Variables: Precipitation, total flux density solar radiation, Total PPFD, Average Instantaneous radiation, Instantaneous PFD (moles), Air temperature_ C, Average relative humidity, Average PAR Radiation, Average PFD, Average temperature, Average relative humidity, Global radiation (MJ/meter^2), reflected radiation PAR, Standard Deviation Instantaneous Radiation, Standard deviation of Photon Flux Density (PFD), Standard deviation of temperature, Standard deviation of relative humidity, Standard deviation of global radiation, Standard deviation of reflected radiation, Mean wind speed, Mean of mean wind direction degree, average unit vector wind direction, Average wind vector direction, standard deviation of wind speed, For more information please see: https://www.sas.upenn.edu/lczodata/content/bisley-climate
Standard Variables: Temperature|Radiation, incoming|Radiation, incoming PAR|Relative humidity|Wind direction|Global Radiation|Wind speed|Precipitation|Radiation, outgoing PAR|Radiation, net|Radiation, total outgoing|Photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD)
Date Range: (1993-2016)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Grizelle Gonzalez; IITF
Contact: Grizelle González, firstname.lastname@example.org, Miguel Leon, email@example.com
Field Area: Bisley
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