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Kerbernez : Long-term monitoring of streambed temperature through Passive-Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) measurements – From December 2nd, 2015 to July 05th, 2016
Data corresponds to the long-term monitoring of streambed sediments conducted in Kerbernez through Fiber Optic (FO) DTS technology. The streambed temperature is continuously monitored at high resolution all along the FO cable in order to highlight and quantify groundwater/stream exchanges.
Further details are available in the file: http://agrhys.fr/BVE/nataline/mesurespassives/infos.pdf and results are presented in Simon et al. (2021)
Origine de la donnée :
The DTS unit was configured in double-ended configuration to collect data at 25 cm and 10 minutes sampling interval. Two calibration baths (one at the ambient temperature and a fridge), as well as PT100 probes (0.1°C) and RBR SoloT probes (0.002°C accuracy) were used to calibrate the data. To assess the accuracy of temperature measurements, a RBR SoloT probe was set up at the gauging station E30 located at the entrance of the wood (shed).
Objectif : Long term monitoring of stream sediments at high resolution is infrequent. Any could use these data to test data interpretation methods for instance.
Cycle de vie de la donnée renseigné par le producteur :
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Download Passive-DTS measurements conducted in Kerrien experience description (PDF file)