Project Description

Oneida Lake- Bridgeport NY
Cornell University Biological Field Station at Shackelton Point

Maintained by SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in collaboration with Cornell University.

The Cornell University Biological Field Station (CBFS) is located at Shackelton Point on Oneida Lake near Bridgeport, NY. The weather station currently reports meteorological conditions from sensors located on the top of an observation tower approximately 40 feet above water level. Real time water quality monitoring is currently under development and will be made available as it comes online.

The system is maintained and operated by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in collaboration with Cornell University. Funding for this buoy comes from the Great Lakes Research Consortium (GLRC), Cornell University Biological Field Station, and from SUNY-ESF.

 

Oneida Weather
at 04/23/14 8:00PM

Wind From Direction

292

Deg

Wind Speed

16.2

knots

Max Wind Speed

17.2

knots

Air Temperature

6.06

C

Relative Humidity

63

%

Barometric Pressure

29.4

inHg

Daily Rain

0.05

in

Rain Duration

43,410

s

Hail amount

0

hit/in2

Solar Radiation

0

W/m2

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