Scripps Hydroclimate Weather Observation Program

Weather Station Status

Status as of: 18 September 2011

Station Status
1 North Station Operational
2 Devils Canyon Operational
3 Devils Creek Ovlk Temperature: no values coming in
4 Gorge Ovlk Operational
5 Lost Creek Temperature: values are too hi/lo?
6 Bug Trail No data coming in
7 Gorge Crossing Station destroyed by storm
8 Red Rainbow Operational
9 Comm Site 2 No data coming in
10 Dead Coyote Operational
11 Comm Site 3 No data coming in
12 Mine Junction No data coming in
13 Stone Creek Operational
14 Mine Top Operational
15 Avocado Grove Sensors and Data Logger removed
16 Staging Area Operational
17 Sumac Summit Operational
18 Comm Site 4 Operational
19 Exp Greenhouse Operational
20 Cockleburr Operational
21 Scripps Pier Operational
22 Mine East Sensors and Data Logger removed
23 Mine Gorge Sensors and Data Logger removed
24 Lee Vining Operational
25 Dana Meadows Data TX infrastructure offline
28 TCS8 Operational
30 TCS10 No data coming in
32 Devils Postpile No data coming in
34 Fish Slough Operational
35 Sore Thumb Operational
36 Over the Hill Operational
37 Piute Creek Overlook Operational
38 Glider Port Wind direction "pinned", no air temp, solar "pinned"
39 Beer Can Operational
40 Valley View Wind direction looks odd
71 Cabrillo Point Tidepools No data coming in
72 Cabrillo Point Whale Watch Operational

Credits:
Thanks to HPWREN http://hpwren.ucsd.edu/ for communications and infrastructure and to the Santa Margarita River Ecological Reserve (SMER) http://fs.sdsu.edu/kf/reserves/smer/ for accomodating a large number of weather stations and providing infrastructure and communications. HPWREN is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation. SMER is supported by the San Diego State University Field Station Program. Thanks also to Yosemite National Park, the National Forest Service, particularly the field office at Lee Vining California, and to the Devils Postpile National Monument for providing sites and infrastructure for weather station installations.
The Scripps hydroclimate field program has been supported by NOAA's Office of Global Programs, NSF through the ROADNet project, and with ongoing support from the California Energy Commission PIER Program http://www.energy.ca.gov/pier/ via the California Climate Change Center http://meteora.ucsd.edu/cap/.

Climate Research Division - Scripps Institution of Oceanography - v.20110918
E-mail questions to: Mary Tyree / mtyree@ucsd.edu