CFACT: NCAR/EOL ISFS 5-minute Surface Meteorology and Flux Products - winds in planar geographic and tilt corrected coordinates
5-minute surface meteorology and flux products collected by the EOL/Integrated Surface Flux System team during the Cold Fog Amongst Complex Terrain (CFACT) field campaign in Heber Valley, Utah. These data have been quality controlled and are available in netCDF format. The winds reported by the sonic anemometers have been rotated into geographic coordinates and corrected for the orientation of the instrument. The orientation and tilt corrections applied were determined by the using the planar fit method from Wilczak, Oncley, and Stage (2001). Data were collected from 11 sites (2 towered Supersites + 9 Satellite sites) located around Heber Valley.
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Minimum (West) Longitude: -114.00, Maximum (East) Longitude: -109.00
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NCAR/EOL ISFS Team, Oncley, S. 2022. CFACT: NCAR/EOL ISFS 5-minute Surface Meteorology and Flux Products - winds in planar geographic and tilt corrected coordinates. Version 1.0. UCAR/NCAR - Earth Observing Laboratory. https://doi.org/10.26023/PSTN-4RYP-570G. Accessed 02 Oct 2023.
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