Time-series of 5 minute water temperatures averages from Toolik Lake, Toolik Field Station, Alaska, Summer 1999

Abstract: 

Time-series of temperatures were measured using self-contained temperature loggers on taut-line moorings with a subsurface float 1 m below the air-water. Theses are the 5 minute averages of 10 second measuremsents.

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Data set ID: 

10407

EML revision ID: 

2
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Citation: 

Macintyre, S. 2001. Time-series of 5 minute water temperatures averages from Toolik Lake, Toolik Field Station, Alaska, Summer 1999 Environmental Data Initiative. http://dx.doi.org/10.6073/pasta/10b5748d738ded992ebd63df9dab953e
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Dates

Date Range: 

Monday, June 28, 1999 to Wednesday, August 11, 1999

Publication Date: 

2001

Methods: 

Time-series of temperatures were measured adjacent to the met station at Toolik Main (TM, nine depths) using self-contained temperature loggers on taut-line moorings with a subsurface float 1 m below the air-water. Oregon Environmental Instruments (OEI) Model 9311 temperature loggers with an accuracy and resolution of 0.0058C and time constant of 5 s were used at TM. Recording was done at 10-s intervals. The units were calibrated before and after deployment against a platinum resistance thermometer with an accuracy of 0.00068C. Column description, including measurement depth (in meters) given in line 1 of the data file.

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Version 1: Updated Metadata sheet, format for Pasta uploaded Dec. 2013 (JD)

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