The primary objective of the USCRN network is to monitor air temperature, precipitation, and soil moisture/soil temperature level. In enhancement to these criteria, each station gauges ground surface area temperature, solar radiation, wind rate, relative humidity, dampness from precipitation, and a number of values that monitor the operating problem of the devices. Each terminal sends data hourly to a geostationary satellite. This web page defines the information of the information stream. USCRN stations are furnished with 3 independent thermometers which measure air temperature in degrees Celsius. These multiple measurements are then used to acquire the station's official hourly temperature worth. Each terminal has a considering rainfall gauge which is outfitted with three lots cell sensing units to provide three independent measurements of depth change at 5-minute intervals. The 3 series of 5-minute worths are after that used in a formula to obtain the station's main 5-minute and hourly precipitation value.
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