GLSTKLOC

Units and descriptions used in the spreadsheet GLSTKLOC.

File: 

glstkloc.csv (34.93 KB)

...or query the dataset by variables and dates of interest:

Variables
DATASET CODE
  • Label:
  • Definition: Code representing stake heights location dataset
  • Type: Nominal
  • Missing values: None specified
GLSTKID
  • Label: Glacier - Stake ID
  • Definition: Code formed with the Glacier, Stake and Date of measurement, used for legacy GIS mapping.
  • Type: Nominal
  • Missing values: None specified
GLACIER
  • Label: Glacier Name
  • Definition: Name of glacier where measurement was made
  • Type: Nominal
  • Missing values: None specified
STAKE
  • Label: Stake number
  • Definition: Unique number for each stake on glacier
  • Type: Nominal
  • Missing values: None specified
DATE_TIME
  • Label:
  • Definition: Date of data measurement.
  • Type: Date/time
  • Date format: MM/DD/YYYY
  • Missing values: None specified
LATITUDE
  • Label: Latitude
  • Definition: Sample Latitude
  • Type: Physical quantity
  • Unit: degree
  • Maximum: Not specified
  • Minimum: Not specified
  • Precision: Not specified
  • Missing values:
    • Null = None given
LONGITUDE
  • Label: Longitude
  • Definition: Sample Longitude
  • Type: Physical quantity
  • Unit: degree
  • Maximum: Not specified
  • Minimum: Not specified
  • Precision: Not specified
  • Missing values:
    • Null = None given
ELEVATION (m)
  • Label: Elevation
  • Definition: Elevation of sample site - from map.
  • Type: Physical quantity
  • Unit: meter
  • Maximum: Not specified
  • Minimum: Not specified
  • Precision: Not specified
  • Missing values:
    • NULL = None given
COMMENTS
  • Label: Comments
  • Definition: Comments about the overall data or STAKE COORDINATES
  • Type: Nominal
  • Missing values: None specified
FILE_NAME
  • Label:
  • Definition: Name of file in which data was submitted
  • Type: Nominal
  • Missing values: None specified
Data Source Details

Header lines: 

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Orientation: 

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Field delimiter: 

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Record delimiter: 

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