SnowEx is working to advance the frontier of open science by creating publicly available data and open-source tools to process field and airborne data products.
UW eScience SnowEx Hackweek: https://snowex.hackweek.io/
Hackweeks are participant-driven events that strive to create welcoming spaces for participants to learn new things, build community and gain hands-on experience with collaboration and team science. Hackweeks are generally composed of tutorials and project work. Tutorials are catered to a set of data products or open-source development of a data tool. Projects are focused group work time to further develop tools, create data analysis workflow, or creatively spend time designing a community needed tool.
SnowEx Database: https://m3works.io/#/snowex
The SnowEx Database is a PostGIS database created to provide a central location for NASA SnowEx campaign data in a common format. Using the database you can query data to identify coincident observations by space or time.
As some SnowEx data sets get published the data preparer shares processing steps using a Github repository. See the list below to find out more about a particular data set.
Grand Mesa, CO meteorological data: https://github.com/wrudisill/GrandMesaMetData