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Pacific Southwest Research Station
Pacific Southwest
Research Station

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The Tahoe Climate Information Management System (TahoeClim)

Principal Investigators:
Kelly T. Redmond, Desert Research Institute
Geoff Schladow, University of California-Davis

Proposal [pdf]

Final Report [pdf]

Project Summary

This project addressed SNPLMA Round 10 Subtheme 3c, understanding basin meteorology and the issue of improving access to meteorological data to support research and decision-making in the basin. The main deliverable for this project is a website called Tahoeclim housed at the Desert Research Institute. Tahoeclim aggregates meteorological and climatological data for the basin that were previously accessed through a variety of different sites or unavailable online.

Tahoeclim provides access to:

  1. Station data from a variety of networks in the basin
  2. Real-time and daily updated maps of weather/climate information
  3. Links to a variety of tools for data analysis
  4. Archived highresolution Weather Research and Forecasting model output for the basin
  5. A guide on using data from the Tahoeclim site.

The project was developed in response to identified needs for recognizing past and current meteorological measurement efforts and compiling them into a publically available database for the Tahoe Basin, as well as the need for support of air quality monitoring, burn day decisions, and understanding climate variability and watershed runoff process.

Last Modified: Oct 4, 2016 10:41:27 AM