West Castle Alpine Monitoring System
The Alpine Monitoring System (AMS) is a collection of telemetered meteorological (MET) stations situated along the North-East aspect of Gravenstafel Ridge (South-South East of Syncline Mountain). This is a dynamic report, intended to provide project context and motivation, as well as an overview of the current and proposed state of the AMS. We define project completion as the state in which all three MET stations are collecting, and transmitting the data via the RF telemetry system to the parent node, where said data can be accessed from outside the Local Area Network.
This site is a collection of all West Castle AMS related reports, manuals, source code, and imagery. Because this project is still a work in progress, the site is the dynamic document, and will continue to evolving as the project continues to unfold. This site and its contents, unless otherwise specified, are the intellectual property of N. Reed Parsons, Dr. Christopher Hopkinson (Principle Investigator) and The ARTeMiS Laboratory, all rights reserved.
The menu above will assist in navigating the document. Many sections provide, 'previous', 'next' and 'home' links at the bottom of each page as a convenient way to read through any given section. Raw MET data is restricted to authorized users only, and is available upon request.
Looking from North Peak (Ham radio Tower) towards the col between Syncline and St.Eloi
SOURCE: Parsons, Reed. 2014
© Parsons 2015