LLC VOW 09 (2019-09-10 to 2020-10-27)

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This resource is part of the Living Lakes Canada Upper Columbia Basin Groundwater Monitoring Program, and contains a groundwater monitoring record for VOW 09 from (2019-09-10 to 2020-10-27). Water levels are reported in meters below ground surface.

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Last updated March 16, 2021
Created March 12, 2021
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Resource Name (Required) LLC VOW 09 (2019-09-10 to 2020-10-27)
Citation (Required) Living Lakes Canada Upper Columbia Basin Groundwater Monitoring Program. (2021) LLC VOW 09 (2019-09-10 to 2020-10-27). Columbia Basin Water Hub. (Resource) Playmor Junction. (DOI).
Description of Data This resource is part of the Living Lakes Canada Upper Columbia Basin Groundwater Monitoring Program, and contains a groundwater monitoring record for VOW 09 from (2019-09-10 to 2020-10-27). Water levels are reported in meters below ground surface.
Resource Location Playmor Junction, Playmor Road.
Data Collection Information Continuous (hourly) water level data were collected with a HOBO MX 2001 Bluetooth (30 meter range) water level logger. The data logger determines water levels by continuously collecting the absolute pressure of the water column above a sensor, compensating it for atmospheric pressure, and calibrating it with reference water levels that are collected manually. The atmospheric pressure is measured by a barometric sensor in the MX2001 top end unit that is installed in the airspace at the top of the wellhead. Manual water level level measurements were collected using either a Heron or Solinst water level tape (sounding tape).
Water Hub Data Grade Technical Research Grade
Data Processing Data compensation and water level referencing are completed with the HOBOmobile App. For the conversion of pressure to water level, the water density of freshwater is adjusted for water temperature. Pressures are converted to water level based on manual water manual readings using a water level tape. The pressure data were reviewed to ensure they are within the factory calibrated range of the sensor. Manual and logger data were compared to identify potential instrument drift. The differences between the manual measurements (6) and the data logger were all less than 2.5 cm.
Data Disclaimer No warranty or guarantee exists that the information is accurate, complete, current, or suitable for any purpose. The individual user must confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose themselves.
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