Datasets are one of the key outputs of the CROCUS project. A variety of measurements are being collected across the region, and high-resolution state-of-the-art models are used to simulate to understand our local weather and climate. These datasets are open and freely available to the community, and we encourage community members, researchers, and anyone interested in the data collected by CROCUS to get involved!

Click on the related Observations and Models pages below to learn more.

Argonne’s Paytsar Muradyn (right) demonstrates data collection to Northeastern Illinois University students during an installation of CROCUS sensors.