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Mt. Bachelor Real-Time Data Plots

These data plots depict unrefined data, in many instances zero level and calibration signals are interlaced with the actual instrument signal.

During winter, our inlets sometimes clog and it can take a day or two before someone is able to clear them. These clogs can cause sharp, noisy peaks in our data. These data will be removed manually from our final data archive.

Please direct all inquiries for final data to Dr. Dan Jaffe.

All times are UTC

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

Plots of data from the Mt. Bachelor Observatory for the past two days

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