Biometeorology-Climatology Facilities

 

Biometeorology-Climatology Facilities


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  • Eddy covariance systems to measure turbulence properties and exchanges of momentum, heat, water vapor and COover various surfaces.
  • Tethered balloon system for measurements of the atmospheric boundary layer.
  • Light sensors to measure photosynthetically active radiation inside and above plant canopies.
  • Net radiometers, soil heat flux plates, soil temperature, and soil moisture sensors. These are used to quantify the flow of energy in the soil and available radiation energy.
  • Weather stations that measure atmospheric properties such as air temperature and humidity, solar radiation, and wind.
  • High Performance Computing (HPC) facility. www.hpc.usu.edu/

 

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