Variables: total solar radiation, maximum temperature, time of maximum temperature, minimum temperature, time of minimum temperature, mean temperature, maximum relative humidity, time of maximum relative humidity, minimum relative humidity, time of minimum relative humidity, mean relative humidity, maximum barometric pressure, time of maximum barometric pressure, minimum barometric pressure, time of minimum barometric pressure, mean barometric pressure, maximum wind speed, time of maximum wind speed, minimum wind speed, time of minimum wind speed, maximum soil temp, time of maximum soil temp, minimum soil temp, time of minimum soil temp, average soil temp, maximum soil volumetric moisture, time of maximum soil volumetric moisture, minimum soil volumetric moisture, time of minimum soil volumetric moisture, average soil volumetric moisture, scalar mean wind speed, vector mean wind speed, mean wind direction, standard deviation of mean wind direction, maximum solar radiation, time of maximum solar radiation, minimum solar radiation, time of minimum solar radiation, mean solar radiation.
Date Range: (1986-2006)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Mark Losleben
Field Area: Green Lakes Valley
climate, weather, meteorology, solar radiation, temperature, relative humidity, barometric pressure, wind speed, wind direction, soil temperature, soil moisture
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
Mark Losleben (2006). "CZO Dataset: Green Lakes Valley - Climate, Meteorology (1986-2006)." Retrieved 20 Mar 2018, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/2451/
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