Welcome to the home of the Cryologger, an open-source, low-cost, modular and robust data logger/telemeter system intended for supporting the physical measurement needs of a wide range of cryospheric scientific applications and general environmental monitoring.
The Cryologger project is led by Adam Garbo and Derek Mueller at the Water and Ice Research Laboratory at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Cryologger designs are available online at: https://github.com/cryologger/
There are 3 mature designs at present:
1) A real-time Ice Tracking Beacon (https://github.com/cryologger/ice-tracking-beacon) that sends location, pitch, roll, heading and internal temperature over the Iridium satellite network. Preliminary data are here and cleaned data can be found in the Iceberg Tracking Beacon Database.
2) A datalogger (no real-time data) to record high-precision Global Navigational Satellite System (GNSS) data we use for Glacier Velocity Tracking (https://github.com/cryologger/glacier-velocity-tracker). These systems have been set out on for long term deployments on glaciers around the world.
This website serves to 1) inform the general public about the Cryologger project (those with the skills and interest can find more technical info at https://github.com/cryologger/) but also to 2) display raw data from Cryologger weather stations and ice tracking beacons.
The data on this site is displayed here with permission. The Cryologger Project is not the owner of any of the data, but we can connect you with the data owner upon request. The information on the data webpages is provided on a best-effort basis. This preliminary data has not been quality-controlled and we can’t guarantee these systems will work perfectly 100% of the time. We are not liable for errors or omissions in the data or metadata, the accuracy of the datasets, or errors in data transmissions. By using the data on this website for your purposes, you agree that we are not liable for any negative outcome. If you have any questions or comments please contact us.