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WHONDRS Raw Instrument Data

James Stegan, Amy Goldman, Shannon Blackburn, Rosalie Chu, Robert Danczak, Vanessa Garayburu-Caruso, Emily Gordon, Casey Grieshauber, Xinming Lin, Joseph Morad, Huiying Ren, Lupita Renteria, Charles Resch, Malak Tfaily & Nikola Tolic

WHONDRS Raw Instrument Data

James Stegan, Amy Goldman, Shannon Blackburn, Rosalie Chu, Robert Danczak, Vanessa Garayburu-Caruso, Emily Gordon, Casey Grieshauber, Xinming Lin, Joseph Morad, Huiying Ren, Lupita Renteria, Charles Resch, Malak Tfaily & Nikola Tolic

Surface Meteorological Station - ANL 10m tower, Walla Walla - Raw Data

Paytsar Muradyan
Basic meteorological measurements.

Microwave Radiometer - UMBC Microwave Radiometer - Raw Data

Ruben Delgado
Kipp & Zonen Microwave Temperature Profiler (MTP-5) with a 5 min temporal and 50 m vertical resolution.

Surface Meteorological Station - PNNL Short Tower, Grass Valley - Raw Data

Victor Morris
In support of the Wind Forecasting Improvement Project, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) deployed surface meteorological stations in Oregon.

Lidar - LMCT - WTX WindTracer, Gordon Ridge - Raw Data

Keith Barr
Long-range scanning Doppler lidar located on Gordon Ridge. The WindTracer provides high-resolution, long-range lidar data for use in the WFIP2 program.

Surface Meteorological Station - Forks, WA (FKS) - Raw Data

Daniel Gottas
A variety of instruments are used to measure various quantities related to meteorology, precipitation, and radiation near the Earth’s surface. Typically, a standard suite of instruments is deployed to monitor meteorological state variables.

WP3 PRUF Site - Preconstruction Data

Ken Burk

Shortwave, Longwave Radiometer - ESRL RadSys, Rufus - Processed Data

Kathleen Lantz
This dataset showcases the role of shortwave and longwave radiation in planetary boundary layer (PBL) development and winds. Radiation budget is part of the energy budget.

Sodar - Jayton, TX - Raw Data

Ken Burk
[ Not provided ]

WHONDRS Raw Instrument Data

James Stegan, Amy Goldman, Shannon Blackburn, Rosalie Chu, Robert Danczak, Vanessa Garayburu-Caruso, Emily Gordon, Casey Grieshauber, Xinming Lin, Joseph Morad, Huiying Ren, Lupita Renteria, Charles Resch, Malak Tfaily & Nikola Tolic

Sonic Anemometer - BAO Tower, All levels - Raw Data

Laura Bianco
This dataset is used to monitor different atmospheric variables over many levels of the 300-m Boulder Atmospheric Observatory (BAO) tower.

Lidar - ESRL WindCube 200s, Wasco Airport - Reviewed Data

Aditya Choukulkar
The available "Readme" file introduces the basics of the Doppler lidar data and offers a detailed description of the variables present in the data files. For those with any further questions about the data and its interpretation, contact either Alan Brewer () or Sunil Baidar (). It is highly recommended to discuss any planned use of the data with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-Chemical Sciences Division (NOAA-CSD) scientists. For more information, refer to the Readme...

Owner Reports - Airfoil Performance Degradation due to Roughness and Leading-edge Erosion, data and plots - Raw Data

Ken Burk
Airfoil Performance Degradation due to Roughness and Leading-edge Erosion. The zip file contains analysis, charts, and photos.

Surface Meteorological Station - ANL 80m, Sonic, Physics site-12 - Reviewed Data

Paytsar Muradyan
Measurements of surface sensible heat flux, momentum flux, wind components, and virtual temperature.

Radar - ANL Wind Profiler with RASS, Yakima - Raw Data

Daniel Gottas
**Winds** A radar wind profiler measures the Doppler shift of electromagnetic energy scattered back from atmospheric turbulence and hydrometeors along 3-5 vertical and off-vertical point beam directions. Back-scattered signal strength and radial-component velocities are remotely sensed along all beam directions and combined to derive the horizontal wind field over the radar. These data typically are sampled and averaged hourly and usually have 6-m and/or 100-m vertical resolutions up to 4 km for the 915 MHz...

Surface Meteorological Station - ANL 50m, Sonic, Physics site-12 - Raw Data

Paytsar Muradyan
Measurements of surface sensible heat flux, momentum flux, wind components, and virtual temperature.

Microbarograph - ESRL Hi-Res Microbarograph, Hood River - Raw Data

Katherine McCaffrey
High-precision barometers (Paroscientific 6000-16B-IS) are combined with Nishiyama-Bedard Quad Disk pressure probes, measuring pressure (mb) at the surface, nominally 2 m above ground level. Data are sampled at 20 Hz for potential studies of turbulence. The sensors' high accuracy makes them useful for determining horizontal pressure gradients and their relation to wind ramp events, as well as the temporal variability of pressure associated with mountain wakes and waves. **Note different ASCII file formats for Goldendale...

WP3 PRUF Site - Preconstruction Data

Ken Burk

WP3 PRUF Site - Preconstruction Data

Ken Burk

UAE6 - Sequence P - Raw Data

Ken Burk
Sequence P: Wake Flow Visualization, Upwind (P) This test sequence used an upwind, rigid turbine with a 0° cone angle. The wind speed ranged from 5 m/s to 15 m/s. Yaw angles of 0° to –60° were achieved. The blade tip pitch was 3°. The rotor rotated at 72 RPM. Blade and probe pressure measurements were collected. The teeter dampers were replaced with rigid links, and these two channels were flagged as not applicable by...

Sodar - Ainsworth, NE - Raw Data

Ken Burk
[ Not provided ]

Sodar - Vaisala Triton Wind Profiler, AON5 - Processed Data

Mark Stoelinga
This dataset contains measurements from eight different Vaisala Triton Wind Profiler instruments. The Triton Wind Profiler is a sodar wind profiler that measures wind speed, direction, and turbulence intensity at heights from 30 m to 200 m above ground every 10 minutes. The eight Tritons are located at various sites around the WFIP2 study area.

Sodar - Vaisala Triton Wind Profiler, AON6 - Reviewed Data

Mark Stoelinga
This dataset contains measurements from eight different Vaisala Triton Wind Profiler instruments. The Triton Wind Profiler is a sodar wind profiler that measures wind speed, direction, and turbulence intensity at heights from 30 m to 200 m above ground every 10 minutes. The eight Tritons are located at various sites around the WFIP2 study area.

Registration Year

  • 2016
    86
  • 2017
    168
  • 2018
    107
  • 2019
    115

Resource Types

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Data Centers

  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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