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California Weather Database: Set Dates and Variables

Retrieve daily data for Amador_Renwood-01.P (REN1, Renwood Winery)

Network(s)/County: Independent /   Amador
Latitude/Longitude: 38 deg 33 min N / 120 deg 48 min W Elevation: 1580 ft
IPM records begin/end: March 8, 2013 /  on-going

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2. Select daily data variables   Definitions   Measurement details

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Air Temperature, max/min
Air Temperature, average
Chilling Hours

Growing Degree Days
Temperature Threshold Hours

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Measurement details about Amador_Renwood-01.P variables

Air Temperature, max/min: 107-U thermistor in grade canopy.
Air Temperature, average: 107-U thermistor in grape canopy.
Chilling Hours: HOURS T < 45F .
Growing Degree Days: Calculated degree-days from air temps calculated.
Precipitation: TE525WS tipping bucket rain gauge .
Temperature Threshold Hours: hours of T <= 32F; 70 <= T <= 85F; T > 95F .

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