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US Department of Agriculture Soil Climate Analysis Network (SCAN) site 2198 data, Cook Farm Field, Whitman County, Washington

This dataset contains air temperature, relative humidity, precipitation, solar radiation, wind speed, soil temperature, and soil moisture data from the Soil Climate Analysis Network (SCAN) site 2198, "Cook Farm Field D," located in Whitman County, Washington. The dataset links to a National Resources Conservation Service data request form, from which available data can be queried. The data collection site is at an elevation of 2727 feet; data has been continuously collected there since 2013-07-24.

Dataset Info

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FieldValue
Authors
Tolsdorf, Tony
Strobel, Michael
Harms, Deb
Product Type
Dataset
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Area
POINT (-117 46.78)
Temporal Coverage
2013-07-24/
Equipment or Software Used
Intended Use
Soil water status and soil temperature are critical parameters for many applications, including continental-scale climate models, soil classification, and drought assessment. National resource management issues for which long-term soil / climate information is needed include: To monitor drought development and trigger plans and policies for mitigation, Investigate climate change scenarios, To predict the long-term sustainability of cropping systems, and watershed health, To monitor and predict changes in crop, range, and woodland productivity in relation to soil moisture-temperature changes, To predict regional shifts in irrigation water requirements which may affect reservoir construction and ground-water levels, To predict shifts in wetlands, To develop new soil moisture accounting and risk assessments, To predict changes in runoff that affect flooding and flood control structures, To verify and ground-truth satellite and soil moisture model information, To predict and mitigate pest and disease outbreaks, For soil classification, For energy conservation, For Input to global circulation models
Contact Name
USDA/NRCS/NWCC > National Water and Climate Center, National Resources Conservation Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Contact Email
Public Access Level
Public
License
U.S. Public Domain
Funding Source(s)
Modified Date
2019-01-16
Release Date
2018-04-10

Metadata Source

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Harvest Source TitleGeodata Harvest
Harvest Source URIhttps://geodata:NAL2geodata@2017@geodata.nal.usda.gov/geonetwork/srv/eng/csw
Last Harvest PerformedTue, 04/10/2018 - 13:22
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Ag Data Commons Keywords: 
  • Agroecosystems & Environment
  • Agroecosystems & Environment
  • Atmosphere
  • Agroecosystems & Environment
  • Soil
State or Territory: 
Source ID: 
CookFarmFieldD_eaa_2015_February_23_026