[time-nuts] OT re, Sacramento River Monitor

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Sat Jan 14 12:50:11 EST 2012

Just a FYI, this GOES system has way more sites feeding it than that website. The fire weather sites near me have the same setup. The Desert Research Institute in CA and NV ditto. Some of the DRI sites are on 10 minute intervals, though perhaps they don't feed ever 10 minutes. I found one of those sites feeding data from where an underground spring pops out. 

I'm amazed there is enough bandwidth for all the sites I've found. 

And as you indicated, timing is everything here. You get your slot to send the data. 

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From: Rich and Marcia Putz
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Subject: [time-nuts] OT re, Sacramento River Monitor
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Fellow nutters;

A comment on something posted earlier today.
I know this is off topic,(except for the time-stamp-GPS anteena comment ;-)) but the web site http://water.weather. gov/ahps/ lists all the hydrologic monitors around the county. There are two near here with the crossed yagis pointing at what I would imagine is some GOES satellite. These have solar panels, but I've not noticed a GPR antenna, perhaps I shall look a little closer next time I goes by them.

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