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California Weather Database: Set Dates and Variables

Retrieve daily data for ESCALON-01.P (ESL)

Network(s)/County: San Joaquin WEATHERNET /   San Joaquin
Latitude/Longitude: 37 deg 46 min N / 120 deg 59 min W Elevation: 115 ft
IPM records begin/end: January 10, 1998 /  on-going Ground cover: Almond orchard

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2. Select daily data variables   Definitions   Measurement details

All Variables
Air Temperature, max/min
Air Temperature, average
Chilling Hours
Leaf wetness

Relative Humidity, average
Solar Radiation
Temperature Threshold Hours
Wind Speed/Direction, average
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum

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Measurement details about ESCALON-01.P variables

Air Temperature, max/min: HMP35C-U temp-RH probe edge of an almond orchard.
Air Temperature, average: HMP35C-U temp-RH probe edge of an almond orchard.
Chilling Hours: hours T < 45F .
Evapotranspiration: Calculated Reference Evapotranspiration calculated.
Leaf wetness: 237 Wetness sensing grid Inside the canopy with no other significant obstructions.
Precipitation: TE525-L25 tipping bucket rain guage .
Relative Humidity, average: HMP35C-U temp-RH probe .
Solar Radiation: LI200X Silicon pyranometer .
Temperature Threshold Hours: hours of T <= 32F; 70 <= T <= 85F; T > 95F .
Wind Speed/Direction, average: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane .
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane .

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