Visualization of Monthly Water Temperature in the Logan River, Utah


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Abstract

A visualization tool looking at the monthly mean water temperature at different gauge locations along the Logan River in and around Logan, Utah. These gauges are part of the Logan River Observatory and provide temperature and other water quality and quantities measurements every 15 minutes. The plot output shows that during the study period (2014 to 2021) the Blacksmith Fork gauge showed the highest temperatures in the first half of the year and the gauge at Mendon Road showed the highest overall temperature rating for the study period.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Logan, UT
Longitude
-111.7752°
Latitude
41.7378°

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README.md

Python Code for Visualizing Monthly Average Water Temperatures in the Logan River, Utah

Open the CUAHSI Jupyter Hub to run this Jupyter Notebook

The output should be one plot with a line for each gauing station within the Logan River Observatory network. The data file does not need to be manipulated in order to run the code.

The code will save an output image of the plot within the CUASHI Jupyter Hub.

Enjoy!

How to Cite

Conley, M. (2022). Visualization of Monthly Water Temperature in the Logan River, Utah, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/b518caef496e4685aaaab51c45dc7540

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