2 edition of Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions found in the catalog.
Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions
Earl M. Bates
1993 by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English
|Statement||George H. Taylor ... [et al.]|
|Series||Special report / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 921, May 1993., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 912.|
|Contributions||Taylor, George H., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
Department of Geology and Mineral Industries I State Office Building Portland I, Oregon By are available from the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, U. S. U.S. Weather Bureau Climatological Data: Oregon, Years consistent with normal climatological variations and similar to those reported for other regions (1, 10, 13). Table 4. — Concentration of total DDT added to the forest floor in throughfall precipitation after aerial spraying. Months Total After DDT Spraying Residue (ppb) i The major agricultural products of Oregon are grain, hazelnuts, wine, assorted types of berries and seafood products. Salmon fishing is a major industry in Oregon. The state is also home to large companies such as Nike, Harry and David and Tillamook : Amanda Briney. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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Climatological Data for Oregon Agricultural Regions Introduction Agriculture is Oregon's second largest industry, with gross farm sales of nearly $ billion in Due to the diversity of the climate, topography, and vegetation in Oregon, agriculture. Oregon Agriculture Regions Beef cattle, hay, potatoes, and mint grow in this scenic area of the state.
But the most intensive production is found in the Treasure Valley along the Idaho border where much of the nation’s onion production takes place. Other irrigated crops include sugar beets and a variety of vegetables. Perhaps the most diverseFile Size: KB. Climate of Oregon Introduction Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions book publication consists of a narrative that describes some of the principal climatic features and a number of climatological summaries for stations in various geographic regions of the State.
The detailed information presented should be sufficient for general use; however, some usersFile Size: 47KB. Agricultural statistics are provided primarily by the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions book by data supplied by Oregon State University.
This report from OSU Extension and ODA provides a profile of agriculture, food and fiber in the Oregon economy and includes estimates. Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State University Special Report May Local Climatological Data Corvallis, Oregon Means and Update George H.
Taylor, State Climatologist Alexi Bartlett Robin Mahrt Chris Scalley Oregon Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions book Service Oregon State University May Data from Hyslop Crop Science Field Laboratory.
Commission for Agricultural Meteorology., 2 books Conference on Biometeorology and Integrated Pest Management ( University of Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions book, Davis), 2 books United States.
Dept. of Agriculture., 2 books World Meteorological Organization., 2 Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions book Carton, Paul, 2 books Jill E.
Oakes, 2 books E. Jung, 2 books United States. Oregon’s vast agricultural diversity is no secret. With more t farms covering a whopping million acres, the state produces more than commodities. A big part of Oregon’s agricultural success is the unique attributes of its different growing regions.
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3 Despite hours of searching, I have not found a good source for average yearly rainfall in Oregon. (If you can find one, certainly use it; plus, you have my cong ratulations!) You can, however, get annual precipitation data for various regions from Oregon State’s “Climatological Data For Oregon Agricultural Regions” at.
Earl M. Bates has written: 'Soil temperature of Oregon's agricultural regions' -- subject(s): Statistics, Soil temperature 'Climatological data for Oregon agricultural regions' -- subject(s. Data for Local Communities (Oregon) Is a service of the Orbis Cascade Alliance.
It is a gathering place for statistical, spatial, and descriptive information about the cities, counties and other civil, economic, and natural regions of Oregon. You can use the LocalData database to retrieve web-based information by topic and geography.
This beautiful 36 X 24 inch full color Oregon map features the leading and unique commodities grown in the state's seven regions. It is an excellent tool to bring the story of Oregon's agricultural diversity to the classroom.
The Grown in Oregon Map helps students visualize where things are grown in our state and why. It is a great tool for teaching regions.
It can be used to learn about. AgriMet automated stations provided high-quality data in agricultural regions of the Pacific Northwest. In total, data from stations were accepted for analysis: in the conterminous United States, 32 in Puerto Rico, 52 in Hawaii, in Alaska, in Canada, and in Mexico (Table 2).Cited by: The reports are designed to tell Oregon’s “Agricultural Story”.
These reports include: Annual Agriculture and Fisheries Statistics Bulletin. This report is the State’s annual summary that contains most of the statistics published during the year and it also includes data for previous years.
Agri-Facts. Oregon is located between Washington state and California on the West Coast of the United States. Boasting ocean beaches, tall mountains, valleys, deserts, cities, sand dunes, wineries, bike trails, big business, and more, there’s always something to. Follow Oregon Agriculture in the the Classroom.
Agriculture in the Classroom is a nationwide educational program designed to help students develop an awareness and understanding that agriculture is the source of our food, clothing, shelter and other essentials.
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contribute to Oregon’s economy and the wellbeing of Oregonians in every region of the state. Many opportunities exist to make Oregon agriculture even more successful. This report describes the Board of Agriculture’s key priorities for investment, both at the state level and in Oregon’s seven agricultural regions.
STATE AGRICULTURE OVERVIEW. Oregon † Survey Data from Quick Stats as of: May/11/ Snowfall in Oregon is greatest in the Cascade Range. Based on data from ski resorts and a few official weather stations, average annual snowfall in the Cascades can range from to inches ( to 1, cm).
The state's largest annual snowfall on record, inches (2, cm), occurred at Crater Lake in the Cascades in In the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon. What group faced appalling labor conditions in californias agricultural regions.
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The data represent either the climatological normals or period of record for that station. Data come from the World. Standard U.S. climatological services instruments and recording procedures. Monthly summary data are based on daily precipitation and air temperature readings.
NOTE: Daily precipitation totals and temperatures are total precip and min/max temps AT THE TIME OF MEASUREMENT BY THE OBSERVER. This document, published by the Meteorological Office indescribes and lists the location, altitude and climatic data used when grading land within the Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) of England and Wales (MAFF ).
The methods used to interpolate data are also described. It is being made available for the classification of agricultural land according to the MAFF. Groundwater piezometers and lake stilling wells were deployed as paired sets at 10 locations in Upper Klamath Lake in south-central Oregon from May to October to measure hydraulic heads in and beneath the lake.
Continuous water-level data from piezometers and stilling wells were then used to. 1 ―Farms of all sizes, shapes, and forms add to the fabric of Oregon agriculture. All are important and we want all to be successful as stewards, businesses, and community citizens.” – Katy Coba, Director, Oregon Department of AgricultureFile Size: KB.
5 1All references to “farm,” “farmers,” and “farmland” include “ranch,” “ranchers,” and “rangeland.” 2The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines a beginning farmer or rancher (BFR) as someone who has operated a farm or ranch for 10 years or fewer either as a sole operator or with others who have also operated a farm or ranch for 10 years or fewer.
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Robert Elford and University of California Agricultural Extension Service (page images at HathiTrust). InI had the pleasure of collaborating with the late David Ludlum to generate a list of publications that focus on the weather and climate of a particular state or region (Robinson, D.A.
& D.M. Ludlum, The Weather Where You Live. Selective guide to climatic data sources / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, ), by Warren L.
Hatch and Keith D. Selective guide to climatic data sources Butson (page images at HathiTrust). Federal datasets are subject to the U.S. Federal Government Data Policy. Non-federal participants (e.g., universities, organizations, and tribal, state, and local governments) maintain their own data policies.
Data policies influence the usefulness of the data. Learn more about how to search for data and use this catalog. datasets found. Regional Climate Centers (RCC) deliver climate services at national, regional and state levels working with NOAA partners in the National Climatic Data Center, National Weather Service, the American Association of State Climatologists, the Regional Sciences and Assessment Program, and other NOAA Research Institutes.
Growing degree day: Growing degrees (GDs) is defined as the number of temperature degrees above a threshold base temperature, at which point plant growth ceases. The base temperature used in the Hyslop Weather Station GDDs is set to zero degrees C (32 degrees F).
Growing degree days are accumulated by adding each day’s growing degree amount. A hardiness zone is a geographic area defined to encompass a certain range of climatic conditions relevant to plant growth and survival.
The original and most widely-used system, developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as a rough guide for landscaping and gardening, defines 13 zones by annual extreme minimum temperature. It has. This report provides detailed climatological data from to for the Farmington, New Mexico area based on long-term datasets kept by the New Mexico State University Agricultural Science Center.
Station Data. Monthly averages Salem Longitude:Latitude: Average weather Salem, OR - Monthly: normals. After analyzing maps of agricultural products and climate, students will be able to create a map that shows the relationship between an agricultural product grown in regions of Oregon and its climate.
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Wine is the result of myriad influences that are often embodied in the concept of terroir, a term which attempts to capture all of the environmental and cultural influences in growing grapes and making r is derived from the Latin “terra” or “territorium” and its first modern definition appears as “a.
About OCS. OCS is the officially-recognized American Association of State Climatologists (AASC) state climate office for Oregon. Established in the s, OCS is located in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University and housed at the Oregon Climate Change Research is the go-to source for weather and climate information in the.
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