Green Research and Education for Ecological Networks (GREEN)

Green Research and Education for Ecological Networks (GREEN)

With support from the National Science Foundation, the GREEN house will host an expanding community of scientists, writers and educators who work at this experimental forest near Blue River, Ore. Besides being constructed with energy-efficient design, local materials and operated with renewable energy, the facility will have imbedded sensors to monitor such things as its energy usage, air quality and carbon footprint.

The GREEN house sensor network measures internal wall space temperature, internal living space temperature and relative humidity, outside temperature and relative humidity, and above insulation attic air temperature. Displayed data are statistics over 15 minute time periods.

Green Research and Education for Ecological Networks (GREEN): 7d overview plots
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Indoor Air Temperature
Fan aspirated air temperature, © HJ Andrews, LTER (AND), OSU
Indoor Relative Humidity
Leaf wetness, © HJ Andrews, LTER (AND), OSU
Outdoor Air Temperature
Fan aspirated air temperature, © HJ Andrews, LTER (AND), OSU
Outdoor Relative Humidity
Soil temperature, © HJ Andrews, LTER (AND), OSU

Caution: These are provisional real-time data
that have not been quality checked! These data will change.