LAGO Project - Lago Trasimeno

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LAGO Project ... the Data



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... the Tools
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From this page you can access to the monitoring database since 01/01/1988 until 31/12/2005. To access data you need the username and the apssword you can get for free if you use data just for research purposes. To get it you have to provide your name and the motivation of your request. Please, write the motivation as detailed as possible. You will get the password 72 hours after your submission and it will work for 48 hours since the acceptance email you will receive. 

You can access to 3 types of data: 
- .smf: acquisition output, not validated data, daily files for each sensor 
- .dat: partially validated data, syncronus and formatted data, matrix format for all kind of elaboration, files with acquisitions since 1/1/1988 up today for each sensor and each station
- DB: Database, you can select the period, the station and the sensor you need and you can save the result in a txt file 
- real time data from the weather station of Dept. of electronic and information enginering University of Perugia 

From March 2009 the data avaibility increased, we added 1 new meteo station on Trasimeno Lake (Tresa), the DIEI meteo station (University of Perugia) and 5 new rain gauges sensors (Capezzine, Bettolle, Cortona, Castiglion Fiorentino e Monte San Savino) kindly provided from Centro Funzionale della Regione Toscana, those data are not validated and it is possible to use them just citating the Centro Funzionale and sending to the Centro Funzionale one copy of the job. Moreover, a dataset of "handmeasured" idrometer levels is available from 1968. 

We provide even the Matlab programs to analyse data: 

- formatta_stazione.m ... it opens all the smf files of the same station (they have to be in the same folder), it syncronizes the sensors and formats them in a matrix where the first 5 columns are year, month, day, hour, minute and finally it saves the matrix in dat file. 
- minime.m ... using all parameters before the sunset, it forcasts the minimum temperatures of the day (to know the error of the forcating, please read the arcticles you can find in "publications" page) 
- massime.m ... using all parameters before the sunrise, it forcasts the maximum temperatures of the day (to know the error of the forcating, please read the arcticles you can find in "publications" page) 
- gelate.m ... using all parameters before the sunset, it forcasts if during the night it will be frozen (to know the error of the forcating, please read the arcticles you can find in "publications" page) 

If you already got the codes to access data, chose the data you need, otherwise register yourrself.







2013@Riccardo Biondi