Corrected and aggregated temperature data from the subsurface of three permeable pavement types [permeable interlocking concrete pavers (PICP), pervious concrete (PC), and porous asphalt (PA)] collected in Madison, Wisconsin between November 1 and April 30 (cold-weather periods), 2014-2021 are in this data release. Temperature data was corrected through removal of intermittent erroneous values such as sudden and extreme changes in data values that could not be explained. Raw corrected datasets containing one minute data for PICP, PC, and PA are part of this data release. An average hourly temperature dataset, produced by averaging raw corrected data for the nine probes at each corresponding depth (0, 15, and 30 centimeters below the permeable base) to produce a single dataset representative of each individual depth in each pavement type (PICP, PC, PA), is also part of this data release. The average hourly dataset is broken down further into a “simultaneous dataset”, which includes 303 days of cold weather data where all depths of all three permeable surface types were operating simultaneously and a “unique dataset”, which is a collection of all temperature data when equipment was working and includes the “simultaneous dataset.” This larger dataset has 853 days of data from PICP, 402 days from PC, and 815 days from PA. Date ranges for available data and a vertical profile of the of the study installation are also included in the data release.
|Title||Cold-weather air and subsurface temperature profiles of three different permeable pavements, Madison, Wisconsin, between 2014 and 2021|
|Authors||Mari E Danz, Nicolas H Buer, William R Selbig|
|Product Type||Data Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Upper Midwest Water Science Center|