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Slave River Basin

The Slave River is a Canadian river that flows from Lake Athabasca in northeastern Alberta and empties into Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. These sensor networks monitor the water level of the slave river basin in near-real time.

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GeoCENS
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

Angelo Reserve Environmental Observatory

The Angelo Coast Range Reserve is managed on the Berkeley campus through the California Biodiversity Center (CBC) and the Berkeley Natural History Museums (BNHM). The BNHM is a consortium of campus museums, including the Botanical Garden, Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Essig Museum of Entomology, University/Jepson Herbaria, Museum of Paleontology, and Museum of Vertebrate Zoology. The primary goals of the BNHM include the capture, storage, and dissemination of field data through the use of computerized database systems and facilitation of collaborative research projects across BNHM units and campus field stations.

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GeoCENS
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

GSW Plants

Plant soil moisture in one of the GSW labs. Note that location was modified for a demo at The Banff Centre last year, and is actually currently located in the Engineering Building at the University of Calgary.

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James Badger
about 5 years ago about 5 years ago

Canada and Russia Ice Thickness

This project shows the Canadian Ice Thickness data and Russian Ice Thickness data (1917~1991). Details regarding the Russian data can be found here: http://nsidc.org/data/docs/noaa/g01187_russian_river_ice_thickness/index.html From the above link: "This data set consists of river ice thickness measurements, and beginning and ending dates for river freeze-up events from fifty stations in northern Russia. The data set includes values from 1917 through 1992, however the record length varies for each station. The longest station record covers the period 1917 through 1988 (the station table shows the beginning and end years for measurements at each station). Data were obtained through the U.S.-Russia Working Group VIII of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Agreement on the Protection of Environmental and Natural Resources."

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GeoCENS
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

Prairie Groundwater Observations

This data set aggregates the ground water elevation data from the three Canadian prairie provinces.

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DRI Network
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

IP3 Network Sensors

IP3, 'Improved Processes and Parameterization for Prediction in Cold Regions', is a research network devoted to improving understanding of cold regions hydrometeorology, operating from 2006 to 2011. The project has conducted wide-ranging studies of surface-water and weather systems, based on field investigations in Canada's Rocky Mountains and the Western Arctic, with the aim of enhancing the capabilities of a suite of operational software models.

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ip3network
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

Australian Wildfire Hotspots - 12~24 hours

FireWatch Web Mapping Service: Australian Wildfire Hotspots - 12~24 hours

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GeoCENS
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

IDEA project

A low cost air quality test sensor network measuring CO, T and RH, deployed in Antwerp, Belgium.

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bartelen
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

The International Hydrogeological Map of Europe

The International Hydrogeological Map of Europe, scale 1 : 1,500,000 is a series of general hydrogeological maps comprising 25 map sheets with explanatory notes, covering the whole European continent and parts of the Near East. The national contributions to this map series were compiled by hydrogeologists and experts in related sciences of the countries concerned under the auspices of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), Commission on Hydrogeological Maps (COHYM). The project is supported by the Commission for the Geological Map of the World (CGMW).

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GeoCENS
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

Drought Research Initiative Legacy Sensor Data

The objective of the Drought Research Initiative (DRI) is to better understand the physical characteristics of and processes influencing Canadian Prairie droughts. For more information on DRI please visit http://www.drinetwork.ca/index.php. This project consists of legacy in-situ sensor datasets freely available through the DRI legacy data portal. The sensor datasets used in this project are: Kenaston Soil Moisture Mesonet, Prairie Groundwater Observation Wells , St Denis Evaporation Dataset(2006-2007).

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Andrew Phillips
about 6 years ago about 6 years ago

NexRAD Current

IEM generated CONUS composite of NWS WSR-88D level III base reflectivity.

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GeoCENS
about 6 years ago over 5 years ago

Lethbridge AAFC 2012 Test Data

This data was collected during the fall of 2012 at the Lethbridge Research Centre (AAFC) North $) agronomy area.

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Andrew Phillips
over 4 years ago over 4 years ago

Historical Canadian Air Quality

This project contains historical measurements of greenhouse gas (2004-2009), ground level ozone (1990-2008) and fine particulate matter (1990-2008) concentrations collected by Environment Canada under the Canadian Environmental Sustainability Indicators (CESI) program. The data can be found online at http://maps-cartes.ec.gc.ca/indicators-indicateurs/TableView.aspx?ID=2&lang=en and for more information about CESI please visit http://www.ec.gc.ca/indicateurs-indicators/default.asp?lang=En&n=47F48106-1). Also included in the project is the reported 2008 cumulative air pollution emissions at 1325 monitoring facilities across Canada collected through the Environment Canada's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Program (GHGRP). For more information about the GHGRP please visit http://www.ec.gc.ca/ges-ghg/Default.asp?lang=En&n=8044859A-1.

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Andrew Phillips
about 6 years ago almost 6 years ago

geolife

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huangweibuct
about 4 years ago about 4 years ago

Test

Test

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bruno.gans
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

Eagles

Eagles migration data

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yulnev
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

test

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huangweibuct
about 4 years ago about 4 years ago

Historical Snow Depths for Northern Hemisphere

This project contains a collection of historical snow depths from Central Asia, Russia, Canada and the U.S.A.. The data came from 2 different sources Environment Canada and the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC). Below a short description and a link to a webpage with more information about each dataset. The Canadian Ice Thickness Program, 1947-2010 (Environment Canada): This data collection contains snow depth measurements for sites going back as far as 1947 for the first established stations in the Canadian Arctic (Eureka and Resolute). For more information please visit: http://www.ec.gc.ca/glaces-ice/default.asp?lang=En&n=E1B3129D-1 Russian River Ice Thickness and Duration, 1917-1992 (NSIDC): The data set includes values from 1917 through 1992, however the record length varies for each station. The longest station record covers the period 1917 through 1988. Data were obtained through the U.S.-Russia Working Group VIII of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Agreement on the Protection of Environmental and Natural Resources. For more information please visit: http://nsidc.org/data/g01187.html Central Asian Snow Cover from Hydrometeorological Surveys, 1932-1990 (NSIDC): The Central Asian Snow Cover from Hydrometeorological Surveys data are based on observations made by personnel for three river basins: Amu Darya, Sir Darya, and Naryn. Temporal coverage varies for each snow point, with the longest station record extending from 1932 through 1990. Data were provided to NSIDC by the State Hydrometeorological Service (Russian acronym SANIGMI) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. For more information please visit: http://nsidc.org/data/g01171.html Seasonal frost depths, midwestern USA, 1971-1981 (NSIDC): This dataset is from 37 stations in the Upper Midwest (Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin), USA. The responsible agency was the St. Paul District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. These data were collected during 1971-1981 (no data for 1976/77) by cooperative observers who gathered the data for use in their spring run-off hydrologic predictions. For more information please visit: http://nsidc.org/data/ggd498.html

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Andrew Phillips
almost 6 years ago almost 6 years ago

test

the first geocens project

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neal
almost 6 years ago almost 6 years ago

test

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megard
almost 6 years ago almost 6 years ago

Saforah

The System of Agents for Forest Observation Research with Advanced Hierarchies (SAFORAH) was created in March 2002 to coordinate and streamline the archiving and sharing of numerous distributed large remote sensing data sets between various research groups with Canadian Forest Service (CFS), UVic and other academic and government partners to facilitate research in support of our national forest monitoring activities. Details about the project and data can be found at http://www.saforah.org/

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GeoCENS
almost 6 years ago almost 6 years ago

Weather

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kgluetkemeyer
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

Project1

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jhenriksson
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

Test

This is for test.

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Aiden Park
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

test

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usuyu
over 5 years ago over 5 years ago

test1

this is just test

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Aiden Park
about 5 years ago about 5 years ago

Flash Flood Monitoring, Mae Chan Thailand

Flash Flood Monitoring

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paskorn
almost 5 years ago almost 5 years ago

52┬░North Airquality SenseBox

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xelo
over 4 years ago over 4 years ago

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over 4 years ago over 4 years ago

Air Quality

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brydie
over 4 years ago over 4 years ago