Variables: Mean Precipitation, Mean ppfd, Mean global radiation, Mean shortwave radiation inbound, Mean shortwave radiation outbound, Mean Albedo, Mean standard deviation of incoming shortwave radiation, Mean standard deviation of outgoing shortwave radiation, Mean maximum temperature, mean time of maximum temperature, Mean minimum temperature, Mean time of minimum temperature, Mean of maximum relative humidity, Mean time of maximum relative humidity, Mean of minimum relative humidity, Mean time of minimum relative humidity, Mean of maximum windspeed, Mean time of maximum wind speed, Mean of mean wind speeds, standard deviation of wind speed, Mean of minimum wind speed, Mean time of minimum wind speed, Mean of mean unit wind vector, Mean of Standard deviation of wind speed direction, Mean of mean wind direction degree, Median Precipitation, Median ppfd, Median Global radiation, Median of shortwave radiation inbound, Median of shortwave radiation outbound, Median Albedo, Median Maximum temperature, Median of time of Maximum temperature, Median of minimum temperature, Median time of minimum temperature, Median of maximum relative humidity, Median time of maximum relative humidity, Median of minimum relative humidity values, Median time of minimum relative humidity, Median of maximum wind speed, Median time of maximum wind speed, Median of mean wind speed, Median of minimum wind speed, Median time of minimum wind speed, Median of mean wind direction degree, https://www.sas.upenn.edu/lczodata/?q=content/bisley-monthly-averages-1993-2010
Date Range: (1993-2010)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Scatena, F.N.; IITF
Contact: Miguel Leon, University of Pensylvania, firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Area: Bisley
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
Scatena, F.N., Bisley Climate; Bisley Monthly Averages 1993 to 2010. https://www.sas.upenn.edu/lczodata/?q=content/bisley-monthly-averages-1993-2010
Scatena, F.N.; IITF (2010). "CZO Dataset: Bisley - Meteorology (1993-2010) - Monthly Averages." Retrieved 21 Apr 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/2624/
(.csv) Data Level 1, Metadata
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