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BEACON VALLEY METEOROLOGICAL STATION MEASUREMENTS
Entry ID: LTER_MCM_BEACON_VALLEY_MET
Abstract: [From http://huey.colorado.edu/LTER/datasets/meteorology/beacon.html]
As part of the Long Term Ecological Research in the McMurdo Dry
Valleys of Antarctica, meteorological data was collected from various
locations throughout Beacon, Taylor, Wright and Victoria
Valleys. These files contain data for the Beacon Valley meteorology
To query ... air temperature, precipitation, relative humidity, radiation
and soil temperature of any station, please visit:
To query AVERAGE (DAILY and MONTHLY) air temperature, precipitation,
relative humidity, radiation and soil temperature of any station,
please visit: http://huey.colorado.edu/queries/avg_met_queries.jsp.
Access Constraints No constraints
Use Constraints Acceptance and utilization of LTER data requires that:
The Principal Investigator be sent a notice stating reasons for
acquiring any data and a description of the publication intentions.
The Principal Investigator of the data set be sent a copy of the
report or manuscript prior to submission and be adequately cited in
... any resultant publications.
A copy of any resultant publications should be sent to the McMurdo
data manager at:
MCM LTER Data Manager
Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
Campus Box 450
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0450
as well as the Principal Investigator.
Doran, Peter T., Gayle L. Dana, Jordan T. Hastings and Robert
A. Wharton, Jr. 1995. McMurdo Dry Valleys Long-Term Ecological
Research (LTER): LTER automatic weather network (LAWN). Antarctic
Journal of the U.S. 30(5): 276-280.
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