GOES-PUERTO RICO WATER AND ENERGY BALANCE (GOES-PRWEB) IS NOW OPERATIONAL


GOES-PRWEB is finally operational.  I would like to thank my student, Victor Reventos, who made it possible through his Python programming skills.  Here is a link to the results:

http://academic.uprm.edu/hdc/GOES-PRWEB_RESULTS/

New results will be published daily.  Historical results are available from January 1, 2010. A list of the available output is provided below.

For information on GOES-PRWEB please visit the following link:

http://pragwater.com/goes-puerto-rico-water-and-energy-balance-goes-web-algorithm/

Eric Harmsen

GOES-PRWEB RESULTS


NON-TRANSIENT PARAMETERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: This research received partial funding from the following sources: NOAA-CREST (grant NA06OAR4810162) and USDA Hatch Project (Hatch-402). Special thanks to Dr. John Mecikalski for providing the solar radiation data, and Alejandra Rojas for providing various GIS maps used in this research.

DISCLAIMER: The information is provided “as is”. The authors and publishers of this information disclaim any loss or liability, either directly or indirectly as a consequence of applying the information provided herein, or in regard to the use and application of said information. No guarantee is given, either expressed or implied, in regard to the accuracy, or acceptability of the information.

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Eric Harmsen is a professor at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez Campus, Dept. of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. He teaches courses in agricultural hydrology, agroclimatology and irrigation. His research interests include: Measurement and modeling all components of the hydrologic cycle, remote sensing of water and energy balance in the Tropics, and agroclimatology.
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