Cotton Canopy Temperature Data

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Cotton Canopy Temperature Data

This collection contains three types of data files: 1) Canopy temperature files in csv format 2) Weather data corresponding to canopy temperature sensor location csv format 3) Agronomic data corresponding to canopy temperature sensor location in csv format

Agricultural Hydrology (Drainage, Flooding, Irrigation, Quality, etc.) Agronomy

01 Oct 2007

Hizbullah Jamali

canopy temperature cotton irrigation evapotranspiration water stress


This data was generated from field trials in New South Wales and Queensland in Australia, and Lubbock, Taxas in the USA. Canopy temperature data was collected using either CSIRO's ArduCrop infrared sensors or SmartField (USA) sensors. Weather data was collected from nearest weather station.

Funding for the canopy temperature data collection and research was provided by the CRDC. Additional data was collected by the USDA in the USA. The staff involved in collection of this data include Tracey May, Shanna Smith, Victoria Smith and Alan Thompson.

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivatives 4.0 International Licence

CSIRO (Australia), USDA (United States)

Jamali, Hizbullah; Brodrick, Rose; Conaty, Warren; May, Tracey; Nunn, Christopher; Mahan, James; Bange, Michael (2018): Cotton Canopy Temperature Data. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection.

All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO 2018.

Although the associated metadata is public, the files (if any) have not been approved for general release. Please phone or email the contact person for this collection to discuss access to the files.

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Hizbullah Jamali

Research Scientist




About this Project


Canopy Temperature

Canopy temperature data together with weather and agronomic data to determine water stress in irrigated and non-irrigated crops.


Canopy temperature data was collected using using a variety of custom-built proximal point infrared sensors.

Hizbullah Jamali

Rose Brodrick

Warren Conaty

Tracey May

Christopher Nunn

James Mahan

Michael Bange