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This script is designed to create a plot showing average weekly water temperature values for each of six sites within the Logan River Observatory (LRO) network of gauging stations. These sites contain data from 2014-2018 (except the Blacksmith Fork site which starts in 2015). The goal of this analysis is to provide insight into how weekly temperature changes based on geographic location with respect to the highest point in the Logan River.
The Jupyter Notebook script attached interacts with the attached database. The database contains a subset of the data stored in the Observations Data Model (ODM) database containing data for six sites within the Logan River Observatory (LRO) . The database needs to be in the same directory as the jupyter notebook. When running in the CUAHSI JupyterHub Jupyter Notebook server, an image will be saved of the plot (as Water Temperature Weekly Averages by Site.png) to the same directory as the Jupyter Notebook and database. The image can be downloaded via the CUAHSI JupyterHub interface. References: 1. Horsburgh, J. S., Tarboton D. G. (2008), CUAHSI Community Observations Data Model (ODM) Version 1.1.1 Design Specifications, Utah State University
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