Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Importance of Land-Use

Warning: This post may seem off-topic or even scattered, but stay with me! In last week’s post, we presented some preliminary analyses to show how temperature data can be extended both spatially and temporally using select NCDC-Daily weather stations. These … Continue reading

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Extending our temperature data: CBNERRS North Edition

The CBNERRS station located at Jug Bay, Maryland includes over 11 years of meteorological data. Lucky for us, 11 years in the minimum length required by Climdex to calculate climate extreme indices in their gridded data set. One question that … Continue reading

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Working with Data: An adventure!

The National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) has a plethora of time series data freely and openly available. These data sets include meteorological parameters (air temperature, precipitation, etc.), water quality parameters (water temperature, salinity, dissolved oxygen, etc.), and nutrients for … Continue reading

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Welcome to SciencePensieve: an Introductory Post

Welcome to the inaugural post of SciencePensieve! The purpose of this first post is to provide you, the reader, with the basic background on what SciencePensieve is, why it exists, and what you can expect to see over the course of its existence. Continue reading

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The Who, What, When, Where & Why

Welcome to SciencePensieve! This blog is an interactive and “raw” view of science-at-work for a research project investigating how climate change will affect Chesapeake Bay ecosystems. Throughout the duration of this NOAA-funded research project, I will be posting and updating … Continue reading

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