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|Created:||Jul 22, 2016 at 8:46 p.m.|
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iUTAH researchers have developed and deployed an ecohydrologic observatory to study water in ‘Gradients Along Mountain to Urban Transitions’ (GAMUT). The GAMUT Network measures aspects of climate, hydrology, and water quality along a mountain-to-urban gradient in three watersheds that share common water sources (winter-derived precipitation) but differ in the human and biophysical nature of land-use transitions. Designing GAMUT was a 12-month process involving faculty and technicians from across Utah’s research-intensive institutions: Brigham Young University, the University of Utah, and Utah State University.
This dataset contains raw data for all of the air temperature in degrees Celsius measured for the iUTAH GAMUT Network climate site near Beaver Divide.
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