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Data from the UKCRIC National Green Infrastructure Facility: Advancing Knowledge of Green Infrastructure and Sustainable Drainage Systems

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posted on 14.07.2021, 15:19 by Ross StirlingRoss Stirling, Daniel GreenDaniel Green, Eleanor Starkey, Claire Walsh, Alethea Walker, Jessica Holmes, Richard Dawson

Data from the UKCRIC National Green Infrastructure Facility: Advancing Knowledge of Green Infrastructure and Sustainable Drainage Systems


The UKCRIC National Green Infrastructure Facility (NGIF) is a full-scale living laboratory for multidisciplinary testing and demonstration of fully functional green infrastructure and sustainable drainage systems, based at Newcastle University, in the North-East of England. The NGIF is based in the Urban Sciences Building (NE4 5TG) and features a number of heavily instrumented green infrastructure features along Holmes Avenue.


This dataset forms a complete and up-to-date repository of all data collected at the NGIF. Data is presented for the NGIF Lysimeters, Ensemble 'rain gardens', Swale, Green Roof and other instrumented on-site GI features.


*A complete dataset of NGIF data is found in the file 'NGIF.zip'. This is supplemented by a Read Me file ('Read Me.pdf'), containing relevant information on the data and experiments. Consultation of the read me documentation before opening the dataset file is recommended. A supplementary video ('Video.mp4') is also attached for background and context on the facility*


Further information:


Some data is also available for visualisation and plotting on the NGIF data app: www.ngif.ncl.ac.uk.


Please contact green.infrastructure@newcastle.ac.uk for further information, or follow us on Twitter (@NGIF_UK).


Funding

UKCRIC - UK Collaboratorium for Research in Infrastructure & Cities: Newcastle Laboratories

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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