USA: Grand Mesa, a snow-covered, forested study site about 40 miles east of Grand Junction; and Senator Beck Basin approximately 80 miles to the SSE of Grand Mesa. Measurements were obtained approximately 3 meters apart along multiple transects, using either a standard, handheld 3 meter long probe or a 1.2 meter long MagnaProbe.
Parameter(s):
SNOW DEPTH
Platform(s):
FIELD SURVEYS
Sensor(s):
PROBES
Data Format(s):
CSV
Temporal Coverage:
6 February 2017 to 25 February 2017
Temporal Resolution:
Varies
Spatial Resolution:
3 m
3 m
Spatial Coverage:
N:
39.1
S:
39
E:
-107.8
W:
-108.2

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