Data for: Ten years of Measurements and Modeling of soil temperature changes and their effects on permafrost in Northwestern Alaska
datasetposted on 18.07.2019 by Joseph F Batir, David D Blackwell, Matthew Hornbach
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All temperature measurements in well T96-012 from September 1996 to December 2011. Data presented in this spreadsheet were digitized from temperature-time graphs presented in AMEC, Environmental and Infrastructure (2012) and Water Management Consultants, Inc. (2001) (references below) by Joseph Batir. The exact date of temperature data collection was not completely apparent and digitization may have introduced minor date errors, so instead all temperature measurements are associated with the month data collection occurred. The digitized date of temperature collection is included, but should be used with caution. The second tab includes all temperature data plotted as temperature versus depth plots. Raw data sources: AMEC Environment and Infrastructure. (2012) Long-Term Permafrost and Groundwater Monitoring Program for the Tailing Impoundment Five-Year Permafrost and Groundwater Data Analysis 2007-2011, 479 pp. Water Management Consultants, Inc. (2001) Red Dog Mine Long-Term Permafrost and Groundwater Monitoring Plan for the Tailing Impoundment, 24 pp.