Data Access Applications

The following applications are available for querying and visualizing the monitoring data collected at the Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge:

Time Series Analyst
Time Series Analyst

Access the continuous monitoring data being collected in the Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge. These data include measurements of turbidity, water temperature, and discharge at several locations in the refuge. In addition, data for air temperature, solar radiation, relative humidity, barometric pressure, precipitation, and wind speed and direction are available. Time Series Analyst allows you to query, visualize, summarize, and export the data.



Monitoring Sites Map
Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge Monitoring Sites Google Maps Interface

Explore the Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge using the interactive map interface. You can identify the locations of monitoring sites and access the data collected at those sites using this point and click interface that is implemented using Google Maps.



Web Services
Web Services

Access the continuous monitoring data using XML based web services. Web services are computer applications that interact with and exchange information with other applications over the internet. You can use these web services in your programming environment of choice (e.g., Matlab, Excel, Visual Studio .Net) to programmatically access the monitoring data.