Some of our datasets can be directly downloaded from the links below. If you don't find what you are looking for, please fill out the form below to request the data you need. We will respond to your request as soon as possible.
**If you use data collected by our research team in any presentation or publication, regardless of how you obtained it, we ask that you first obtain permission from the person in our team who generated the data, and then explicitly acknowledge the source of the data (the person and the institution) in your presentation or publication.
Wintertime ozone in the Uintah Basin
Wintertime ozone data from all monitoring stations that operate around the Uintah Basin. The number and location of stations has changed from year to year. Data were obtained from a variety of sources, including USU, the EPA AQS database, private companies, and the U.S. Forest Service. We classify November 15 through March 15 as the winter season, though the duration of measurements has varied from that range at some sites during some winters.
All wintertime chemical and meteorological data from Horsepool and Roosevelt, 2011-2018.
Download a dataset containing all data collected at Horsepool and Roosevelt, including each winter from 2011-12 through 2017-18.
Roosevelt and Horsepool dataset
Emissions of hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide from natural gas well pad soils
We have worked over the past several years to characterize emissions from soils around natural gas wells in eastern Utah. You can access an anonymized version of the dataset we have collected here: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/all_datasets/25/. The link also contains a README file with information about the dataset, including how the data were collected, units of measurement, etc. An associated peer-reviewed article is available on our reports and publications page.
Emissions of Organic Compounds from Produced Water Ponds
We recently completed a project to measure emissions of organics from produced water ponds in Utah and Wyoming. You can access an anonymized version of the dataset we have collected here: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/all_datasets/35/. The link also contains a README file with information about the dataset, including how the data were collected, units of measurement, etc. Associated peer-reviewed articles are available on our reports and publications page.