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June I 2004- Hot and Heavy...

June 22, 2004

Hot Activities

Things have really been hopping down at the Sev this month.

Of note is the installation of a new wireless network which covers most of Mckenzie Flats. A new antenna has sprouted o­n the lab/conference building. This is the base station radio for the new wireless network o­n the Sevilleta. This radio is transmitting to a 2nd newly installed radio atop the granite escarpment south of Bootleg Canyon. This radio in turn is in contact with 2 Access Point radios in the same area. The beams from these 2 radios cover the Mckenzie Flats region.

January 2004- Contrary to predictions, January at the Sev came in cooler than average - at least the average daily average and the average daily highs came in cooler than average

February 9, 2004

The average daytime highs ran cooler than average by 0.8 degrees C but the daytime lows ran 0.5 degrees warmer than average. Consequently, daytime averages were 0.2 degrees below average. Most days got warmer than average during the first half of January but storms later in the month brought the temperatures back below normal for much of the second half. One daily low temperatures record was broken on the 5th. Monthly records were never really threatened.


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