Probe Data is complex to analyse and interpret.
This sensor data is from Iceland 2008 (Temp is C others are relative). It shows the first data from the light reflectance sensor (yellow) which is reducing as the ice closes around the probe. It also shows interesting strain oscillations.
This sample of data from probe21 in iceland shows water pressures (converted to metres water equiv) increasing in Feb. along with electrical conductivity (right Y axis microSiemens) - from melting - even though the glacier surface was still snow covered.
An interactive probe data browser is available for closer inspection of Norway data from the database.
A live-data graph of Iceland data is also available (warning prototype can crash firefox if too much data is selected)
Base station data and weather station data provide information about the glacier surface
Diagnostic data shows how the system is performing – a new source of information is the Image Data