Kormos, Patrick; McNamara, James P; Marks, Danny; Williams, C Jason; Marshall, H P; Aishlin, Pam; Chandler, David G (2013): Soil, snow, weather, and sub-surface storage data from a mountain catchment in the rain-snow transition zone. PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.819837, Supplement to: Kormos, P et al. (2013): Soil, snow, weather, and sub-surface storage data from a mountain catchment in the rain-snow transition zone. Earth System Science Data, 6, 1659173, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-6-165-2014
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A comprehensive hydroclimatic data set is presented for the 2011 water year to improve understanding of hydrologic processes in the rain-snow transition zone. This type of dataset is extremely rare in scientific literature because of the quality and quantity of soil depth, soil texture, soil moisture, and soil temperature data. Standard meteorological and snow cover data for the entire 2011 water year are included, which include several rain-on-snow events. Surface soil textures and soil depths from 57 points are presented as well as soil texture profiles from 14 points. Meteorological data include continuous hourly shielded, unshielded, and wind corrected precipitation, wind speed, air temperature, relative humidity, dew point temperature, and incoming solar and thermal radiation data. Sub-surface data included are hourly soil moisture data from multiple depths from 7 soil profiles within the catchment, and soil temperatures from multiple depths from 2 soil profiles. Hydrologic response data include hourly stream discharge from the catchment outlet weir, continuous snow depths from one location, intermittent snow depths from 5 locations, and snow depth and density data from ten weekly snow surveys. Though it represents only a single water year, the presentation of both above and below ground hydrologic condition makes it one of the most detailed and complete hydro-climatic datasets from the climatically sensitive rain-snow transition zone for a wide range of modeling and descriptive studies.
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