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The Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory has a series of sites collecting information about the landscape and climate of the Luquillo Mountains in Puerto Rico. The Bisley Lower Tower (pictured in Figure 5), which is a 25 m high walk-up tower in the Bisley watershed, is one of the eight stations monitoring weather and rainfall. Bisley is at tree canopy level and at an elevation of 352 m above sea level. It is precisely located at Bisley Lower Tower 18° 18' 51.8616' N, 65° 44' 41.676' W in a Tabanuco forest. Bisley Lower Tower includes many instruments for measuring climate conditions. The ozone instrument is a 2B technologies Model 202 Ozone Monitor (see Figure 4) and has collected ozone level information every fifteen minutes since April 24, 2008.
Data a product of USDA Forest Service -IITF:
Grizelle González - Project Leader, Research Unit
USDA FS - International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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|citation||Grizelle González, F.N., IITF, Bisley Climate; Bisley Ozone. 2013.|
|keywords||Bisley, ozone, temperature, relative humidity, precipitation, solar radiation, wind, volatile organic compounds, nitrogen oxides, sunlight, pollution|
|variables||Average O3, O3 Maximum, O3 Minimum, standard deviation O3, Internal Temperature, External temperature|
|disciplines||Climatology / Meteorology|
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