A flexible, integrated system for generating meteorological surfaces derived from point sources across multiple geographic scales

@article{Jolly2005AFI,
  title={A flexible, integrated system for generating meteorological surfaces derived from point sources across multiple geographic scales},
  author={William M. Jolly and Jonathan M. Graham and Andrew R. Michaelis and Ramakrishna R. Nemani and Steven W. Running},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2005},
  volume={20},
  pages={873-882}
}
The generation of meteorological surfaces from point-source data is a difficult but necessary step required for modeling ecological and hydrological processes across landscapes. To date, procedures to acquire, transform, and display meteorological information geographically have been specifically tailored to individual studies. Here we offer a flexible, integrated system that employs a relational database to store point information, a modular system incorporating a choice of weather data… CONTINUE READING
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