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Jezra Beaulieu

Nooksack Indian Tribe | Water Resources Specialist

Subject Areas: hydrology, sediment transport, stream temperature, GIS, climate change, glaciers, restoration, data management

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Air temperature, ground temperature and relative humidity data was collected in a longitudinal transect of the Nooksack watershed at varying elevations from 500 - 1800 m above sea level. Data was collected by anchoring sensors from trees above winter snow levels and shaded from direct solar radiation. Paired sensors were also buried 3 cm under ground near each air temperature sensor to determine snow absence or presence. Selected sites included relative humidity sensors to indicate whether precipitation was occuring. Data was collected every 3-4 hours from May 2015 to Sept 2018 (with ongoing collection). Code for processing daily mean, minimum, maximum, and rates of temperature changes with elevation is available on Github (https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3239539). The sensor download and intermediate data products are available on HydroShare with publicly accessible visualization available from the Nooksack Observatory at data.cuahsi.org.

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This resource includes both GIS location data and data associated with sediment and turbidity monitoring in the Nooksack River watershed.

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Turbidity and Sediment Monitoring
Created: May 6, 2016, 7:59 p.m.
Authors: Jezra Beaulieu

ABSTRACT:

This resource includes both GIS location data and data associated with sediment and turbidity monitoring in the Nooksack River watershed.

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ABSTRACT:

Air temperature, ground temperature and relative humidity data was collected in a longitudinal transect of the Nooksack watershed at varying elevations from 500 - 1800 m above sea level. Data was collected by anchoring sensors from trees above winter snow levels and shaded from direct solar radiation. Paired sensors were also buried 3 cm under ground near each air temperature sensor to determine snow absence or presence. Selected sites included relative humidity sensors to indicate whether precipitation was occuring. Data was collected every 3-4 hours from May 2015 to Sept 2018 (with ongoing collection). Code for processing daily mean, minimum, maximum, and rates of temperature changes with elevation is available on Github (https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3239539). The sensor download and intermediate data products are available on HydroShare with publicly accessible visualization available from the Nooksack Observatory at data.cuahsi.org.

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