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  • SBC LTER: Land: Hydrology: Daily precipitation from station UCSB-200, 1951-ongoing
  • Santa Barbara Coastal LTER
  • Melack, John M
  • 2013-06-05
  • These daily total precipitation data represent reference material for the SBC LTER samplilng area, and are for general use. Data were collected by the Santa Barbara County Flood Control District at the station UCSB200, starting in 1951. Dataset will be updated annually, for the previous water-year. These data were collected in accordance with current industry standards using a tipping gauge. Related data: High frequency data from this station are also available. See data set titled: SBCLTER: Land: Hydrology: Santa Barbara County Flood Control District - Precipitation at UCSB200 (id = knb-lter-sbc.5016).
  • N: 34.415      S: 34.415      E: -119.84611111      W: -119.84611111
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  • doi:10.6073/pasta/d86dc08802ecbd5f7204f37f5a61d9f4
  • This data package is derived from the following sources:
    1. County of Santa Barbara Precipitation Data

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