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Open-File Report 02-231


Supporting Data for Hydrologic Studies in San Francisco Bay, California: Meteorological Measurements at the Port of Redwood City, 1998-2001

By Laurence Edward Schemel

Abstract

Meteorological data were collected during 1998-2001 at the Port of Redwood City, California, to support hydrologic studies in South San Francisco Bay.  The measured meteorological variables were air temperature, atmospheric pressure, quantum flux (insolation), and four parameters of wind speed and direction: scalar mean horizontal wind speed, (vector) resultant horizontal wind speed, resultant wind direction, and standard deviation of the wind direction.  Hourly mean values based on measurements at five-minute intervals were logged at the site.  Daily mean values were computed for temperature, insolation, pressure, and scalar wind speed.  Daily mean values for 1998-2001 are described in this report, and a short record of hourly mean values is compared to data from another near-by station.  Data (hourly and daily mean) from the entire period of record (starting in April 1992) and reports describing data prior to 1998 are provided.

Contents

Abstract
Introduction
Instruments and Methods
Results
Summary
References Cited

This report and associated figures are available online in Portable Document Format (PDF). If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader, it is available for free download from Adobe Systems Incorporated.

Download the Report (PDF, 1.2 MB)

The text of previous reports are available here in pdf format. All of these PDF files were originally prepared prior to June 21, 2001. Since that time these image only scans have been processed to make them accessible to screen-reading programs.
Download OFR-95-327 (PDF, 0.8 MB)
Download OFR-98-064 (PDF, 1 MB)

 
Data tables are available here in text (TXT) and excel formats.
Excel Files:
Download Excel Data File of Hourly Mean Values (XLS, 9.2 MB)
Download Excel Data File of Daily Mean Values (XLS, 0.3 MB)
ASCII Text Files:
Download Self Extracting file containing 1992-1994 Hourly Mean Values (EXE, 0.5 MB)
Download Self Extracting file containing 1995-1997 Hourly Mean Values (EXE, 0.5 MB)
Download Self Extracting file containing 1998-2001 Hourly Mean Values (EXE, 0.5 MB)
Download Daily Mean Values (DAT, 0.1 MB)

Data Updates

The meteorological station at the Port of Redwood City has been dismantled, and collection of meteorological data for South San Francisco Bay has been moved to the Dumbarton Bridge monitoring site (see https://pubs.usgs.gov/wri/wri034005/ for posting of subsequent data). Meteorological data for the Port of Redwood city extend from April 10, 1992 to October 17, 2006. Important details concerning these data are contained in the reports available here and in text files included with the annual data updates.

Download Self Extracting file containing data for 2006 (RWC2006.EXE, 283KB)

Download Self Extracting file containing data for 2005 (RWC2005.EXE, 327KB)

Download Self Extracting file containing data for 2004 (RWC2004.EXE, 323KB)

Download Self Extracting file containing data for 2002 and 2003 (rwc0203.EXE, 561KB)




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FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT
David H. Peterson, dhpete@usgs.gov
Chief, Geochemistry of Rivers and Estuaries Project
U.S. Geological Survey, MS 439
345 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025


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