MATERHORN-X Evernote Notebooks
This dataset contains information from the Evernote notebooks from the Mountain Terrain Atmospheric Modeling and Observations Field Experimental Component (MATERHORN-X) project that were compiled during the project. There are three Evernote notebooks that were created by the University of Utah: Team Materhorn-X notebook, Materhorn notebook, and Materhorn Soil Obs notebook. The Materhorn Soil Obs notebook is from the Spring 2013 campaign. See the BLM paper under Documentation for more information. The information from the notebooks is available as an Evernote export file (.enex) or as a tar file that contains html versions of the notebooks. Some proprietary information and photos with people have been removed from the notebooks.
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University of Utah - Department of Atmospheric Sciences. 2017. MATERHORN-X Evernote Notebooks. Version 1.0. UCAR/NCAR - Earth Observing Laboratory. https://doi.org/10.5065/D6668BX4. Accessed 06 Jun 2023.
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