Hourly climate data from 23 stations on Kilimanjaro (East Africa) over three years - Version 1.0
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Data were collected under the NERC funded project - The role of land-use change on influencing mountain climate on Kilimanjaro, East Africa (NE/J013366/1) - lead by Dr Nicholas Pepin (University of Portsmouth) which investigated the influence of land-use on surface climate (temperature and moisture availability) on Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.
Temperature and relative humidity (RH) data were collected hourly from 23 stations located on Mount Kilimanjaro between September 2012 to September 2015.
Citable as:Pepin, N. (2016): Hourly climate data from 23 stations on Kilimanjaro (East Africa) over three years - Version 1.0. Centre for Environmental Data Analysis, 09 February 2016. doi:10.5285/10ca2f67-1da5-4d4f-854b-dd2895846edb. http://dx.doi.org/10.5285/10ca2f67-1da5-4d4f-854b-dd2895846edb
Keywords: temperature, relative humidity, Kilimanjaro, mountain
Dataset supports the following projects:
|The role of land-use change on influencing mountain climate on Kilimanjaro, East Africa|
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