CCRN manages complex datasets from observations and models so that the information can be readily used by scientists from the Network and by the user community. Continued, effective use of these data requires a commitment to establish, maintain, evaluate, describe, and distribute data products that are safely archived and easily accessible to the scientific and user communities.
We have organized a special issue of the journal Earth System Science Data where we have described and published many of our datasets. Please visit https://www.earth-syst-sci-data.net/special_issue901.html for more information and to access these datasets.
Guidelines and Support
- CCRN data access policy and documentation guidelines
- Water Information System Kisters (WISKI) homepage
- WISKI blog hosted by U of S
- Presentation on how to use WISKI for CCRN data
- WISKI training website (U of S)
Data Access (select datasets)
- Metadata for CCRN WECC observatories
- WISKI web interface tool (login name: public; password: public)
- Canadian Rockies Hydrological Observatory
- CCRN Data for Mobile Devices
Environment and Climate Change Canada Driving Data and Model Products
Presentations on CCRN Data Management
- Update on CCRN's data management system and activities (2nd AGM; Branko Zdravkovic)
- Data Management Issues for CCRN: Open Discussion (2nd AGM; Alan Barr)
- The CCRN Data Management Overview 2015 (3rd AGM; Branko Zdravkovic)
- The CCRN Data Management Overview 2016 (4th AGM; Branko Zdravkovic)
For further information on the history, current science focus and observational programme at each of the Water, Ecosystem, Climate, and Cryosphere (WECC) observatories, see http://www.ccrnetwork.ca/science/WECC/index.php. Enquiries and requests for specific data from WECC observatories should be directed to those responsible for operations at the sites (contact details are provided for each), and use of the data should involve discussion and agreement with those responsible for collection of the data.