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California Weather Database: Set Dates and Variables

Retrieve daily data for GERBER.A (CIMIS #8, Gerber)

County: Tehama
Latitude/Longitude: 40 deg 3 min N / 122 deg 10 min W Elevation: 250 ft
IPM records begin/end: September 22, 1982 /  on-going Ground cover: Irrigated grass

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2. Select variables and backup stations   Definitions   Measurement details

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Backup station 1 Backup station 2 Long-term averages from
Precipitation GERBER.A ORLAND2.A REDBLUFF.C GERBER.A
Air Temperature, max & min GERBER.A ORLAND2.A REDBLUFF.C GERBER.A
Soil Temperature, max & min GERBER.A ORLAND2.A None recommended GERBER.A
Relative Humidity, max & min GERBER.A None recommended None recommended None recommended
Reference Evapotranspiration GERBER.A None recommended None recommended None recommended
Solar radiation GERBER.A ORLAND2.A None recommended GERBER.A

3. Select units and output file format

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UC IPM data file format (for use with DDU)

Comma-delimited data file (for use with spreadsheets)

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Measurement details about GERBER.A variables

Air temperature: Daily max/min measured at 1.5 m (4.92 ft).
Precipitation: Daily total measured in a 20 cm (8 in) diameter gauge.
Soil temperature: Daily max/min measured at a 15 cm (6 in) depth.
Humidity: Daily max/min relative humidity measured at 1.5 m (4.92 ft).
Evapotranspiration: Calculated from CIMIS hourly values.
Solar radiation: Daily global radiation measured by Licor pyranometer at 2 m (6.5 ft).
Comments: Located in the middle of a large flood irrigated pasture.

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