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Water Survey of Canada [gomc_32]
As pressures on our water increase, the need for reliable hydrologic data and information becomes more urgent. The data collected by Environment Canada and its partners make it possible to manage ...
Cryology Data at Riscos Rink, James Ross Island, Permafrost Monitoring Station [CDA_AR_CRIOLOGY_RISCOS_RINK_JRI]
Since 1995, the "Riscos Rink" Permafrost Monitoring Automatic Recorder Station has been recording: Air temperature Soil temperature Basement temperature on the active area of permafrost ...
Cryology Data from Automatic Recording Stations on James Ross Island, Antarctica [CDA_AR_CRIOLOGY_DATA]
The data includes air, soil, and basement temperatures from various automatic recording stations in Antarctica.
Cryology Data from Lachman Automatic Recording Climatological Station [CDA_AR_CRIOLOGY_LACHMAN]
Since 1992, Lachman Climatological Automatic Recorder Station has been recording: Air temperature; Humidity; Wind direction; Wind intensity; Solar Radiation; and Atmospheric pressure.
Cryology Data from Lachman Costa, James Ross Island, Permafrost Monitoing Station [CDA_AR_CRIOLOGY_LACHMAN_COSTA]
Since 1995, the "Lachman Costa", JRI. Permafrost Monitoring Station, positioned at 8 m height, has been gathering the following data: Air temperature; Soil temperature; and Basement ...
Cryology Data from Lachman Hornfels, James Ross Island, Permafrost Monitoring Station [CDA_AR_CRIOLOGY_LACHMAN_HORNFEL]
Since 2000, air, soil and basement temperatures have been recorded at specified intervals with soil and basement temperatures measured to 8 m in depth.
Cryology Data from Riscos Tumbledown, James Ross Island, Permafrost Monioring Station [CDA_AR_CRIO_RISCOS_TUMBLEDOWN]
Since 2001, the Riscos Tumbledown Permafrost Monitoring Station on James Ross Island has been measuring:: - Air temperature; - Soil temperature; and - Basement temperature to 2m in depth.
Data from the "MARAMBIO VOR" Permafrost Monitoring Automatic Recorder Station [CDA_AR_CRIOLOGY_MARAMBIO_VOR]
Since 1992, "MARAMBIO VOR" Permafrost Monitoring Automatic Recorder Station has been recording: Air temperature; Soil temperature; and Basement temperature down to 10 meters in depth.
IPY-191-ANTARCTIC PERMAFROST AND CLIMATE CHANGE [CDA_AR-IPY-191]
PROYECTO ARGENTINO The project is aiming at enhanced knowledge of the present of the morphology and structure of Antarctic permafrost and the interpretation of the permafrost evolution and the cryogenic ...
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