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AIRTEMP_METHOD
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AIR708
Air temperature is sampled by type T thermocouple soldered from thermocouple wire housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 395 cm height with a Campbell Scientific data logger; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR709
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 200 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR710
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 240 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR711
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 250 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR712
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 255 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR713
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 295 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR714
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 305 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR715
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 350 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR716
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 365 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR717
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 370 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR718
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 395 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR719
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 400 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR720
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 450 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR721
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 240 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR722
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 255 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR723
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 295 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR724
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 305 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR725
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 370 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR726
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 395 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR727
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 400 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR728
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 450 cm height; mean temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR731
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 240 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR732
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 255 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR733
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 295 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR734
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 305 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR735
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 370 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR736
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 395 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR737
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 400 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR738
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 450 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR739
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a R.M. Young Gill radiation shield at 200 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR740
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a R.M. Young Gill radiation shield at 240 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR741
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a R.M. Young Gill radiation shield at 350 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR742
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a R.M. Young Gill radiation shield at 395 cm height; mean temperature is output every 60 minutes
AIR743
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a R.M. Young Gill radiation shield at 395 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR744
Air temperature is sampled by a Campbell Scientific model 107 thermistor housed in a R.M. Young Gill radiation shield at 350 cm height; mean, min, max temperature is output every 5 minutes
AIR745
Air temperature is sampled by an Onset HOBO Water Temp V2 housed in an RS1 7-gill radiation shield at 200 cm height attached to a boom extending out from a tree directly over the stream sensor; instantaneous temperature is output every 15 minutes
AIR801
Mean, max and min daily (sunrise to sunrise) air temperature is determined from digitizing circular Partlow charts. Temperature is recorded by a Dual Recording Thermometer Model RFHTT with mercury bulb at 100 cm height in small shelter and corrected.
AIR802
Mean, max and min daily air temperature is determined from digitizing circular Partlow charts. Temperature is recorded by a Dual Recording Thermometer Model RFHTT with mercury bulb at 100 cm height in small shelter on tree and corrected to standard rdg.
AIR803
Mean, max and min daily air temperature is determined from digitizing circular Partlow charts. Temperature is recorded by a Dual Recording Thermometer Model RFHTT with mercury bulb at 160 cm height in small shelter on tree and corrected to standard rdg.
AIR804
Mean, max and min daily air temperature is determined from digitizing circular Partlow charts. Temperature is recorded by a Dual Recording Thermometer Model RFHTT with mercury bulb at 200 cm height in small shelter on tree and corrected to standard rdg.
AIR805
Mean, max and min daily air temperature is determined from digitizing circular Partlow charts. Temperature is recorded by a Dual Recording Thermometer Model RFHTT with mercury bulb at 240 cm height in small shelter on tree and corrected to standard rdg.
AIR806
Mean, max and min daily air temperature is determined from digitizing circular Partlow charts. Temperature is recorded by a Dual Recording Thermometer Model RFHTT with mercury bulb at 300 cm height in small shelter on tree and corrected to standard rdg.
AIR807
Mean daily, max and min air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Instrument is type T thermocouple wire housed in a locally designed PVC radiation shield at 395 cm height (Daily output only)
AIR808
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings.Thermocouple wire; PVC radiation shield; 395 cm height (See method AIR708)
AIR809
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 200 cm height (See method AIR709)
AIR810
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 240 cm height (See method AIR710)
AIR811
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 250 cm height (See method AIR711)
AIR812
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 255 cm height (See method AIR712)
AIR813
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 295 cm height (See method AIR713)
AIR814
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 305 cm height (See method AIR714)
AIR815
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 350 cm height (See method AIR715)
AIR816
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 365 cm height (See method AIR716)
AIR817
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 370 cm height (See method AIR717)
AIR818
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 395 cm height (See method AIR718)
AIR819
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 400 cm height (See method AIR719)
AIR820
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 450 cm height (See method AIR720)
AIR821
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 240 cm height (See method AIR721)
AIR822
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 255 cm height (See method AIR722)
AIR823
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 295 cm height (See method AIR723)
AIR824
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 305 cm height (See method AIR724)
AIR825
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 370 cm height (See method AIR725)
AIR826
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 395 cm height (See method AIR726)
AIR827
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 400 cm height (See method AIR727)
AIR828
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 450 cm height (See method AIR728)
AIR831
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 240 cm height (See method AIR731)
AIR832
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 255 cm height (See method AIR732)
AIR833
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 295 cm height (See method AIR733)
AIR834
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 305 cm height (See method AIR734)
AIR835
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 370 cm height (See method AIR735)
AIR836
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 395 cm height (See method AIR736)
AIR837
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 400 cm height (See method AIR737)
AIR838
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; PVC radiation shield; 450 cm height (See method AIR738)
AIR839
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; Gill radiation shield; 200 cm height (See method AIR739)
AIR840
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; Gill radiation shield; 240 cm height (See method AIR740)
AIR841
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; Gill radiation shield; 350 cm height (See method AIR741)
AIR842
Mean daily air temperature is calculated by the Campbell Scientific datalogger based on 10 second samples. Max-min values are based on instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; Gill radiation shield; 395 cm height (See method AIR742)
AIR843
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; Gill radiation shield; 395 cm height (See method AIR743)
AIR844
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all 5 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 10 second readings. CS Model 107; Gill radiation shield; 350 cm height (See method AIR744)
AIR845
Mean daily air temperature is post-calculated from all instantaneous 15 minute values, and max-min values are determined based on all instantaneous 15 minute readings. Onset HOBO V2; RS1 7-Gill radiation shield; 200 cm height (See method AIR745)