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Retrieve hourly data for Nickels_Soils_Lab.P (NSL, Arbuckle/Nickels Soils Lab)

Network(s)/County: Independent /   Colusa
Latitude/Longitude: 38 deg 58 min N / 122 deg 05 min W Elevation: 160 ft
IPM records begin/end: February 10, 2001 /  on-going Ground cover: Clean

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Air Temperature, average
Dew Point Temperature
Precipitation
Relative Humidity, average

Solar Radiation
Wind Speed/Direction, average
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum

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Measurement details about Nickels_Soils_Lab.P variables

Air Temperature, average: Rotronics HP-03 probe .
Dew Point Temperature: calculated from HP-043 probe .
Precipitation: TR-525WSW tipping bucket rain gauge .
Relative Humidity, average: Rotronics HP-043 probe .
Solar Radiation: Li200X Silicon pyranometer .
Wind Speed/Direction, average: RM Young Wind Monitor model 05103 .
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum: RM Young Wind Monitor model 05103 .

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