The project and dataset database contains monitoring and research information on Vermont's forested ecosystems. You can browse the entire list below or search in specific themes using the tabs above.
The Vermont Monitoring Cooperative has been monitoring air quality and weather conditions in and around Vermont for over 20 years. We operate six meteorological stations independently and coordinate on five more. We maintain several real-time data streams and dispense data to myriad users throughout the state.
The Vermont Monitoring Cooperative has been collaborating with the US Forest Service, Green Mountain National Forest, and the State of Vermont Department of Forest, Parks, and Recreation since its inception. We maintain a staff presence and an ongoing archival resources for the multitude of data collected by these, and other, organizations throughout the state, on Vermont's forest health.
The Vermont Monitoring Cooperative's soil data inventory includes data being collected from a 200-year soil study, the longest running soil mercury dataset in the country and collaborative work with the two SCAN sites in the state.
The Vermont Monitoring Cooperative's data include many aquatic habitats and studies. Data available from VMC include significant testing of water quality in precipitation from our redundant sensors at Proctor Maple Research Center, many studies surrounding Lake Champlain, and aquatic habitat in the Lye Brook Wilderness Area and on Mount Mansfield.
The Vermont Monitoring Cooperative's data inventory include research and many species throughout the state. Our data includes information on frogs, the Bicknell's thrush, many other bird and mammal populations, and a comprehensive insect diversity study on Mount Mansfield.
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