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# ID;28
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.AE.H2OFlux_Odc
title;Surface flux dataset (including meteorological data, radiative budget, surface energy, water vapor and carbon fluxes), within the Donga watershed (600 km2), Benin
publicationYear;2005
subject:main;Land surface exchange, water budget, energy budget, Sudanian vegetation, evapo-transpiration, Sudanian hydrology
subject:var;Wind Speed
subject:var;Net Radiation at height 18 m
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation at height 18 m
subject:var;Relative Humidity at height 18 m
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation at height 18 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 10 cm (loc. c)
subject:var;Wind Direction at height 18 m
subject:var;Air Pressure
subject:var;Wind Direction at height 5 m
subject:var;Sensible Heat Flux
subject:var;Air Pressure at height 5 m
subject:var;Ventilated Relative Humidity
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 10 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Relative Humidity
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction at height 15 m
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction at height 18 m
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation at height 5 m
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation at height 5 m
subject:var;Air Temperature at height 5 m
subject:var;Net Radiation at height 5 m
subject:var;Ventilated Air Temperature
subject:var;Outgoing Longwave Radiation
subject:var;Air Temperature at height 15 m
subject:var;Wind Speed at height 15 m
subject:var;Relative Humidity at height 15 m
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction at height 5 m
subject:var;Carbon Dioxide Mean Concentration
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Incoming Longwave Radiation at height 18 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 10 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Relative Humidity at height 5 m
subject:var;Carbon Dioxide Mean Concentration at height 18 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 20 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Wind Direction
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 50 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Wind Direction at height 15 m
subject:var;Wind Speed at height 5 m
subject:var;Ventilated Relative Humidity at height 5 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content integrated from 0 to -30 cm (loc. c)
subject:var;Outgoing Longwave Radiation at height 18 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 40 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Latent Heat Flux
subject:var;Wind Speed at height 18 m
subject:var;Air Temperature
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 40 cm (loc. c)
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 20 cm (loc. c)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 50 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 10 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content integrated from 0 to -30 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Ventilated Air Temperature at height 5 m
subject:var;Air Temperature at height 18 m
subject:var;Net Radiation
subject:var;Incoming Longwave Radiation
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Jean Martial Cohard;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;2005-11-11/
description:Abstract;Measure components of the local-scale energy budget. Obtain forcing and validation data for modeling of soil-vegetation-atmosphere exchanges in Sudanian climate. Contribute to the flux station network over the AMMA regional transect.
description:SeriesInformation;Sensible & latent heat, CO2 and radiation fluxes, meteorological variables, soil moisture, soil temperature and soil heat flux over two different land cover types, a herbaceous fallow (Nalohou) and a clear forest (Belefoungou).
description:Other;Mamadou, O., Cohard, J. M., Galle, S., Awanou, C. N., Diedhiou, A., Kounouhewa, B. and Peugeot, C., 2014: Energy fluxes and surface characteristics over a cultivated area in Benin: daily and seasonal dynamics. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 893-914, doi:10.5194/hess-18-893-2014.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Donga
geoLocationBox;9.7448 1.6046 9.7912 1.718
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# ID;32
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.Veg_Gh
title;Vegetation dataset (seasonal dynamics of herbaceous vegetation), within the Hombori site (2500 km2), Mali
publicationYear;2005
subject:main;Seasonal vegetation dynamics, herbs, tree foliage, vegetation phenology
subject:var;Foliage Clumping Index
subject:var;Leaf Area Index
subject:var;Vegetation Cover Fraction (from hemispherical photos)
subject:var;Vegetation Cover Fraction (from standard photos)
subject:var;Direct Fraction Of Absorbed Photosynthetically Active Radiation
subject:var;Aboveground Herbaceous Mass
subject:var;Aboveground Herbaceous Mass Standard Deviation
subject:var;Diffuse Fraction Of Absorbed Photosynthetically Active Radiation
subject:var;Plant Area Index
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Eric Mougin;affiliation;GET
date:Collected;2005-04-16/
description:Abstract;Quantification of seasonal dynamics of herbaceous vegetation and tree foliage on sites for which the long term dynamics is also monitored (see CL.VegHerb_G). The main objectives are to analyze the different processes that control primary production and degradation of vegetation and to test models (e.g, STEP).
description:SeriesInformation;Aboveground herbaceous mass, vegetation cover fraction, LAI are monitored in sites located within the Hombori super-site and representatives of the 3 main components of the landscape: sand dunes (Agoufou, Hombori Hondo, Tara and Timbadior), erosion surface (Eguerit), seasonally inundated clay soils (Kelma plain) and millet (Bilantao). For mass estimation, the herbaceous layer is monitored using a stratified random technique. Measurements are performed at least every month during the rainy season, from June to mid-October and twice during the dry season. LAI is estimated using hemispherical photographs. For the Kelma forest, hemispherical photographs are also used to derive the Plant Area Index (PAI).
description:Other;Hiernaux P., Mougin E., Diarra L. Soumaguel N., Lavenu F., Tracol Y., Diawara M., 2009: Sahelian rangeland response to changes in rainfall over two decades in the Gourma region, Mali. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 114-127, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.005.
description:Other;Mougin, E., Hiernaux, P., Ada, L., Grippa, M., de Rosnay, P., Timouk, F., Le Dantec, V., Demarez, V., Lavenu, F., Arjounin, M., Lebel, T., Soumaguel, N., Ceschia, E., Mougenot, B., Baup, F., Frappart, F., Frison, PL., Gardelle, J., Gruhier, C., Jarlan, L., Mangiarotti, S., Sanou, B., Tracol, Y., Guichard, F., Trichon, V., Diarra, L., Soumare, A., Koite, M., Dembele, F., Lloyd, C., Hanan, NP., Damesin, C., Delon, C., Serca, D., Galy-Lacaux, C., Seghieri, J., Becerra, S., Dia, H., Gangneron, F., Mazzega, P., 2009: The AMMA-CATCH Gourma observatory site in Mali: Relating climatic variations to changes in vegetation, surface hydrology, fluxes and natural resources. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 14-33, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.06.045.
description:Other;Mougin, E., Demarez, V., Diawara, M., Hiernaux, P., Soumaguel, N., Berg, A., 2014: Estimation of LAI fAPAR and fCover of Sahel rangelands (Gourma Mali). Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 198-199, 155-167, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2014.08.006.
geoLocationPlace;Mali
geoLocationPlace;Hombori super site
geoLocationBox;15.2175 -1.6983 15.5041 -1.3976
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# ID;17
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Run_Od
title;Surface water dataset (river discharge), within the Donga watershed (600 km2), Benin
publicationYear;1998
subject:main;Discharge
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (10 minutes)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow
subject:var;Water Level
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (15 minutes)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Luc Séguis;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;1998-06-06/
description:Abstract;Long term measurements (LOP) of the river discharge to documentate the surface water balance of 6 nested catchments (12 to 586 km2). The electrical conductivity of river water is an integrative measure that allows documentation of the origin of waters (rainfall, surface and sub-surface runoff, water table drainage). Associated to the chemical characterization of water (CE.Wchem_Od), these data give insight into processes of runoff generation, allow to compute water balance components and constitute validation datasets for hydrological models.
description:SeriesInformation;Automatic measurement of water level converted into flow and electrical conductivity. Calibration of the stage-discharge relationships is made by an Acoustic Doppler Current Profilometer. A value = 9999 stands for a dry river.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Donga super site
geoLocationBox;9.7106 1.6099 9.7522 1.9447
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# ID;36
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.SW_Gha
title;Soil dataset (soil moisture profiles), within the Agoufou watershed (250 km2), Mali
publicationYear;2007
subject:main;Water redistribution, soil humidity profile
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 30 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 40 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 20 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 1 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content integrated from 0 to -6 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 40 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 20 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 10 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 60 cm
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
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geoLocationBox;15.3366 -1.4841 15.3454 -1.4781
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# ID;22
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.SW_Nc
title;Soil dataset (soil moisture and temperature profiles), within the Fakara site (2 000 km2), Niger
publicationYear;2004
subject:main;Soil temperature, soil moisture content
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 5 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period -0.4 to -0.7 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 5 cm (2)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 28 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 11 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at height 1.19 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 2.3 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 70 cm
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 50 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 15 cm
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 15 cm
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1.15 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 2 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 2.47 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS615 Period -0.7 to -1 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 1.33 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 30 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 1.97 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 47 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 2.27 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 1.5 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1.5 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at height 86 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 2.5 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at height 28 cm
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 85 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 25 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 85 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 30 cm
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 25 cm
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 55 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period -1.3 to -1.6 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 30 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at height 43 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at height 38 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period -1.4 to -1.7 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period -0.1 to -0.4 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period -0.7 to -1 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period -1.05 to -1.35 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 1.15 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS615 Period -1.05 to -1.35 m
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 29 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 55 cm
subject:var;Soil Water/Watermark Conductance at depth 1.47 m
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Bernard Cappelaere;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;2004-12-31/
description:Abstract;Documentation of soil water content and of soil hydrodynamic behaviour from surface to 2.5 m deep. Knowledge of main infiltration areas and of the speed of water front progression.
description:SeriesInformation;Soil moisture and temperature profiles (0 - ~2m) in various soil cover types and in presumed preferential infiltration zones: millet, fallow, gully, vegetated and bare soil areas in tiger bush.
description:Other;Cappelaere, B., Descroix, L., Lebel, T., Boulain, N., Ramier, D., Laurent, J.P., Favreau, G., Boubkraoui, S., Boucher, M., Moussa, I.B., Chaffard, V., Hiernaux, P., Issoufou, H.B.A., Le Breton, E., Mamadou, I., Nazoumou, Y., Oi, M., Ottle, C. and Quantin, G., 2009: The AMMA-CATCH experiment in the cultivated Sahelian area of south-west Niger - Investigating water cycle response to a fluctuating climate and changing environment. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 34-51, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.06.021.
description:Other;Pellarin, T., Laurent, J.P., Cappelaere, B., Decharme, B., Descroix, L. and Ramier, D., 2009: Hydrological modelling and associated microwave emission of a semi-arid region in South-western Niger. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 262-272, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.12.003
geoLocationPlace;Niger
geoLocationPlace;Niger Central super site
geoLocationBox;13.5409 2.63 13.6456 2.7091
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# ID;1
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Rain_N
title;Precipitation dataset (5 minutes rainfall), 30 long-term stations over the Niamey square degree site (16 000 km2), Niger
publicationYear;1990
subject:main;Rainfall, precipitation, tropical convection
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous hour)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 5 minutes)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 24 hours)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Gérémy Panthou;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;1990-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of rainfall in the Sahelian zone. The aim is to characterize the temporal and spatial variability of rainfall at meso-scale, with a good resolution of the convective scale patterns. Data is used in hydrological modelling and assimilation activities, process studies as well as for validation of satellite products.
description:SeriesInformation;Long term rainfall measurements collected since 1990 (Long Observation Period) by 30 recording raingauges over the Niamey meso site (1.6-3.1°E/12.8-14.1°N) with a regular sampling of about 25x25 km². NB: Negative values are missing values. Negative value other than -9999.9 is missing value estimated from the bucket. For a period with such missing data, although the same value is indicated for each timestep, the value applies to the whole time period.
description:Other;Balme, M., Vischel, T., Lebel, T., Peugeot, C. and Galle, S., 2006: Assessing the water balance in the Sahel: Impact of small scale rainfall variability on runoff: Part 1: Rainfall variability analysis. Journal of Hydrology, 331, 336-348, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2006.05.020.
description:Other;Ali, A., Lebel, T., Amani, A., 2003: Invariance in the Spatial Structure of Sahelian Rain Fields at Climatological Scales. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4, 996-1011, doi: 10.1175/1525-7541(2003)004<0996:IITSSO>2.0.CO,2.
geoLocationPlace;Niger
geoLocationPlace;Niamey meso site
geoLocationBox;12.9968 1.6905 13.847 3.0588
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# ID;38
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.Sap_Odc
title;Vegetation dataset (sap flow), within the Donga watershed (600km2), Benin
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subject:main;Sap flow, tree transpiration
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 10 to 20 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 0 to 50 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 60 to 85 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 5 to 30 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 30 to 55 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 60 to 85 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 90 to 115 mm depth
subject:var;Sap Flow Density from 5 to 30 mm depth
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Christophe Peugeot;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;2010-12-31/
......@@ -244,107 +45,99 @@ geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Donga
geoLocationBox;9.7912 1.7167 9.8267 1.718
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# ID;2
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.Rain_Nc
title;Precipitation dataset (5 minutes rainfall), over the Niamey square degree site (16 000 km2), Niger
publicationYear;2005
# ID;9
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Rain_Cotonou
title;Precipitation dataset (5 minutes rainfall), at Cotonou, Benin
publicationYear;2008
subject:main;Rainfall, precipitation, tropical convection
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous hour)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 5 minutes)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 24 hours)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 5 minutes)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous hour)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Gérémy Panthou;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;2005-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of rainfall in the Sahelian zone. The aim is to characterize the temporal and spatial variability of rainfall down to the local scale, where process studies are carried on. Data is used in hydrological modelling and process studies.
description:SeriesInformation;Rainfall measurements collected since 2005 (Enhanced Observation Period of the AMMA project) by ~25 recording raingauges to complement and densify the meso site network (CL.Rain_N), in particular over the Niger Central supersite. NB: Negative values are missing values. Negative value other than -9999.9 is missing value estimated from the bucket. For a period with such missing data, although the same value is indicated for each timestep, the value applies to the whole time period.
description:Other;Balme, M., Vischel, T., Lebel, T., Peugeot, C. and Galle, S., 2006: Assessing the water balance in the Sahel: Impact of small scale rainfall variability on runoff: Part 1: Rainfall variability analysis. Journal of Hydrology, 331, 336-348, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2006.05.020.
description:Other;Ali, A., Lebel, T., Amani, A., 2003: Invariance in the Spatial Structure of Sahelian Rain Fields at Climatological Scales. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4, 996-1011, doi: 10.1175/1525-7541(2003)004<0996:IITSSO>2.0.CO,2.
geoLocationPlace;Niger
geoLocationPlace;Niamey meso site
geoLocationBox;13.4025 1.9307 14.1806 2.8422
date:Collected;2008-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of rainfall climatology based on a tipping bucket rain gage in the reference point of the DMN station, in the town of Cotonou, in Benin.
description:SeriesInformation;Monitoring rainfall at the DMN station in Cotonou for climatological reference. NB: Negative values are missing values. Negative value other than -9999.9 is missing value estimated from the bucket. For a period with such missing data, although the same value is indicated for each timestep, the value applies to the whole time period.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Cotonou
geoLocationBox;5.412 1.116 6.3572 2.3884
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# ID;34
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.VegHerb_G
title;Vegetation dataset (interannual dynamics of herbaceous vegetation), within the Gourma site (30 000 km2), Mali
# ID;25
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.AE.H2OFlux_Ncw
title;Surface flux dataset (including meteorological data, radiative budget, surface energy, water vapor and carbon fluxes), over the Wankama watershed (1 km2), Niger
publicationYear;2005
subject:main;Vegetation yields, vegetation species (when possible)
subject:var;Aboveground Maximum Herbaceous Mass
subject:var;Aboveground Maximum Herbaceous Mass Standard Deviation
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Eric Mougin;affiliation;GET
date:Collected;2005-08-17/
description:Abstract;Monitor the inter-annual dynamics of herbaceous productivity (maximum aboveground mass) in relation with climate and land use practice. A network of reading rain gauges (since 2005) are associated to the vegetation sites.
description:SeriesInformation;Herbaceous vegetation aboveground mass are recorded in field sites, 1x1km in size. Vegetation variables are measured in 12 plots (1x1m) sampled under a random stratified method in each of the vegetation facies within site. These measures are done once a year at peak mass. In 2015, estimated masses should probably be corrected by about 15-20% due to late measurements.
description:Other;Dardel, C., Kergoat, L., Hiernaux, P., Mougin, E., Grippa, M. and Tucker, C.J., 2014: Re-greening Sahel: 30 years of remote sensing data and field observations (Mali Niger). Remote Sensing of Environment, 140, 350-364, doi:10.1016/j.rse.2013.09.011.
description:Other;Hiernaux P., Mougin E., Diarra L. Soumaguel N., Lavenu F., Tracol Y., Diawara M., 2009: Sahelian rangeland response to changes in rainfall over two decades in the Gourma region, Mali. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 114-127, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.005.
description:Other;Mougin, E., Hiernaux, P., Ada, L., Grippa, M., de Rosnay, P., Timouk, F., Le Dantec, V., Demarez, V., Lavenu, F., Arjounin, M., Lebel, T., Soumaguel, N., Ceschia, E., Mougenot, B., Baup, F., Frappart, F., Frison, PL., Gardelle, J., Gruhier, C., Jarlan, L., Mangiarotti, S., Sanou, B., Tracol, Y., Guichard, F., Trichon, V., Diarra, L., Soumare, A., Koite, M., Dembele, F., Lloyd, C., Hanan, NP., Damesin, C., Delon, C., Serca, D., Galy-Lacaux, C., Seghieri, J., Becerra, S., Dia, H., Gangneron, F., Mazzega, P., 2009: The AMMA-CATCH Gourma observatory site in Mali: Relating climatic variations to changes in vegetation, surface hydrology, fluxes and natural resources. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 14-33, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.06.045.
geoLocationPlace;Mali
geoLocationPlace;Gourma meso site
geoLocationBox;14.7624 -1.9042 16.782 -1.2747
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# ID;12
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.AL.Met_Nc
title;Meteorological dataset (including radiative budget and soil variables), within the Niamey square degree site (16 000 km2), Niger
publicationYear;2005
subject:main;Meteorology
subject:main;Land surface exchange, water budget, energy budget, sahelian vegetation, evapo-transpiration, sahelian hydrology
subject:var;Wind Speed
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 5 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS650 Period at depth 10 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 10 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 5 cm (2)
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction (2)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 50 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 1 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Sensible Heat Flux
subject:var;Wind Speed (2)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 30 minutes)
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 5 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 1.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 10 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Wind Direction (2)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 2.5 m
subject:var;Precipitation Rate
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 50 cm
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (since January 1)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 2 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 2.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Relative Humidity
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 2.5 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 1 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS650 Period at depth 2 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 1 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 10 cm
subject:var;Outgoing Longwave Radiation
subject:var;Carbon Dioxide Flux
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS650 Period at depth 2.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1.5 m
subject:var;Carbon Dioxide Mean Concentration
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 5 cm (3)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 50 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 1.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 2.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Wind Direction
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 50 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS650 Period at depth 1.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Latent Heat Flux
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 10 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 2 m
subject:var;Air Temperature
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 1.5 m
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 2 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 2.5 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 1 m
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 2 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 5 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS650 Period at depth 50 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS616 Period at depth 50 cm
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 2 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 10 cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (since last tip)
subject:var;Soil Moisture/CS650 Period at depth 1 m (loc. b)
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 5 cm (2)
subject:var;Incoming Longwave Radiation
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Jérôme Demarty;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;2005-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of climate components.
description:SeriesInformation;Measurements of meteorological and soils variables. Measurements are integrated on 15 minutes time step.
description:Abstract;Measure components of the local-scale energy budget. Obtain forcing and validation data for modeling of soil-vegetation-atmosphere exchanges in Sahel. Contribute to the flux station network over the AMMA regional transect.
description:SeriesInformation;Sensible & latent heat, CO2 and radiation fluxes, meteorological variables, soil moisture, temperature and heat flux over two typical land cover types (fallow and cultivated millet).
description:Other;Ramier, D., Boulain, N., Cappelaere, B., Timouk, F., Rabanit, M., Lloyd, C.R., Boubkraoui, S., Metayer, F., Descroix, L. and Wawrzyniak, V., 2009: Towards an understanding of coupled physical and biological processes in the cultivated Sahel-1. Energy and water. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 204-216, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.12.002.
description:Other;Boulain, N., Cappelaere, B., Ramier, D., Issoufou, H.B.A., Halilou, O., Seghieri, J., Guillemin, F., Oi, M., Gignoux, J. and Timouk, F., 2009: Towards an understanding of coupled physical and biological processes in the cultivated Sahel-2. Vegetation and carbon dynamics. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 190-203, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.045.
description:Other;Cappelaere, B., Descroix, L., Lebel, T., Boulain, N., Ramier, D., Laurent, J.P., Favreau, G., Boubkraoui, S., Boucher, M., Moussa, I.B., Chaffard, V., Hiernaux, P., Issoufou, H.B.A., Le Breton, E., Mamadou, I., Nazoumou, Y., Oi, M., Ottle, C. and Quantin, G., 2009: The AMMA-CATCH experiment in the cultivated Sahelian area of south-west Niger - Investigating water cycle response to a fluctuating climate and changing environment. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 34-51, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.06.021.
geoLocationPlace;Niger
geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Niger Central
geoLocationPoint;13.5311 2.6613
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# BEGIN;
# ID;7
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Rain_O
title;Precipitation dataset (5 minutes rainfall), 30 long-term stations over the upper Oueme watershed (14 000 km2), Benin
publicationYear;1999
subject:main;Rainfall, precipitation, tropical convection
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous hour)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 5 minutes)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 24 hours)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Gérémy Panthou;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;1999-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of rainfall in the soudanian zone. The aim is to characterize the temporal and spatial variability of rainfall at meso-scale, with a good resolution of the convective scale patterns. Data is used in modelling and assimilation activities, process studies as well as for validation of satellite products.
description:SeriesInformation;Rainfall measurements collected since 1999 (Long Observation Period) by recording raingauges over the Oueme basin (1.4-2.9°E, 8.9-10.2°N). It was designed for a homogeneous coverage of the basin with 29 gages. NB: Negative values are missing values. Negative value other than -9999.9 is missing value estimated from the bucket. For a period with such missing data, although the same value is indicated for each timestep, the value applies to the whole time period.
description:Other;Depraetere, C., Gosset, M., Ploix, S. and Laurent, H., 2009: The organization and kinematics of tropical rainfall systems ground tracked at mesoscale with gages: First results from the campaigns 1999-2006 on the Upper Oueme Valley (Benin). Journal of Hydrology, 375, 143-160, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.01.011.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Oueme meso site
geoLocationBox;8.9924 1.4482 10.2355 2.7
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;8
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Rain_Od
title;Precipitation dataset (5 minutes rainfall), over the Donga watershed (600 km2), Benin
publicationYear;1999
subject:main;Rainfall, precipitation, tropical convection
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous hour)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 5 minutes)
subject:var;Precipitation Amount (previous 24 hours)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Gérémy Panthou;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;1999-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of rainfall in the soudanian zone. The aim is to characterize the temporal and spatial variability of rainfall down to the local scale, in some sub-areas of the Oueme basin where process studies are carried on. Data is used in modelling and process studies.
description:SeriesInformation;Rainfall measurements collected since 1999 by recording raingauges to complement and densify the Oueme (CL.Rain_O) network, in particular over the Donga basin. NB: Negative values are missing values. Negative value other than -9999.9 is missing value estimated from the bucket. For a period with such missing data, although the same value is indicated for each timestep, the value applies to the whole time period.
description:Other;Depraetere, C., Gosset, M., Ploix, S. and Laurent, H., 2009: The organization and kinematics of tropical rainfall systems ground tracked at mesoscale with gages: First results from the campaigns 1999-2006 on the Upper Oueme Valley (Benin). Journal of Hydrology, 375, 143-160, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.01.011.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Oueme meso site
geoLocationBox;8.9138 1.5524 10.2304 2.9438
geoLocationBox;13.644 2.6298 13.6476 2.6337
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;10
......@@ -363,53 +156,6 @@ geoLocationPlace;Niger Central super site
geoLocationBox;13.5015 2.637 13.6146 2.7569
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;13
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.AL.Met_Od
title;Meteorological dataset (including radiative budget), within the Donga watershed (600 km2), Benin
publicationYear;2002
subject:main;Meteorology
subject:var;Wind Speed
subject:var;Air Pressure
subject:var;Relative Humidity
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Wind Direction
subject:var;Air Temperature
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Net Radiation
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Sylvie Galle;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;2002-03-01/
description:Abstract;Document atmospheric forcing and reference evapotranspiration (Eto) estimation.
description:SeriesInformation;Measurements of meteorological variables. The sensors are attached to a 2m hight mast, the wind is measured at 2 m. Measurements are made at 10 s intervals, data are averaged and recorded every 15 min in the data logger.
description:Other;Lebel, T., Cappelaere, B., Galle, S., Hanan, N., Kergoat, L., Levis, S., Vieux, B., Descroix, L., Gosset, M., Mougin, E., Peugeot, C., Seguis, L., 2009: AMMA-CATCH studies in the Sahelian region of West-Africa: An overview. Journal of Hydrology, 3-13, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.03.020.
description:Other;Galle S., Roko F., Le Lay M., Peugeot C., 2007: Variability of reference evapotranspiration over the upper Ouémé basin (Benin) for 40 years. In: J.-L. Redelsberger (Editor), "2nd AMMA Int. Conf." AMMA, Karlsruhe GE.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Donga
geoLocationBox;9.692 1.6615 9.7421 1.802
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;16
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Run_O
title;Surface water dataset (river discharge), within the upper Oueme watershed (14 000 km2 ), Benin
publicationYear;1996
subject:main;Discharge
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (hourly)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (daily average)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Upper Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (hourly)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Lower Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (hourly)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Upper Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (daily average)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Lower Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (daily average)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Christophe Peugeot;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;1996-01-01/
description:Abstract;Long-term measurements (LOP) of river discharge and electrical conductivity of water on the sub-basins of the Upper Oueme. Allow to relate runoff fluctuation to rainfall variability. The electrical conductivity of river water is an integrative measure that allows documentation of the origin of waters (rainfall, surface and sub-surface runoff, watertable drainage). Associated to the chemical characterization of water (CE.Wchem_O), these data give insight into process of runoff generation, allow to compute water balance components and constitute validation datasets for hydrological models.
description:SeriesInformation;Automatic measurement of water level converted into flow and electrical conductivity. Calibration of the stage-discharge relationships is made by an Acoustic Doppler Current Profilometer
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Oueme meso site
geoLocationBox;9.082 1.819 9.954 2.399
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;29
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.Run_Nct
title;Surface water dataset (river discharge), within the Tondikiboro and Mele Haoussa watersheds (< 35 ha), Niger
......@@ -446,41 +192,21 @@ geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Niger Central
geoLocationBox;13.53 1.6001 13.8852 2.7091
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# BEGIN;
# ID;31
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.RainD_Gh
title;Precipitation dataset (daily rainfall), over the Hombori site (2500 km2), Mali
# ID;19
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.GwatWell_N
title;Groundwater dataset (water table level), over the Niamey square degree site (16 000 km2), Niger
publicationYear;2003
subject:main;Daily rainfall, precipitation, tropical convection
subject:var;Precipitation Amount
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Eric Mougin;affiliation;GET
date:Collected;2003-05-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of daily rainfall in Northern Sahel. The aim is to characterize the temporal and spatial variability within the Hombori super-site. Data will be used in modelling and assimilation activities, as well as for validation of satellite products. The synoptic meteorological Hombori station has stopped to operate since 2011.
description:SeriesInformation;Rainfall measurements collected since 2003 by a network of daily reading raingauges deployed in the Hombori super site.
description:Other;Hiernaux P., Mougin E., Diarra L. Soumaguel N., Lavenu F., Tracol Y., Diawara M., 2009: Sahelian rangeland response to changes in rainfall over two decades in the Gourma region, Mali. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 114-127, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.11.005.
description:Other;Mougin, E., Hiernaux, P., Ada, L., Grippa, M., de Rosnay, P., Timouk, F., Le Dantec, V., Demarez, V., Lavenu, F., Arjounin, M., Lebel, T., Soumaguel, N., Ceschia, E., Mougenot, B., Baup, F., Frappart, F., Frison, PL., Gardelle, J., Gruhier, C., Jarlan, L., Mangiarotti, S., Sanou, B., Tracol, Y., Guichard, F., Trichon, V., Diarra, L., Soumare, A., Koite, M., Dembele, F., Lloyd, C., Hanan, NP., Damesin, C., Delon, C., Serca, D., Galy-Lacaux, C., Seghieri, J., Becerra, S., Dia, H., Gangneron, F., Mazzega, P., 2009: The AMMA-CATCH Gourma observatory site in Mali: Relating climatic variations to changes in vegetation, surface hydrology, fluxes and natural resources. Journal of Hydrology, 375, 14-33, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2009.06.045.
geoLocationPlace;Mali
geoLocationPlace;Hombori super site
geoLocationBox;15.1217 -1.8067 15.4261 -1.4742
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# BEGIN;
# ID;35
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Pond_Gha
title;Surface water dataset (pond water level and turbidity), on the Agoufou pond (250 km2 watershed), Mali
publicationYear;2011
subject:main;Water level, pond, water balance, turbidity, sediment load
subject:var;Surface Suspended Sediment Concentration
subject:var;Turbidity
subject:var;Water Level
subject:main;Aquifer, recharge, groundwater
subject:var;Water Table
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Manuela Grippa;affiliation;GET
date:Collected;2011-05-25/
description:Abstract;Monitor the water height level in the Agoufou pond in order to assess the volume of water stored and lost using specific calibration relation based on topographic survey and remote sensing data analysis. Monitor the pond turbidity.
description:SeriesInformation;Local observers record water level and take photographs of the scale every 10 days during the wet season and about once a month during the dry season. For turbidity, water sample are collected by local observer, every 10 days during the wet season and about once a month during the dry season, and sent by bus to Bamako for analyzing turbidity using a turbidimeter. A value of turbidity of 1001 stands for a value exceeding the sensor sensitivity.
description:Other;Gal, L., Grippa, M., Hiernaux, P., Peugeot, C., Mougin, E., Kergoat, L., 2016: Changes in lakes water volume and runoff over ungauged Sahelian watersheds. Journal of Hydrology, 540, 1176-1188, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.07.035.
geoLocationPlace;Mali
geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Hombori
geoLocationPoint;15.363 -1.472
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Guillaume Favreau;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;2003-01-02/
description:Abstract;Knowledge of long-term changes in the aquifer balance in response to land use and climate changes.
description:SeriesInformation;Piezometric surveys in domestic wells in villages or dedicated to pastoral use, where manual measurements are made with commercial luminous probe (OTT, 100 m in length) every month for seasonal and long term mesoscale groundwater balance surveys. The water table level values are expressed from the edge of the well. A value = 9999 stands for a dry well.
description:Other;Favreau, G., Cappelaere, B., Massuel, S., Leblanc, M., Boucher, M., Boulain, N., Leduc, C., 2009: Land clearing, climate variability, and water resources increase in semiarid southwest Niger: a review. Water Resources Research, 45, doi: 10.1029/2007WR006785.
geoLocationPlace;Niger
geoLocationPlace;Niamey meso site
geoLocationBox;13.0178 2.0019 13.9847 2.9453
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# BEGIN;
# ID;11
......@@ -489,22 +215,22 @@ title;Meteorological dataset (including radiative budget and soil variables), wi
publicationYear;2005
subject:main;Radiative balance, PAR, IRT, micrometeorology
subject:var;Wind Speed
subject:var;Air Pressure
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 5 cm
subject:var;Relative Humidity
subject:var;Outgoing Longwave Radiation
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 30 cm
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Diffuse Photosynthetically Active Radiation
subject:var;Wind Direction
subject:var;Air Pressure
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 5 cm
subject:var;Air Temperature
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 30 cm (2)
subject:var;Relative Humidity
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 10 cm
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Global Photosynthetically Active Radiation
subject:var;Outgoing Longwave Radiation
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 10 cm (2)
subject:var;Land Surface Temperature
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 30 cm
subject:var;Precipitation Amount
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Soil Heat Flux at depth 5 cm (2)
subject:var;Incoming Longwave Radiation
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
......@@ -519,40 +245,6 @@ geoLocationPlace;Gourma meso site
geoLocationBox;14.7284 -1.5021 17.099 -1.4018
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;37
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.AE.SHFlux_Odc
title;Surface flux dataset (including meteorological data, radiative budget, and surface energy fluxes), within the Donga watershed (600km2), Benin
publicationYear;2005
subject:main;Land surface exchange, energy budget, Sudanian vegetation, Sudanian hydrology
subject:var;Wind Speed
subject:var;Air Pressure
subject:var;Ventilated Relative Humidity
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 10 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth X cm (loc. b)
subject:var;Relative Humidity
subject:var;Ventilated Air Temperature
subject:var;Outgoing Longwave Radiation
subject:var;Incoming Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 10 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Soil Temperature at depth 50 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Wind Direction
subject:var;Air Temperature
subject:var;Standard Deviation of Wind Direction
subject:var;Soil Moisture/Water Content at depth 50 cm (loc. a)
subject:var;Outgoing Shortwave Radiation
subject:var;Net Radiation
subject:var;Incoming Longwave Radiation
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Jean Martial Cohard;affiliation;IGE
date:Collected;2005-11-09/
description:Abstract;Measure components of the local-scale energy budget. Obtain forcing and validation data for modeling of soil-vegetation-atmosphere exchanges in Sudanian climate. Contribute to the flux station network over the AMMA regional transect.
description:SeriesInformation;Sensible heat and radiation fluxes, meteorological variables, soil moisture, soil temperature and soil heat flux over a fallow bush (Bira).
description:Other;Mamadou, O., Cohard, J. M., Galle, S., Awanou, C. N., Diedhiou, A., Kounouhewa, B. and Peugeot, C., 2014: Energy fluxes and surface characteristics over a cultivated area in Benin: daily and seasonal dynamics. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 893-914, doi:10.5194/hess-18-893-2014.
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Donga
geoLocationPoint;9.8267 1.7167
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;14
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.Run_Ncw
title;Surface water dataset (river discharge), within the Wankama watershed (1 km2), Niger
......@@ -588,44 +280,30 @@ geoLocationPlace;Niger Central super site
geoLocationBox;13.5333 2.6485 13.7341 2.7223
# END;
# BEGIN;
# ID;18
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CE.Run_Odc
title;Surface water dataset (river discharge), of the Nalohou watershed (16 ha), Benin
publicationYear;2008
# ID;16
identifier:DOI;10.5072/AMMA-CATCH.CL.Run_O
title;Surface water dataset (river discharge), within the upper Oueme watershed (14 000 km2 ), Benin
publicationYear;1996
subject:main;Discharge
subject:var;Discharge/Flow
subject:var;Water Level
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (15 minutes)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (hourly)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow (daily average)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Upper Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (hourly)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Lower Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (hourly)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Upper Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (daily average)
subject:var;Discharge/Flow Lower Boundary Of Uncertainty Interval (daily average)
contributorName:DataManager;Véronique Chaffard;affiliation;IGE
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Luc Séguis;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;2008-01-01/
description:Abstract;Documentation of discharge at a 1st order catchment with a bas-fond at hillslope scale on association with others measurements (ground water levels in bas-fond, gravimeter on the top of the hillslope, flux tower)) contributing to close the surface water budget. Data will be used to validate hydrological modelling. The electrical conductivity of water is an integrative measure that allows documentation of the origin of waters (rainfall, surface and sub-surface runoff, watertable drainage).
description:SeriesInformation;Automatic measurement of water level converted into flow and electrical conductivity at the outlet of a 1st order catchment along specific vegetation catena (fallow, forest, bush savannah). The catchment is constituted of hillslope and a bas-fond. For small stream, calibration of the stage-discharge relationships is made by stream-gaging surveys using a wading-rod (velocity-area method). A value = 9999 stands for a dry gully.
contributorName:WorkPackageLeader;Christophe Peugeot;affiliation;Hydrosciences Montpellier
date:Collected;1996-01-01/
description:Abstract;Long-term measurements (LOP) of river discharge and electrical conductivity of water on the sub-basins of the Upper Oueme. Allow to relate runoff fluctuation to rainfall variability. The electrical conductivity of river water is an integrative measure that allows documentation of the origin of waters (rainfall, surface and sub-surface runoff, watertable drainage). Associated to the chemical characterization of water (CE.Wchem_O), these data give insight into process of runoff generation, allow to compute water balance components and constitute validation datasets for hydrological models.
description:SeriesInformation;Automatic measurement of water level converted into flow and electrical conductivity. Calibration of the stage-discharge relationships is made by an Acoustic Doppler Current Profilometer
geoLocationPlace;Benin
geoLocationPlace;Local sites over Donga
geoLocationPoint;9.7464 1.6039