Indiana Water Balance Network
15 stations measuring temperature, humidity, solar radiation, wind speed, precipitation, soil temperature, soil moisture, and groundwater elevation. NOAA only distribution.
Indiana Geological and Water Survey
The Indiana Water Balance Network (IWBN) was initiated in 2012 by researchers at the Indiana Geological and Water Survey, Indiana University. The goal of this network is to monitor long-term trends for various components of the hydrologic cycle, including near-surface atmospheric conditions, soil physical parameters, and groundwater level. These data are collected to monitor mesoscale meteorology as one dataset needed for state-level water resource evaluation and management for agricultural, industrial, and municipal end-users.
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