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Description of KELSEYVILLE-01.P (KEL)

PestCast Network(s)

Lake County Grape, Lake County Pear, Lake County Pear and Grape

Observer

RACHEL ELKINS

Location

County: Lake    Nearest City: KELSEYVILLE
Latitude: 39 deg 00 min N    Longitude: 122 deg 51 min W    Elevation: 1352 ft

Station and site characteristics

Manufacturer/model: Campbell Scientific Inc. CR-1000
Crop: Pears and grapes
Ground cover: Pear orchard, vineyard

Available data

UC IPM database records begin/end: March 18, 1998  /  on-going
Reporting interval: 15 minute, Hourly, Daily
Stored variables:
Air Temperature, max/min: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Air Temperature 2, max/min: 107-L50 thermistor
Air Temperature 3, max/min: 107-L50 thermistor
Air Temperature, average: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Air Temperature 2, average: 107-L50 thermistor
Air Temperature 3, average: 107-L50 thermistor
Chilling Hours: hours T < 45F
Dew Point Temperature: calculated from HMP35C temp-RH probe
Leaf wetness: 237 resistance grid
Leaf2 wetness: 237 resistance grid
Precipitation: TE525-L25 tipping bucket rain guage
Relative Humidity: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Relative Humidity, average: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Wind Sigma Theta: Calculated from 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane
Solar Radiation: LI200X Silicon pyranometer
Temperature Threshold Hours: hours of T <= 32F; 70 <= T <= 85F; T > 95F
Wind Speed/Direction, average: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane
Variables with computed averages: none

Comments

Campbell Scientific CR-10 datalogger upgraded to CR-1000 3/17/2009


Details about reported variables

Air Temperature, max/min
Variable or Sensor: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Height of Sensor: 4 feet
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Backup Station #1 KELSEYVILLE-01.P:AIR2
Averages Station Backup: LAKEPORT.C
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly
Air Temperature 2, max/min
Variable or Sensor: 107-L50 thermistor
Height of Sensor: 5 feet
Sensor Setup: in grape canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Backup Station #1 KELSEYVILLE-01.P:AIR
Averages Station Backup: LAKEPORT.C
Comment: Location is surrounded by grape vineyards.
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly
Air Temperature 3, max/min
Variable or Sensor: 107-L50 thermistor
Height of Sensor: 20 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Backup Station #1 KELSEYVILLE-01.P:AIR
Averages Station Backup: LAKEPORT.C:AIR
Comment: Location is in pear orchard.
Reporting Intervals: Daily
Air Temperature, average
Variable or Sensor: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Height of Sensor: 4 feet
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Air Temperature 2, average
Variable or Sensor: 107-L50 thermistor
Height of Sensor: 5 feet
Sensor Setup: in grape canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Comment: Location is surrounded by grape vineyards.
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Air Temperature 3, average
Variable or Sensor: 107-L50 thermistor
Height of Sensor: 20 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Comment: Location is in pear orchard.
Reporting Intervals: Daily, 15 minute
Chilling Hours
Variable or Sensor: hours T < 45F
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy.
When Installed: 30 January 1998
Reporting Intervals: Daily
Dew Point Temperature
Variable or Sensor: calculated from HMP35C temp-RH probe
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy.
When Installed: 30 January 1998
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Leaf wetness
Variable or Sensor: 237 resistance grid
Height of Sensor: plant height
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy.
When Installed: 15 May 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Leaf2 wetness
Variable or Sensor: 237 resistance grid
Height of Sensor: plant height
Sensor Setup: in grape canopy.
When Installed: 15 May 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Precipitation
Variable or Sensor: TE525-L25 tipping bucket rain guage
Height of Sensor: 25 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Relative Humidity
Variable or Sensor: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Height of Sensor: 4 feet
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly
Relative Humidity, average
Variable or Sensor: HMP45C-L8 temp-RH probe
Height of Sensor: 4 feet
Sensor Setup: in pear canopy
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Wind Sigma Theta
Variable or Sensor: Calculated from 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane
Height of Sensor: 25 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy.
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Solar Radiation
Variable or Sensor: LI200X Silicon pyranometer
Height of Sensor: 15 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy
When Installed: 28 April 2000
Status: Active
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Temperature Threshold Hours
Variable or Sensor: hours of T <= 32F; 70 <= T <= 85F; T > 95F
Sensor Setup: in grape canopy.
When Installed: 30 January 1998
Reporting Intervals: Daily
Wind Speed/Direction, average
Variable or Sensor: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane
Height of Sensor: 25 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy.
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute
Wind Speed/Direction, maximum
Variable or Sensor: 3001 RM Young Wind Sentry Anemometer and Vane
Height of Sensor: 25 feet
Sensor Setup: above pear canopy.
When Installed: 10 April 1997
Comment: Location is surrounded by grape vineyards.
Reporting Intervals: Daily, Hourly, 15 minute

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