Status: 

Ongoing

Title

Bisley Tower I Meteorological data (Bisley Tower)
Summary

Short name: 

LUQMetadata90

Data set ID: 

90

Abstract: 

Several meteorological parameters are being measured at Bisley since 1993. Correlations between elevation and stream-runoff and rainfall, elevation and air and soil temperature, and between trhoughfall and vegetation types have been found. These relationships are used inhydrologic and nutrient budgets as well as in environmental models .

Electronic sensors are placed at the field location to support other activities.

Dates
Date Range: 
1993-02-10 00:00:00 to 2015-02-14 00:00:00

Publication Date: 

2010-03-26 00:00:00
People

Owner/Creator: 

Contact: 

Additional Project roles: 

Name: Samuel Moya Role: Associated Researcher
Name: Eda Melendez-Colom Role: Data Manager
Name: Frederick Scatena (In Memorium) Role: Associated Researcher
Methodology

Methods: 

A Campbell Scientific, Inc. 1989, PC208 datalogger with instruction manual software support collects the meteorological data. The datalogger is located in a 25 meters high tower located at 352 meters above sea level in Bisley. Sensors are programmed to collect daily data which is manually collected every week and downloaded into a USDA Forest Service -IITF computer. Data files are submitted to quality control procedures.

Instrumentation: 

Campbell Scientific, Inc. 1989, PC208 Datalogger

Tipping Bucket TE525

Additional information: 

More data measurements from this site, going through a quality control process,  will be published. (This was posted in March 2017)

For a detailed description of the program variables, its options and parameters refer to :
Campbell Scientific, Inc. 1989, PC208 Datalogger Support Software Instruction Manual. (Window version) Logan, Utah.
or call:
Campbell Scientific, Inc.
815 W. 1800 N.
LOGAN, UTAH 84321-1784
Tel. (801) 753-2342
Fax# (801) 750-9540
WEB SITE: http://www.campbellsci.com
E-MAIL: info@csius.com

Status: 

Ongoing

Time Period: 

Long-Term

Periodicity: 

Continuous