This documents my exploration of the Crater Lake SNOTEL using the hydroTSM package, which has many automatic aggregating functions. This package is primarily used for stream gauge data (I think), but for this example I am using it on a different type of water measurement, snow depth, Snow Water Equivalent (SWE), and temperature data.
This documents my initial data management and analysis of Crater Lake National Park's SNOTEL data from 2000-2014.
This is a discussion of visualizations techniques for exploring suitable habitat information developed by Trevor Bloom in support of his M.S. Botany Thesis.
This document serves as a note sheet for comparing snow distribution and wildfire occurrence in the US Northern Rockies.
Completed as an assignment for WWU's ESCI597A. This is a study of Crater Lake and Yosemite area snow departure timing
This document is written as a homework submission for Western Washington University's ESCI 597A Time Series and Spatial Analysis course. See rpubs.com/andybunn/ for more information.
Prepared as a homework assignment for WEstern Washington University's ESCI 597A Time series and Spatial Analysis course by Andy Bunn. Notes found on rpubs.com/AndyBunn
Assignment for ESCI 597A Western Washington University
This document is written for Western Washington's ESCI597A Time Seties and Spatial Analysis course. -Donal O'Leary 4/3/2015