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Type of Project: Equipment
Functional Emphasis:
Public Service
Project Name:
Capital Infrastructure Upgrade and Improvements
Description: The current propeller and vane style monitors have currently exceeded their life expectancy. Current technology has progressed such that ultra-sonic anemometers are now the standard. A major capital upgrade is needed to implement an array of sensors in and around downtown Oklahoma City to monitor atmospheric conditions in the heavily populated downtown. These sensors will provide critical data to city officials, scientists and emergency managers concerning urban airborne pollutants. A boundary layer profiler will cement the capital upgrade by providing near real-time observations.
Bond Proceeds: $650,000
Total Amount of Project: $650,000

Total Oklahoma Mesonet/Oklahoma Climatological Survey
Bond Proceeds: $650,000
Total Amount of Project: $650,000