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Seneca Lake
Instrument Network


Temperature Probe Data

Choose the date range for which you want to retrieve data.
Start Date: calendar
End Date: calendar
Choose the deployments for which you want to retrieve data.
Deployments:
Site D Temperature Probe 19547 at depth: 8.00m --- active since: 2009-05-13 00:00:00.
Site D Temperature Probe 14863 at depth: 26.00m --- active since: 2009-05-13 00:00:00.
Site H Temperature Probe 19549 at depth: 23.00m --- active since: 2009-05-13 00:00:00.
Site H Temperature Probe 19548 at depth: 42.00m --- active since: 2009-05-13 00:00:00.
Site FE Temperature Probe 19552 at depth: 8.50m --- active since: 2009-08-06 13:46:51.
Site FE Temperature Probe 19565 at depth: 17.50m --- active since: 2009-08-06 13:46:51.
Site FE Temperature Probe 19551 at depth: 32.00m --- active since: 2009-08-06 13:46:51.
Site FE Temperature Probe 19555 at depth: 72.00m --- active since: 2009-08-06 13:46:51.
Site AC Temperature Probe 19550 at depth: 0.00m --- active since: 2009-12-04 13:48:35.
Site AC Temperature Probe 19553 at depth: 0.00m --- active since: 2009-12-04 13:33:19.
Site G Temperature Probe 19554 at depth: 0.00m --- active since: 2009-08-05 00:00:00.
Recording time and the temperature will be reported for each reading as well as a temperature log ID and deployment name.
Metadata fields are fields that are recorded just once for whole log of temperatures and if selected this data will be repeated for every row of temperature recordings.
Metadata Fields:
first calibration number      second calibration number
third calibration number      fourth calibration number
temperature logger reading period      deployment description
depth of instrument
View on screen returns the results formatted as a table for convenient on-screen viewing.
Choose CSV file and then use your browser's "Save As" feature to save the data in a format suitable for importing into Excel or other programs.
Output Format:
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All data is provisional unless otherwise indicated.
Questions? Comments? Contact bridgeman@hws.edu