The Department of Plants, Soils, & Climate at Utah State University maintains a solar powered weather observatory on campus using both an Apogee TS-100 Aspirated Radiation Shield and a standard static shield to monitor air temperature. A real-time graph on the site illustrates errors that can occur with static shields in certain conditions.
The USU weather station uses both an aspirated and static shield to monitor air temperature. A real-time graph on the site shows errors that occur when using static shields.
Apogee Sensors Used
Department of Plants, Soils, and Climate
Utah State University, Logan, Utah