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Web Access to Long-term Research Hydrology Data Doug Ryan USDA Forest Service Research and Development
The Needs Watershed scale information Needed to address many issues A few examples: Post-fire risks Watershed restoration/rehab Fish passage
Advantages of Research Data Precisely measured Quality controlled Small watersheds Supporting data available (metadata) Land use known and/or controlled Many other aspects studied
Watershed Cross-Comparison Post & Jones (2001)
Long-term Data Exist Experimental watershed studies In many parts of country High quality data Many variables measured/controlled But access has been difficult Needed: One-stop, easy access
Solution: HydroDB “Centributed” Mechanics Individual SiteCentral SitePublic User Exchange filters Exchange format Harvester Relational Database Site Database CGI Script Local Script Dynamic URL Static URL CGI Script Distribution filters Report formats Monthly Data (V-One,V-Many) Daily Data Graphics (Baker et al. 2000 BioScience)
HJ Andrews Experimental Forest V-notch weir
Beta version of web harvester http://www.fsl.orst.edu/hydrodb/index.htm Primarily developed for data input Next phase will improve public access
Coweeta (NC) daily stream discharge
H. J. Andrews (OR) daily Stream discharge
H. J. Andrews (OR) total daily precipitation
Fraser (CO) daily stream discharge 1991
Fraser (CO) daily precipitation 1991
Fraser (CO) mean daily air temperature 1991
HJ Andrews Experimental Forest V-notch weir
Next Goals Improve user-friendliness Add tools to use long-term data: Fish passage Post fire risk Roads/culvert design Add other kinds of observations Suggestions?
Conclusions Long-term hydrology important Web-access now possible More development needed: Add more types of observations Add tools to use this gold mine
Workshop on QC in Derived Data Products, Las Cruces, NM, 31 January 2007 ClimDB/HydroDB Objectives Don Henshaw Improve access to long-term collections.
ClimDB/HydroDB A web harvester and data warehouse for hydrometeorological data 2011 StreamChemDB Oct Yang Xia (LTER Network Office, University of.
Preliminary Meteorological Measurement Standards Statement of standards before site selection (TIE 1979) Selected sites assume obligations To collect.
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SCOPE OF DATA STREAM FLOW AND SOLUTE FLUXES Stream discharge gauging Stream water chemistry PRECIPITATION AND DEPOSITION NRCS Snow Survey and Snow Pillow.
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USDA FS SRS Center for Forest Watershed Science Coweeta Hydrologic Lab in Otto NC Santee Experimental Forest in Cordesville SC Coldwater Fish Unit in Blacksburg.
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AWRA Water Resources Conference Jacksonville, FL, November Modeling of Watershed Systems Lauren Hay Steve Markstrom Steve Regan.
M. Stone, J. Stormont, E. Epp, C. Byrne, S. Rahman, R. Powell, W
A Model for Evaluating the Impacts of Spatial and Temporal Land Use Changes on Water Quality at Watershed Scale Jae-Pil Cho and Saied Mostaghimi 07/29/2003.
Spatial and temporal patterns of CH 4 and N 2 O fluxes from North America as estimated by process-based ecosystem model Hanqin Tian, Xiaofeng Xu and other.
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