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Soil Climate Analysis Network

Soil Climate Analysis Network

Image of typical SCAN Site

The Soil Climate Analysis Network (SCAN) provides real-time soil moisture and temperature data coupled with additional climate information for use in natural resource planning, drought assessment, water resource management, and resource inventory. The stations are remotely located and collect hourly atmospheric and soils data that are available to the public online. SCAN is composed of 35 near-real-time climate stations in Utah that transmit hourly atmospheric and belowground data from spatially representative soils and landscapes. Sites are located on agriculturally important areas that best represent current irrigated and non-irrigated practices.

Link to map based SCAN Data

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