Regional soil moisture monitoring network in the Raam catchment in the Netherlands - 2016-04 / 2017-04 (corrected)

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H.F. (Harm-Jan) Benninga; C.D. (Coleen) Carranza; Michiel Pezij; M.J. (Martine) van der Ploeg; D.C.M. (Denie) Augustijn et. al. (2018): Regional soil moisture monitoring network in the Raam catchment in the Netherlands - 2016-04 / 2017-04 (corrected). Version 2. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/uuid:276a8c0e-c9a9-4fdf-916a-75cfe06fa974
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version 1 - 2017-06-07
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Raam catchment area
lat (N): 51.67
lon (E): 5.78
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time coverage
2016-04-05/2017-04-05
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Note: The original dataset (https://data.4tu.nl/repository/uuid:dc364e97-d44a-403f-82a7-121902deeb56) contains errors. Some loggers were not correctly set to cope with daylight saving time differences. Therefore, some data are incorrectly shifted by an hour. This shift is corrected in this dataset. Original text: The Raam soil moisture measurement network dataset contains soil moisture and soil temperature measurements for 15 locations in the Raam, which is a 223-km2 river catchment in the southeast of the Netherlands. The network monitors soil moisture in the unsaturated zone for different soil textures and land covers present in the area, and it covers the topographic gradient of the region. At each location we installed Decagon 5TM sensors at depths of 5 cm, 10 cm, 20 cm, 40 cm and 80 cm. The logging time interval is set on 15 minutes. The Raam network is operational since April 2016 and the measurements are on-going. Parent item: Regional soil moisture monitoring network in the Raam catchment in the Netherlands The Raam soil moisture measurement network dataset contains soil moisture and soil temperature measurements for 15 locations in the Raam, which is a 223-km2 river catchment in the southeast of the Netherlands. The network monitors soil moisture in the unsaturated zone for different soil textures and land covers present in the area, and it covers the topographic gradient of the region. At each location we installed Decagon 5TM sensors at depths of 5 cm, 10 cm, 20 cm, 40 cm and 80 cm. The logging time interval is set on 15 minutes. The Raam network is operational since April 2016 and the measurements are on-going.
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  • 2018-05-25 first online, published, posted
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University of Twente
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organizations
University of Twente, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Department of Water Engineering & Management;
University of Twente, Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, Department of Water Resources;
Wageningen University & Research, Department of Environmental Sciences, Soil Physics and Land Management;
Waterschap Aa en Maas

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