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QuantumWeather mesonet
STATUS
7 Years Of Archived Data And Operation Funding For The Next Ten Years
AVAILABILITY
Data is available on request with the usual caveats of recognizing in publications the source of the data.
REQUEST PROCEDURE
email Dr. Robert Pasken (rpasken@eas.slu.edu) director of the QuantumWeather project with a detailed request.
Surface In-Situ Networks
The QuantumWeather mesonet has 100 surface observation stations spread across eastern and central Missouri. These stations report temperature, relative humidity, pressure wind speed and direction, wind gusts and rainfall once a minute. In addition to the surface stations there are two launch on-demand radiosondes. These radiosondes are mobile and can be moved from there normal locations in Saint Louis and Cape Girardeau MO The network has been in place for 7 years and has funding for the next ten years
CONTACT
Dr. Robert Pasken
Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Saint Louis University
Lindell Blvd Saint Louis MO 63108
(314)-977-3125
rpasken@eas.slu.edu
http://www.eas.slu.edu
SECONDARY CONTACT
William Dannevik
Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Saint Louis University
Lindell Blvd Saint Louis MO 63108
(314)-977-3116
dannevik@slu.edu
http://www.eas.slu.ed
SPECIFICATIONS
Network NameQuantumWeather
Collective
Facility Typesurface and upper air mesonet
Purposemesoanalysis, NWP and forecasting
LocationMissouri
Number of Stations100
Map of Stations
Category
Parameters (Most)temperature,. relative humidity, pressure, wind speed and direction wind gust and precipitation
Paramters (Limited)
Archive7 years
Period of Record7 years
Temporal Resolution1 minute
Data Seasonyear round
Data Availabilitywithin 2 minutes of observation
Other Purposes
FixedNo
MobileNo
PortableNo
UPDATED ON
6 Oct 2014 14:46