OMIV - Time series of meteorological parameters on landslides (2012)

[1] : Centre d'Etudes et d'Expertise sur les Risques, l'Environnement, la Mobilité et l'Aménagement
[2] : Observatoire des Sciences de l’Univers de Grenoble (UAR 832)
[3] : Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement (UMR 5001)
[4] : Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur (UMS 2202)
[5] : Observatoire de REcherche Montpelliérain de l'Environnement (UAR 3282)
[6] : Littoral Environnement Télédétection Géomatique (UMR 6554) - Caen
[7] : Office National des Forêts
[8] : Laboratoire Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249) (Université de Franche-Comté)
[9] : Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre (UMS 830)
Description :
Meteorological observations acquired on OMIV landslides using a standardized protocol (6min, 15 min, 30 min, 60 min) according to the measured parameters and transfered in a Ascii standardized file format with the file database management system BD-OH OMIV. Estimation of potential evapotranspiration and effective rainfall from the meteorological observations.
Disciplines :
geochemistry & geophysics (sciences of the universe), geology (sciences of the universe), geosciences, multidisciplinary (sciences of the universe), meteorology & atmospheric sciences (sciences of the universe)

General metadata

Data acquisition date : from 1 Jan 1991 ongoing
Data acquisition methods :
  • Observational data :
    Meteorological parameters measured at 1.00 m elevation at the OMIV landslides. For some landslides, several meteorological sites are available. The recorded parameters are, for each site, the rainfall amount, the atmospheric pressure, the air temperature, the relative air humidity, the wind speed and direction, and the net radiation. For some sites, additional parameters such as snow depth is recorded. The recording frequency is variable, from 6 min for the rainfall data, to 15 min or 60 min for the other parameters. Data are stored locally in the dataloggers and then transmitted to the Data Center. Raw data are quality-controlled, converted in an ASCII -txt file format and stored in the OMIV BD-OH data repository for an esay processing by the users.
Update periodicity : daily
Language : English (eng)
Formats : text/tab-separated-values
Audience : University: licence, University: master, Research, Policy maker


Spatial coverage :

Time coverage :

Publications :
  • Bertrand C., Marc V., Malet J.-P., Gauthier S., Lebourg T., Nevers P., Lajaunie M., Vallet A., and Gance J. 2019. Long-term hydrological, hydro-chemical and hydro-geophysicalobservations of deep-seated landslides: the OMIV observation strategy for modelling landslide water circulation. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 21. (
  • Fonctionnement hydrogéologique et processus de transfert dans le massif fissuré instable de Séchilienne (Alpes françaises) : apports du couplage de traceurs naturels et isotopiques (hal:tel-03663336)
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Additional information :
Data used during Pierre Nevers' thesis, supervised by Catherine Bertrand (MCF in hydrogeology at the Chrono-environment laboratory) and Jérôme Gaillardet (Prof. in geochemistry at the IPGP).

P_rain [mm]: Precipitation - Rainfall
Pa [hPa]: Atmospheric Pressure (sea level)
Rh [%]: Relative Air Humidity
Snow_D [m]: Snow Depth
Snow_H [m]: Snow Height
Snow_W [g]: Snow Weight
SW [W.m-2]: Net Radiation - incoming short wave
Ta [°C]: Air Temperature
WD [°]: Wind Direction 2D
WS [m.s-1]: Wind Speed 2D
PET* [mm]: Potential Evapotranspiration
Pe* [mm]: Effective Precipitation

(*): Calculated parameters
Record created 3 Sep 2019 by Catherine Bertrand.
Last modification : 26 Sep 2022.
Local identifier: FR-18008901306731-2019-09-03.


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Université de Bourgogne, Université de Franche-Comté, UTBM, AgroSup Dijon, ENSMM, BSB, Arts des Metiers