Data for: Water and sediment temperature dynamics in shallow tidal environments: the role of the heat flux at the soil-water interface.

Published: 6 February 2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/fgxgrdz3g6.1
Mattia Pivato, Luca Carniello, John Gardner, Marco Marani, Sonia Silvestri


Water and sediment temperature data collected in a shallow tidal flat located in the Northern part of the Venice lagoon (see figure 1 in the manuscript). The bottom elevation at the measuring station is 0:65 m below mean sea level, and the local tidal range is about 0.80 m during a spring tide and 0.50 m during a neap tide. 5 sensors (ControlByWeb, Xytronix Inc. Utah, USA) were deployed in the sediment (depth of 5, 25, 50, 100, and 150 cm below the sediment surface) and 4 sensors in the water column (10, 40, 70, 100 cm above the sediment surface). Data were collected with a 5 minutes resolution.



Shallow Water, Soil Temperature, Water Temperature