Dataset

TAS Sensor Web - Eastwood Automatic Weather Station timeseries

Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing
Andrew Terhorst (Managed by) Chris Peters (Aggregated by)
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Brief description

Eastwood - part of the Tasmanian Hydro-Meteorological Sensor Web.Observed Phenomenon: Rainfall. This dataset collection is produced using a RIMCO 7499 tipping bucket rain gauge. This sensor is one of four sensors located in North-West Tasmania that is being used by CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences to monitor forest water use. The other sites are Milabena, Preolenna and West Takone.

Data time period: 06 07 2012 , 30 10 2008

117.36392,-34.68273

117.36392,-34.68273

Identifiers
  • Local : 04cc73d7214484179377eabfbec6325acc0b02e0