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Data Series 812

DOI/GTN-P Climate and Active-Layer Data Acquired in the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, 1998–2011

By Frank E. Urban and Gary D. Clow

Lake 145

GTN-P code: —

Latitude: 70° 41.388′N

Longitude: 152° 37.995′W

Elevation: 6 meters above mean sea level

Installation date: 13 AUG 2007

Lake 145 location map Link to the Drew Point site Link to the Drew Point site Link to the Inigok site Link to the Fish Creek site Link to the Awuna1 site Link to the Umiat site Link to the Tunalik site Link to the Koluktak site Link to the South Meade site Link to the Awuna2 site Link to the Piksiksak site Link to the East Teshekpuk site Link to the East Teshekpuk site Link to the Ikpikpuk site Link to the Lake 145 site Link to the Lake 145 site Link to the Niguanak site Link to the Marsh Creek site Link to the Camden Bay site Link to the Red Sheep Creek site
Figure 1. Location map presenting the specific location of the Lake 145 site and its spatial relationship to other sites in the monitoring network. (NPR-A, National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska; ANWR, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge)
Lake 145 site photo during the summer, 2007
Figure 2. Lake 145 station in summer 2007. (Click image for larger version.)
Figure showing seasonal windroses
Figure 3. Lake 145: Seasonal windroses. The wind direction and speed data are divided into 16 wind direction categories (22.5° each) and 3 wind speed classes: less than 5 m s−1, between 5 m s−1 and 10 m s−1, and greater than 10 m s−1. The percentage of time that wind speeds occupy each class and directional category (concentric rings) is presented for each season: winter (December, January, February), spring (March, April, May), summer (June, July, August), and autumn (September, October, November). (m s−1, meter per second; U, wind speed; N, north; E, east; S, south; W, west;) (Click image for larger version.)

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Tables

Table 1a. Statistical summaries of air temperature data at monthly resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  L145Shore 
Variable:   Air temperature, in degrees Celsius 
  
File name:                 AK116_Tair_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  31 Oct 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   2.39  -5.57 -10.32 -19.70 
 2008 -29.07 -28.02 -29.29 -13.24  -4.77   3.60   6.42   4.06   0.80    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   0.98  -3.81    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -6.47   1.58   6.67   6.50   2.62  -4.47 -10.64 -25.21 
 2011 -24.51 -21.96 -22.68 -19.61  -5.53   1.52   6.85   
  
Minimum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -2.53 -16.22 -24.65 -39.96 
 2008 -44.43 -38.97 -39.86 -30.89 -15.59  -3.00  -0.81  -0.84  -2.85    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -7.65 -18.68    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN -22.95  -1.99  -1.06   0.62  -6.24 -11.35 -30.99 -37.96 
 2011 -40.04 -34.81 -33.32 -32.02 -21.62  -3.84   0.18   
  
Maximum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  13.94  -0.20  -3.82  -5.36 
 2008  -1.08  -8.50  -9.97   0.01   5.16  15.44  18.00  10.17   3.83    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  10.91   2.62    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   2.59   9.73  19.74  19.35  12.09  -0.06   0.97  -9.83 
 2011  -1.25  -0.47  -8.97  -5.30   7.52  12.57  18.91   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   0.52    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -1.07    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -0.89    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   0.75    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 
 2008 100.00 100.00 100.00  99.86 100.00 100.00 100.00  99.73  97.78  94.89  89.44   2.55 
 2009   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00  69.09  99.44  99.73  18.61   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00  24.86 100.00 100.00 100.00  99.87 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 
 2011 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00   



Table 1b. Statistical summaries of wind speed data at monthly resolution. Average, maximum, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Wind speed, in meters per second 
  
File name:                 AK116_U_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   5.43    NaN   6.01   4.21 
 2008   4.12   3.06   3.43   4.34   4.92   4.04   4.71   3.61   3.83   4.43   4.73    NaN 
 2009   3.81   4.63   4.29   3.89   4.02   5.72   5.10   4.46   4.34    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   5.09   5.67   4.29   4.69   4.29   6.40   5.01   3.32 
 2011    NaN   4.98    NaN   4.13   3.49   5.87   4.70   
  
Maximum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  11.03    NaN  14.86  18.87 
 2008  19.68  11.30   9.87  10.90  11.23   9.50  13.34  10.42  10.94  12.09  12.35    NaN 
 2009  18.92  13.73  15.35  10.14  11.12  10.40  11.14  12.55  10.69    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  10.63  11.86   8.98  11.89   9.66  15.00  18.42  11.68 
 2011    NaN  20.78    NaN  10.74   9.32  10.87  10.85   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   0.91    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   0.60    NaN    NaN    NaN  -0.69    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -0.30    NaN    NaN    NaN  -0.18    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   0.77    NaN    NaN    NaN  -0.23    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  -0.83    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 100.00  94.76  98.89 100.00 
 2008  99.06 100.00 100.00  99.86 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00  91.94 
 2009 100.00  97.92  97.04 100.00  99.87 100.00 100.00  98.52  99.44  94.89  16.94   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00  24.86 100.00 100.00 100.00  99.87 100.00 100.00  95.28  97.18 
 2011  86.96 100.00  94.09 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00   



Table 1c. Statistical summaries of ground temperature data at 10 and 120 centimeters depth at monthly resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  L145Shore 
Variable:   Ground temperature, in degrees Celsius 
  
File name:                 AK116_Tg_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  31 Oct 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Minimum Value Each Month (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Maximum Value Each Month (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2008   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2009   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2011   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   
  
Monthly Averages (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Minimum Value Each Month (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Maximum Value Each Month (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2008   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2009   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2011   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   



Table 1d. Statistical summaries of incident solar flux data at monthly resolution. Average, anomaly, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Incident solar flux, in watts per meter squared 
  
File name:                 AK116_So_d_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   59.9   17.9    1.6    0.1 
 2008    0.5   13.5   83.0  155.1  238.7  251.2  200.0  102.4   50.8   20.3    1.6    0.0 
 2009    0.6   10.8   73.3  154.8  237.1  233.1  204.4  107.1   52.4   17.1    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  228.6  263.3  180.3  119.3   63.8   19.5    1.6    0.0 
 2011    0.3   10.7   73.1  164.5  242.9  247.3  184.4   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    4.6    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    1.5    NaN    NaN    NaN   -4.5    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -0.1    NaN    NaN    NaN   -2.9    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -8.6    NaN    NaN    NaN    8.6    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    5.7    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0   99.9  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2008  100.0  100.0   99.7   99.4   99.9   99.9   99.9  100.0   98.1  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2009  100.0  100.0  100.0   99.9   99.9  100.0  100.0   98.5   99.3   99.7   18.6    0.0 
 2010    0.0    0.0    0.0   24.9   99.7   99.7  100.0   99.7  100.0  100.0   95.7  100.0 
 2011   99.5   97.0   99.7   99.6   99.6   99.9  100.0   


Table 1e. Statistical summaries of reflected solar flux data at monthly resolution. Average, anomaly, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Reflected solar flux, in watts per meter squared 
  
File name:                 AK116_So_u_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   12.6    1.4    0.0 
 2008    0.5   13.5   72.8  137.4  191.9   74.6   61.8   30.0   19.8   18.9    1.6    0.1 
 2009    0.7   11.9   76.4  145.5  198.2   83.3   59.9   32.2   24.1   14.0    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  189.3  111.7   52.6   33.7   25.4   17.6    2.4    0.2 
 2011    0.8   11.6   64.5  140.6  190.1   82.8   40.3   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -2.8    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   15.6    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    3.5    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   22.0    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -1.4    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   13.1    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.2    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   13.9    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0   90.1  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2008  100.0  100.0  100.0   99.9  100.0   99.6  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2009  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0   99.9  100.0  100.0   98.5   99.4   99.7   18.6    0.0 
 2010    0.0    0.0    0.0   24.9  100.0  100.0  100.0   99.9  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2011  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0   


Table 1f. Statistical summaries of rainfall data at monthly resolution. Maximum, accumulated total, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Rainfall, in millimeters 
  
File name:                 AK116_rain_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Maximum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.4    0.2    0.0    0.0 
 2008    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.7    1.3    1.0    1.2    0.3    0.0    0.0 
 2009    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.1    2.1    2.2    0.5    0.9    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.0    0.2    8.1    0.6    1.3    0.1    0.0    0.0 
 2011    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.4    2.1   
  
Accumulated Total for Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    4.7    0.5    0.0    0.0 
 2008    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    2.5   34.8   11.7    9.7    1.2    0.0    0.0 
 2009    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.1    7.2   52.8    3.9    3.8    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.0    0.3   46.0    3.0    6.3    0.1    0.0    0.0 
 2011    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    1.6   24.1   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2008  100.0  100.0   99.5   95.3   99.1   98.3  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2009  100.0  100.0  100.0   95.8   97.3   97.9  100.0   98.5   99.4   99.7   18.6    0.0 
 2010    0.0    0.0    0.0   23.8   95.2   99.3  100.0   99.9  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2011  100.0  100.0   99.6  100.0   99.6   99.6  100.0   


Table 1g. Statistical summaries of snow depth data at monthly resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 90 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 90 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Snow depth, in centimeters 
  
File name:                 AK116_snowD_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    3.9    5.4    8.6    7.8 
 2008    9.7   12.6   14.5   15.5   16.2    1.4    2.8    4.7    3.4    9.3   26.0   27.2 
 2009   29.7   37.9    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    1.3    2.3    4.7    8.4    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   46.7   13.6    5.2    3.8    1.2   11.3   23.1   28.9 
 2011   29.1   29.6   35.2   36.3   38.1   14.0    NaN   
  
Minimum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.5    3.6    5.2    5.9 
 2008    6.7    8.6   12.4    9.9    0.9   -1.4   -2.0    3.3    0.2    2.0   17.1   24.9 
 2009   25.7   31.4    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.2    0.5    1.5    7.5    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   40.8    0.3    1.5   -0.3   -0.7    4.3   16.6   25.9 
 2011   24.3   27.7   28.7   34.6   17.4   -0.9    NaN   
  
Maximum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    4.9    8.0   19.5   13.1 
 2008   12.7   17.0   16.9   20.9   23.7    4.1    6.4    8.1    7.6   23.0   29.1   31.4 
 2009   33.3   47.1    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.2    5.6    9.8    9.2    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   48.8   43.0    8.2    8.0    6.3   19.6   34.3   34.6 
 2011   31.4   32.4   36.9   38.1   70.0   19.0    NaN   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    1.2   -5.2   -9.1    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.7   -1.3    8.2    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -0.4   -6.0   -9.4    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -1.5    0.6    5.3    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0  100.0   99.9   96.7   98.7 
 2008   97.7   98.9   98.5   96.5   91.5   91.2   87.1   99.1   99.0   98.3   91.8   92.9 
 2009   76.7   61.3    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0   57.9   90.3   85.5   16.8    0.0 
 2010    0.0    0.0    0.0   14.7   60.9   60.8   78.5   71.1   70.8   67.2   88.6   95.6 
 2011   93.8   92.4   96.1   94.7   79.3   27.4    0.0   


Table 1h. Statistical summaries of soil moisture data at monthly resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Soil moisture, in water fraction by volume 
  
File name:                 AK116_Smoist_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.405  0.281  0.100    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.076  0.235  0.402  0.407  0.406  0.401  0.200  0.067 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.069  0.161  0.402  0.407  0.407  0.360    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.023  0.093  0.397  0.408  0.408  0.404  0.189  0.085 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.059  0.196  0.407   
  
Minimum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.403  0.130  0.069    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.057  0.118  0.398  0.406  0.406  0.365  0.091  0.055 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.053  0.095  0.398  0.403  0.407  0.135    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.016  0.040  0.380  0.405  0.408  0.378  0.132  0.048 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.040  0.099  0.406   
  
Maximum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.405  0.405  0.136    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.120  0.401  0.407  0.407  0.407  0.406  0.365  0.094 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.098  0.405  0.406  0.408  0.407  0.407    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.042  0.399  0.413  0.411  0.409  0.409  0.377  0.134 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.102  0.409  0.408   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN -0.002 -0.090    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.022    NaN    NaN    NaN -0.001  0.030    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.014    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.000 -0.011    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN -0.032    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.001  0.033    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.004    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 100.00 100.00 100.00  49.33 
 2008   0.00   0.00   0.00  24.03 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 
 2009  90.19   0.00   0.00  15.97  99.87 100.00 100.00  98.52  99.44  99.73  18.61   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00  24.86 100.00 100.00 100.00  99.87 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 
 2011  65.32   6.55   0.00  25.83 100.00 100.00 100.00   


Table 1i. Statistical summaries of surface pressure data at monthly resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Surface pressure, in millibars 
  
File name:                 AK116_P_mon_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Monthly Averages: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 1009.9 1009.3 1010.0 1013.3 
 2008 1014.9 1016.9 1023.7    NaN 1019.0 1011.7 1007.9 1014.4 1015.6 1009.0 1012.7 1020.9 
 2009 1017.6 1015.9 1025.4 1019.6 1018.8 1014.3 1017.8 1010.2 1010.8 1016.3    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 1021.7 1013.2 1009.5 1012.3 1013.9 1008.6 1012.2 1022.7 
 2011 1019.3 1015.0 1015.1 1018.1 1016.8 1013.9 1008.7   
  
Minimum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN  994.0  993.0  980.0  999.0 
 2008  988.0  987.0 1007.0    NaN  997.0  992.0  991.0  997.0 1001.0  996.0  992.0  990.0 
 2009  980.0  996.0  999.0 1001.0 1009.0 1005.0 1007.0  994.0  994.0  994.0    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 1007.0 1003.0  998.0  996.0  997.0  987.0  989.0  995.0 
 2011  991.0  990.0  991.0  997.0 1007.0  996.0  995.0   
  
Maximum Value Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 1020.0 1028.0 1040.0 1033.0 
 2008 1033.0 1047.0 1040.0    NaN 1033.0 1027.0 1021.0 1023.0 1027.0 1024.0 1036.0 1041.0 
 2009 1049.0 1045.0 1049.0 1031.0 1028.0 1029.0 1035.0 1022.0 1024.0 1035.0    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 1044.0 1027.0 1018.0 1026.0 1026.0 1019.0 1038.0 1039.0 
 2011 1054.0 1046.0 1031.0 1039.0 1034.0 1028.0 1021.0   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -1.4   -0.7    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.9    NaN    NaN    NaN    4.3   -1.0    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.8    NaN    NaN    NaN   -0.5    6.3    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    3.7    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.6   -1.4    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN   -1.2    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Month: 
  
 Year    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2008  100.0  100.0  100.0   22.9   97.0   99.9  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0 
 2009  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0   99.9  100.0  100.0   98.3   99.4   99.7   18.6    0.0 
 2010    0.0    0.0    0.0   24.9  100.0  100.0   97.3   99.9  100.0   95.6   99.9  100.0 
 2011  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0  100.0   


Table 2a. Statistical summaries of air temperature data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  L145Shore 
Variable:   Air temperature, in degrees Celsius 
  
File name:                 AK116_Tair_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  31 Oct 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  -4.51    NaN 
 2008 -25.54 -15.79   4.71    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN   4.95  -4.17    NaN 
 2011 -23.96 -15.90   
  
Minimum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN -24.65    NaN 
 2008 -44.43 -39.86  -3.00    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  -1.99 -30.99    NaN 
 2011 -40.04 -33.32   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  13.94    NaN 
 2008  -1.08   5.16  18.00    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  19.74  12.09    NaN 
 2011  -0.47   7.52   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00 100.00   0.00 
 2008 100.00  99.95  99.91  94.05   0.90 
 2009   0.88   0.00  23.28  72.89   0.24 
 2010   0.00  41.80  99.95 100.00   0.69 
 2011 100.00 100.00   



Table 2b. Statistical summaries of wind speed data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, maximum, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Wind speed, in meters per second 
  
File name:                 AK116_U_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN   5.77    NaN 
 2008   3.81   4.23   4.12   4.33   4.10 
 2009   4.10   4.07   5.09    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN   4.88   5.25    NaN 
 2011    NaN   3.53   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  14.86    NaN 
 2008  19.68  11.23  13.34  12.35  19.68 
 2009  18.92  15.35  12.55    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  11.89  18.42    NaN 
 2011    NaN  10.74   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00  97.85   0.00 
 2008  99.68  99.95 100.00 100.00   0.99 
 2009  96.57  98.96  99.50  70.70   0.84 
 2010   0.00  41.80  99.95  98.44   0.69 
 2011  94.54  98.01   


Table 2c. Statistical summaries of ground temperature data at 10- and 120- centimeters depth at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  L145Shore 
Variable:   Ground temperature, in degrees Celsius 
  
File name:                 AK116_Tg_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  31 Oct 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Minimum Value Each Season/Year (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year (10 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2008   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2009   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2011   0.00   0.00   
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Minimum Value Each Season/Year (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year (120 cm depth): 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2008   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2009   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2010   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00   0.00 
 2011   0.00   0.00   



Table 2d. Statistical summaries of incident solar-flux data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, anomaly, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Incident solar flux, in watts per meter squared 
  
File name:                 AK116_So_d_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN   26.4    NaN 
 2008    4.5  159.0  183.8   24.0   93.3 
 2009    3.6  155.0  181.3    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  186.8   28.6    NaN 
 2011    3.4  160.1   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0  100.0    0.0 
 2008  100.0   99.7   99.9   99.4    1.0 
 2009  100.0   99.9   99.5   72.8    0.8 
 2010    0.0   41.7   99.8   98.6    0.7 
 2011   98.9   99.6   


Table 2e. Statistical summaries of reflected solar-flux data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, anomaly, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Reflected solar flux, in watts per meter squared 
  
File name:                 AK116_So_u_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN   10.2    NaN 
 2008    4.5  134.0   55.2   13.5   52.0 
 2009    4.0  140.0   58.3    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN   65.5   15.2    NaN 
 2011    4.0  131.6   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0   96.7    0.0 
 2008  100.0  100.0   99.9  100.0    1.0 
 2009  100.0  100.0   99.5   72.9    0.8 
 2010    0.0   41.8  100.0  100.0    0.7 
 2011  100.0  100.0   


Table 2f. Statistical summaries of rainfall data at seasonal and annual resolution. Maximum, accumulated total, and percentage of data available. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Rainfall, in millimeters 
  
File name:                 AK116_rain_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    0.4    NaN 
 2008    0.0    0.0    1.3    1.2    1.3 
 2009    0.0    0.0    2.2    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    8.1    1.3    NaN 
 2011    0.0    0.0   
  
Accumulated Total for Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    5.2    NaN 
 2008    0.0    0.0   49.0   10.9   59.9 
 2009    0.0    0.0   60.1    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN   49.3    6.4    NaN 
 2011    0.0    0.0   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0  100.0    0.0 
 2008  100.0   98.0   99.5  100.0    1.0 
 2009  100.0   97.7   98.8   72.9    0.8 
 2010    0.0   39.8   99.7  100.0    0.7 
 2011  100.0   99.7   


Table 2g. Statistical summaries of snow depth data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 90 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 90 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Snow depth, in centimeters 
  
File name:                 AK116_snowD_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    5.9    NaN 
 2008   10.0   15.4    3.0   12.5   11.9 
 2009   30.7    NaN    1.3    3.9   13.7 
 2010    NaN   46.2    7.1   12.7   17.5 
 2011   29.2   36.4   
  
Minimum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.5    NaN 
 2008    5.9    0.9   -2.0    0.2   -2.0 
 2009   24.9    NaN    0.2    0.5    0.2 
 2010    NaN   39.6   -0.3   -0.7   -0.7 
 2011   24.3   17.4   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN   19.5    NaN 
 2008   17.0   23.7    8.1   29.1   31.4 
 2009   47.1    NaN    2.2    9.8   47.1 
 2010    NaN   48.8   43.0   34.3   48.8 
 2011   34.6   70.0   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN   -4.4    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.2    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN   -6.4    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    2.4    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0   98.9    0.0 
 2008   98.4   95.5   92.5   96.4    1.0 
 2009   77.5    0.0   19.5   64.4    0.3 
 2010    0.0   25.3   70.2   75.5    0.5 
 2011   94.0   90.0   


Table 2h. Statistical summaries of soil moisture data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Soil moisture, in water fraction by volume 
  
File name:                 AK116_Smoist_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.262    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN  0.349  0.336    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN  0.324    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  0.301  0.335    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Minimum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.069    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN  0.118  0.091    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN  0.095    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  0.040  0.132    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  0.405    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN  0.407  0.407    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN  0.408    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  0.413  0.409    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007   0.00   0.00   0.00 100.00   0.00 
 2008  16.80  41.53 100.00 100.00   0.69 
 2009  65.51  38.86  99.50  72.89   0.61 
 2010   0.00  41.80  99.95 100.00   0.69 
 2011  58.98  42.12   


Table 2i. Statistical summaries of surface pressure data at seasonal and annual resolution. Average, minimum, maximum, anomaly, and percentage of data available. Anomalies are calculated relative to the entire available period of record for the given site. 95 percent of the data must be available in order to calculate statistics. Periods with less than the 95 percent requirement are represented by NaN (not a number).

Site name:  Lake145Shore 
Variable:   Surface pressure, in millibars 
  
File name:                 AK116_P_sea_stats.txt 
Date of file preparation:  05 Jul 2013 
Name of file preparer:     Frank Urban 
  
Seasonal/Annual Averages: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN 1009.7    NaN 
 2008 1015.0    NaN 1011.3 1012.4    NaN 
 2009 1018.2 1021.3 1014.1    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN 1011.7 1011.6    NaN 
 2011 1019.1 1016.7   
  
Minimum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN  980.0    NaN 
 2008  987.0    NaN  991.0  992.0    NaN 
 2009  980.0  999.0  994.0    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN  996.0  987.0    NaN 
 2011  990.0  991.0   
  
Maximum Value Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN 1040.0    NaN 
 2008 1047.0    NaN 1027.0 1036.0    NaN 
 2009 1049.0 1049.0 1035.0    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN 1027.0 1038.0    NaN 
 2011 1054.0 1039.0   
  
Anomaly Relative to the Climatological Mean: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2008    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2009    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2010    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN    NaN 
 2011    NaN    NaN   
  
Percent of Data Available during Each Season/Year: 
  
 Year WINTER SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN ANNUAL 
  
 2007    0.0    0.0    0.0  100.0    0.0 
 2008  100.0   73.9  100.0  100.0    0.9 
 2009  100.0  100.0   99.4   72.9    0.8 
 2010    0.0   41.8   99.0   98.4    0.7 
 2011  100.0  100.0   

First posted January 17, 2014


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