Flea Creek Valley Data, Jan to Oct 2007
datasetposted on 17.12.2018 by Jason Sharples, Rachael Quill
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Meteorological observations taken across Flea Creek Valley, NSW between January and October 2007.
Equipment and Specifications
Eleven Davis Vantage Pro 2TM Portable Automatic Weather Stations with cup anemometer and weather vane, using in built data loggers.
Record Interval: 30 minute and 1 hour.
Temperature, High Temp and Low Temp (deg C), observed at approx. 2m above ground level (agl).
Dew Pint (deg C), observed at approx. 2m agl.
Relative Humidity (%), observed at approx. 2m agl.
Wind Speed (ms-1), accuracy of 0.4ms-1, observed at 5m agl.
Wind Direction (compass point), observed at 5m agl.
Wind Gust Speed (ms-1), accuracy of 0.4ms-1, observed at 5m agl.
Atmospheric Pressure (bar)
Detailed weather station specs are given in accompanying references, and more information can be found at https://www.davisinstruments.com/resources/weather-monitoring/#support.
Topography details are derived from ArcGIS analysis at 90m resolution using SRTM Digital Elevation Model.
This data was collected as part of the HighFireRisk project,