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California Weather Data: Station Description

Description of CAMARILLO.A (CIMIS #152, Camarillo)

Network:

CIMIS — California Irrigation Management Information System

Observer

Leisure Village Association

Location

Leisure Village Golf Course
County: Ventura    Nearest City: Camarillo
Latitude: 34 deg 14 min N    Longitude: 118 deg 59 min W    Elevation: 130 ft

Station and site characteristics

Manufacturer/model: Campbell Scientific, Inc CR10 (or CR10X)
Ground cover: Irrigated Turf, Soil type: Sandy Loam

Available data

UC IPM database records begin/end: May 11, 2000  /  on-going
Reporting interval: Daily
Stored variables:
Air Temperature, max/min: Daily max/min measured at 1.5 m (4.92 ft).
Reference Evapotranspiration: Calculated from CIMIS hourly values.
Precipitation: Daily total measured in a 20 cm (8 in) diameter gauge.
Relative Humidity, max/min: Daily max/min measured at 1.5 m (4.92 ft).
Soil Temperature, max/min: Daily max/min measured at a 15 cm (6 in) depth.
Solar Radiation: Daily global radiation measured by Licor pyranometer at 2 m (6.5 ft).
Wind Speed/Direction: Daily average measured at 2 m (6.5 ft).
Variables with computed averages: precip, air temp, soil temp, solar

Comments

Station is surrounded by trees North and South. However, there are no obstructions to prevailing winds. Rain gauge is set 90 - 100 feet away from the station and should not be affected by sprinkler irrigation.


Details about reported variables

Air Temperature, max/min
Variable or Sensor: Daily max/min measured at 1.5 m (4.92 ft).
Height of Sensor: 1.5 m (4.92 ft)
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Status: Active
Backup Station #1 PIRU.A
Averages Station Backup: STAPAULA.C

99% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

Reference Evapotranspiration
Variable or Sensor: Calculated from CIMIS hourly values.
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Status: Active

100% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

Precipitation
Variable or Sensor: Daily total measured in a 20 cm (8 in) diameter gauge.
Height of Sensor: 1 m (39 in)
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Backup Station #1 PIRU.A
Averages Station Backup: STAPAULA.C

99% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

Relative Humidity, max/min
Variable or Sensor: Daily max/min measured at 1.5 m (4.92 ft).
Height of Sensor: 1.5 m (4.92 ft)
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Status: Active

98% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

Soil Temperature, max/min
Variable or Sensor: Daily max/min measured at a 15 cm (6 in) depth.
Height of Sensor: 15 cm (6 in) depth
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Status: Active
Backup Station #1 PIRU.A
Averages Station Backup: PIRU.A

99% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

Solar Radiation
Variable or Sensor: Daily global radiation measured by Licor pyranometer at 2 m (6.5 ft).
Height of Sensor: 2 m (6.5 ft)
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Status: Active
Backup Station #1 PIRU.A
Averages Station Backup: PIRU.A

96% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

Wind Speed/Direction
Variable or Sensor: Daily average measured at 2 m (6.5 ft).
Height of Sensor: 2 m (6.5 ft)
When Installed: 21 January 2000
Status: Active

100% of possible values are stored for the period 05/11/2000 to 12/16/2014.

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