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SSCZO -- Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature, Snow Depth, Air Temperature -- Providence, Lower Met, South aspect -- (2008-2018)


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Snow depth, soil moisture and soil temperature are measured at the lower Providence meteorological site, from a location with a south facing aspect, using a Campbell Scientific logger to control peripheral devices. Snow depth is measured at 5 nodes in the open, at the drip edge and under canopies of an incense-cedar and white fir tree. Soil moisture and temperature are measured at 10, 30, 60, and 90 cm depths coincident with the snow depth nodes. A 10 watt solar panel provides power for monitoring at 10 minute intervals. Data processing compresses to hourly values.

The lower Providence meteorological site (approximately 1750 m) is located within the larger Providence headwater catchment.

Additional metadata are available in the https://eng.ucmerced.edu/snsjho/files/MHWG/Field/Southern_Sierra_CZO_KREW/Providence_Creek_Lower_Met/Water_Balance_Instrument_Cluster/South_Cluster/Level_2 parent directory of this dataset, such as site properties, instrumentation, and processing notes.

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Resource Level Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Providence Creek Headwater Catchments (1660 - 2115 m elevation), Providence, Lower Met, South aspect
Longitude
-119.2033°
Latitude
37.0578°

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SSCZO -- Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature, Snow Depth, Air Temperature -- Providence, Lower Met, South aspect -- (2008-2018)


OVERVIEW

Description/Abstract

Click on Parent Folder to access all data and metadata that are currently available. Metadata include site properties, instrumentation, and processing notes. You may also click on individual dataset links to immediately download a file of the data. NOTE: We are working to update individual Water Year (WY) data listings on this site. Current individual files listed below may not represent all available data and metadata. Click on the Parent Folder link to access all files.

Snow depth, soil moisture and soil temperature are measured at the lower Providence meteorological site, from a location with a south facing aspect, using a Campbell Scientific logger to control peripheral devices. Snow depth is measured at 5 nodes in the open, at the drip edge and under canopies of an incense-cedar and white fir tree. Soil moisture and temperature are measured at 10, 30, 60, and 90 cm depths coincident with the snow depth nodes. A 10 watt solar panel provides power for monitoring at 10 minute intervals. Data processing compresses to hourly values.

The lower Providence meteorological site (approximately 1750 m) is located within the larger Providence headwater catchment.

Additional metadata are available in the https://eng.ucmerced.edu/snsjho/files/MHWG/Field/Southern_Sierra_CZO_KREW/Providence_Creek_Lower_Met/Water_Balance_Instrument_Cluster/South_Cluster/Level_2 parent directory of this dataset, such as site properties, instrumentation, and processing notes.

Creator/Author

Roger Bales|Matthew Meadows|Erin Stacy|Xiande Meng

CZOs

Sierra

Contact

Xiande Meng, xmeng@ucmerced.edu




SUBJECTS

Disciplines

Hydrology|Climatology / Meteorology

Topics

Soil Moisture|Soil Temperature|Snow Depth|Air Temperature

Keywords

Water balance|snow depth|soil moisture|soil temperature|air temperature|instrument clusters|aspect|south

Variables

Air Temperature|Snow Depth|Soil Moisture|Soil Temperature

Variables ODM2

Temperature|Snow depth|Volumetric water content




TEMPORAL

Date Start

2008-10-01

Date End

2018-10-01




SPATIAL

Field Areas

Providence Creek Headwater Catchments (1660 - 2115 m elevation)

Location

Providence, Lower Met, South aspect

North latitude

37.057803134400004

South latitude

37.057803134400004

West longitude

-119.20325801

East longitude

-119.20325801




REFERENCE

Citation

Bales, R. et al., 2012, Sierra Nevada San Joaquin Hydrologic Observatory, Level 1 data. (https://eng.ucmerced.edu/snsjho/)

CZO ID

2595

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COMMENTS

Comments

Soil volumetric water content (VWC) and soil temperature measured using Decagon Devices ECHO-TM at depths of 10, 30, 60, an 90 cm below the mineral soil surface. Sensor now equivalent to 5TM, http://www.decagon.com/soil-moisture-sensors/

Distance to snow/soil surface and air temperature measured with Judd Communications ultrasonic depth sensor, using analog control. http://www.juddcom.com/

Data control and storage on Campbell Scientific CR1000 datalogger, using AM16/32B multiplexer. http://www.campbellsci.com

Program for data acquisition are located on UC Merced-SNRI digital library. https://eng.ucmerced.edu/snsjho/files/MHWG/Field/Southern_Sierra_CZO_KREW/Providence_Creek_Upper_Met/Water_Balance_Instrument_Cluster/Flat_Cluster/Programs

Additional Metadata

Name Value
czos Sierra
czo_id 2595
citation Bales, R. et al., 2012, Sierra Nevada San Joaquin Hydrologic Observatory, Level 1 data. (https://eng.ucmerced.edu/snsjho/)
comments Soil volumetric water content (VWC) and soil temperature measured using Decagon Devices ECHO-TM at depths of 10, 30, 60, an 90 cm below the mineral soil surface. Sensor now equivalent to 5TM, http://www.decagon.com/soil-moisture-sensors/ Distance to snow/soil surface and air temperature measured with Judd Communications ultrasonic depth sensor, using analog control. http://www.juddcom.com/ Data control and storage on Campbell Scientific CR1000 datalogger, using AM16/32B multiplexer. http://www.campbellsci.com Program for data acquisition are located on UC Merced-SNRI digital library. https://eng.ucmerced.edu/snsjho/files/MHWG/Field/Southern_Sierra_CZO_KREW/Providence_Creek_Upper_Met/Water_Balance_Instrument_Cluster/Flat_Cluster/Programs
keywords Water balance, snow depth, soil moisture, soil temperature, air temperature, instrument clusters, aspect, south
variables Air Temperature, Snow Depth, Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature
disciplines Hydrology, Climatology / Meteorology
related_datasets 2530, 2598, 2597, 2596
related_datasets_hs https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/de823cb8f37f46139dd6f06d65f43296/, https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/378376531f1f4d6f8adb121ce7ac5ad2/, https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/aafcc55f646b4207ae975490e6f752ab/, https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/757ed05854ab430dae99841f44622283/

How to Cite

Bales, R., M. Meadows, E. Stacy, X. Meng (2019). SSCZO -- Soil Moisture, Soil Temperature, Snow Depth, Air Temperature -- Providence, Lower Met, South aspect -- (2008-2018), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/55766073b69a47f4bcb28ec9d3aade6a

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