Data - Emigrant Pass Observatory

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Data

Here you will find data from the Emigrant Pass Observatory and the boreholes GC-1, SI-1, and DM-1. To download EPO data, use the data interface below. To download the borehole dataset, scroll down to the links below.


EPO data

Write a text file of half-hourly data to a download area

Select variables to be included in the file (Year, Day, and Time are included by default)

Air Temperature (degrees C)
Solar Radiation (W/m2)
Rain (mm)
Snow Depth (m)
Wind Velocity (m/s)
Wind Direction (degrees)
Wind Variability (degrees)

Ground Probe 1 - 2.5 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 1 - 5.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 1 - 10.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 1 - 50.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 1 - 100.0 cm (degrees C)

Ground Probe 2 - 2.5 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 2 - 5.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 2 - 10.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 2 - 50.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 2 - 100.0 cm (degrees C)

Ground Probe 3 - 2.5 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 3 - 5.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 3 - 10.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 3 - 50.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 3 - 100.0 cm (degrees C)

Ground Probe 4 - 2.5 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 4 - 5.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 4 - 10.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 4 - 50.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 4 - 100.0 cm (degrees C)

Ground Probe 5 - 2.5 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 5 - 5.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 5 - 10.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 5 - 50.0 cm (degrees C)
Ground Probe 5 - 100.0 cm (degrees C)

for this range of years (inclusive): through

Borehole data

To download the borehole dataset, if Windows, right click and select "Save Link As", or if Mac, hold down "control" and click, then select appropriate menu item (i.e. "Save Link As" or "Download Linked File").

GC-1 temperature-depth data
SI-1 temperature-depth data
DM-1 temperature-depth data

The data format for the borehole data lists the depths (meters) in column one, followed by the measured temperatures (degrees C) for the observation year listed in the column header. The borehole data is available from: Davis et al. (2010), Repeat temperature measurements in boreholes from northwestern Utah link ground and air temperature changes at the decadal time scale, J. Geophys. Res., 115, B05203, doi:10.1029/2009JB006875.

Additional borehole data, including locations, thermal gradient, thermal conductivity and heat flow can be found here.


Disclaimer: We make these data freely available to you for perusal and use. Unpublished data should be considered preliminary and are subject to change should measurement error or calibration issues arise. Please kindly keep us informed of data usage and of any publication plans. These data may not be used for publications without prior permission.