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Illilouette Creek Basin Distributed Air Temperature and Relative Humidity 2015-2021

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Created: Jun 27, 2023 at 2:25 a.m.
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These files contain air temperature and relative humidity in Illilouette Creek Basin, within different post-fire vegetation patches including a wetland, shrub field, and forest. Onset's HOBO U23 Pro V2 temperature and relatively humidity sensors were attached to trees and protected using white plastic radiation shields. Temperatures measured may be impacted by temperature of the tree trunks. These time series can be used to compare air temperature and humidity at different heights above the ground, different canopy covers, and different sides of trees. These data can also be compared to temperature and relative humidity at nearby meteorological stations. Most of these sensors were temporarily removed in order to protect them from the 2017 Empire Fire, but sensor #315 remained in place and shows elevated temperatures on October 16, 2017 due to the fire.

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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Illilouette Creek Basin
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Illilouette Creek Basin Weather Stations Gabrielle Boisrame  Discoverable &  Shareable Open Access


Funding Agencies

This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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NSF Critical Zone Collaborative Network: Big Data 2011346
Joint Fire Sciences Program Hydrology and Fire in the Sierra Nevada: A Possible Triple Win 14-1-06-22

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Boisrame, G. F. (2023). Illilouette Creek Basin Distributed Air Temperature and Relative Humidity 2015-2021, HydroShare,

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