Sensor Network

Meteorological and streamflow data have been collected at Hubbard Brook since the 1950s. Beginning in 2008, automated wireless sensors have been co-located at a number of these stations, collecting continuous 15-minute data. The tables below describe the instruments - near-realtime data can be viewed online at the following links. A link is also included to images collected from tower-based webcams located throughout the forest.


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View Realtime Meteorological Data View Realtime Streamflow Data View Webcams


Weather Stations
Instruments wx1 wx6 wx10 wx14 wx17

wx19 wx23 wx24
Temperature/RH







  CS-HMP60 09/29/09 12/18/08
10/5/09 09/29/08
09/25/08 10/5/09
  Belfort Hygrothermograph 594
  (chart)
10/20/55
01/01/61

01/01/65
01/01/99

09/01/95 01/01/99
Precipitation







  NOAA IV ETI Inst. Sys 09/17/09 05/26/10 03/30/11 02/17/11
05/18/11 09/17/09
  Belfort 5-780/4-400 (chart)
01/01/56
01/01/60
12/1/63
01/01/65

11/01/68
01/01/96



Weirs
Instruments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
  CS410 Shaft Encoder
09/29/10 03/08/10
03/10/10 09/29/10 09/29/10 10/01/10 09/30/10 03/04/10
  Stevens A-35 (chart)
01/01/56 10/01/57
10/01/57
07/01/60
01/01/62
01/01/63
01/01/65
05/01/68
01/01/95
Weir Type
p>o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
120o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
120o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
120o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
90o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
modified San
Dimas flume
90o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
modified San
Dimas flume
120o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
modified San
Dimas flume
120o
sharp-
crested
V-notch
modified San
Dimas flume
120o
sharp-
crested
V-notch