DATA - Boulder Creek


Meteorological measurements at 3 stations.
Soil temperature and moisture sensor network.
Snow surveys and pits at many sites.
Surface water chemistry at multiple elevations.
Data sharing with Niwot Ridge LTER.

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Research Assistant Chrissy Pruett processes samples in the CZO Lab. Photo by Ethan Welty

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Integrated Data System

We are working with other CZOs to develop cross-CZO capabilities for sharing, integrating, analyzing, and preserving CZO data.

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Wide ranging data

CZO datasets are a powerful resource for developing and testing Earth system models. We produce a large volume of data from a wide range of physical, chemical, and biological disciplines as well as spatial and temporal scales. This "flood" of disparate observational data partly reflects a new generation of integrated measurements.  For example, we are using LIDAR imagery, copious isotopic samples, and low-cost sensors; others are also using eddy correlation and embedded sensor networks.


The Boulder Creek CZO is working with the Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research site (NWT-LTER) to share data, including environmental datasets in the Boulder Creek watershed collected by LTER for decades.


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