Founding the H.C. Carroll Memorial Observatory, Bronson Florida
CoCoRaHS is an acronym for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network. CoCoRaHS is a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation (rain, hail and snow). By using low-cost measurement tools, stressing training and education, and utilizing an interactive Web-site, our aim is to provide the highest quality data for natural resource, education and research applications. We are now in all fifty states.
I have been a CoCoRaHS volunteer since June 2014, reporting from station TX-DA-52 in Mesquite Texas. I have also served as county coordinator for 8 North Texas counties including Dallas, Tarrant, Kaufman, Raines, Hunt, VanZanst, and Rockwall.
I will be operating station FL-LV-19 in central Florida just outside the Bronson Florida community.
I am available to come to your garden club, ham radio club, astronomy club, school or library to share with you about CoCoRaHS. Please contact me for details! email@example.com
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Gauge Catch The amount of water in the gauge measured after it is melted, measured to the nearest hundredth (0.01) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 millimeter and, if feasible, to the nearest 0.1 mm.24-hour
SnowfallThe maximum depth of new snow in the past 24 hours, measured to the tenth (0.1) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 centimeter.24-hour
Snowfall SWE (Snow Water Equivalent)The amount of water measured from melting a core of snow obtained from the snow on the ground at the depth of the 24-hour snowfall, measured to the nearest hundredth (0.01) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 millimeter and, if feasible, to the nearest 0.1 mm
.24-hour Snowfall SLR (Snow to Liquid Ratio)The ratio calculated by dividing the 24-Hour Snowfall in inches by the 24-Hour Snowfall SWE in inches. This expressed as a ratio, e.g. 12:1. This value is automatically calculated from the 24-hour snowfall and 24-hour Snowfall SWE values and is not editable.
Snowpack DepthThe total depth of new snow and old snow and ice at observation time measured to the nearest half (0.5) inch, or to the nearest centimeter.
Snowpack SWEThe amount of water measured from melting a core of snow obtained from a location that is equal to the Snowpack Depth, measured the nearest hundredth (0.01) of an inch, or to the nearest 0.2 millimeter and, if feasible, to the nearest 0.1 mm.
Snowpack DensityThe percent of water in the Snowpack, calculated by dividing the Snowpack SWE by the Snowpack Depth, expressed as a decimal. This value is automatically calculated from the Snowpack Depth and Snowpack SWE values and is not editable.
I am establishing an Astronomical and Meteorological Observatory that will include my CoCoRaHS station FL-LV-19. The Observatory is the Herbert C. Carroll Memorial Observatory near Bronson, Florida
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