Data Set (knb-lter-sbc.5006.7)

SBC LTER: Land: Hydrology: Santa Barbara County Flood Control District - Precipitation at Doulton Tunnel (DoultonTunnel231), ongoing since 2000-10-01

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Data Set General Information:
Identifier: knb-lter-sbc.5006.7 (in the knb Catalog System)
Alternate Identifier: DOI: 10.6073/pasta/5535aa205fff04db6801b852828be7ea
Alternate Identifier: knb-lter-sbc.5006

Precipitation was collected by the Santa Barbara County Flood Control District at Doulton Tunnel in the Santa Barbara coastal area (site ID: DoultonTunnel231). Data are reported hourly, and times reflect the end of the each 1-hour interval. Data coverage is 2000-10-01 to 2016-10-01For more information, see

Short Name: County FCD Precipitation: DoultonTunnel231
Publication Date: 2018
Time Period:
Detailed Data Description and Download:
Precipitation SBCoFC Doulton Tunnel 231, all years
SBCo PWD Precipitation data from Doulton Tunnel (station = DoultonTunnel231) from 2000-10-01 to 2016-10-01.
People and Organizations:
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Contact: Information Manager, Santa Barbara Coastal LTER [  email ]
Organization Santa Barbara Coastal LTER
Owner: Melack, John 

Data Set Citation

How to cite this data set: Melack, J. . 2018. SBC LTER: Land: Hydrology: Santa Barbara County Flood Control District - Precipitation at Doulton Tunnel (DoultonTunnel231), ongoing since 2000-10-01. Santa Barbara Coastal LTER. doi:10.6073/pasta/5535aa205fff04db6801b852828be7ea

Key Words and Terms

By Thesaurus:
hydrology, meteorology, precipitation
Santa Barbara Coastal LTER Habitats Watershed
GCMD Keywords, Version Earth Science precipitation amount, rain
SBCLTER Sites DoultonTunnel231, 
LTER Controlled Vocabulary long term ecological research, hydrology, rain

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