Become a Climate Change Xplorer with an open source, easy to build, modular, 3D printed weather station.
Citizen scientists can build a station to put into their backyards to share data with anyone would be interested.
Schools can build stations to teach concepts about weather and climate change and data-driven climate mitigation.
Researchers and forecasters can build low-cost small mesonets and weather station networks to support, operations, research, emergency management, and community outreach.
Our team has developed tools and capacity to build mesonets atop these low-cost sensors for deployment into your community or program of choice.
This project was funded through the Spring 2019 ESIP Lab RFP. Over the next few weeks, a handful of these stations will be deployed in Puerto Rico, filling a critical inland data gap; it is very exciting to see how far this project has come.
Learn more about the Xplorer Station here, including complete 3D printing instructions!