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Ground-based time-lapse thermal infrared and stream temperature data used in Baker et al. (2019), "Improving the Accuracy of Time-Lapse Thermal Infrared Imaging for Hydrologic Applications". Ground-based thermal infrared (TIR) images were recorded every 10 minutes of the Quilcay stream in the Peruvian Andes during two field seasons (2015 & 2016). Included are the uncorrected TIR images, TIR temperatures at each control point location , the corresponding in-stream temperatures that were recorded using iButton temperature sensors, and corrected TIR temperatures.
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