Organization(s):

NOAA logo
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL)
NASA logo
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
MSC logo Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC) - Atmospheric Environment Services (AES)
  Smithsonian Institute on Mauna Kea.


What does this program measure?

This program takes images of the sky at Mauna Loa observatory and Mauna Kea sites stored in jpg format.


How does this program work?

Various types of digital CCD cameras and computers connected on the network. Measurements at MLO are continuous. Images are posted online at the MLO web site and are thus available to the public.
Click here to view Today's Mauna Loa Web Camera page
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Why is this research important?

To archive images which can be use to aid data analysis which is done later in time.


Are there any trends in the data?

Not Applicable.


How does this program fit into the big picture?
What is it's role in global climate change?

Not Applicable.


Comments and References


Lead Investigator(s):

Darryl Kuniyuki
808-933-6965 (x236)


MLO Contact(s):

Darryl Kuniyuki
808-933-6965
Preston Sato
808-933-6965 (x236)


Web Site(s)

http://www.mlo.noaa.gov/
LiveCam/Fcam.htm


Date Started

1996


Related Programs

Pohakuloa Navy Camera




Photographs:

Image of Kona, Facing West, From MLOKona camera image

Image from Sun Deck Facing EastSolar deck camera image

Image from High Tower Facing EastTower camera image

Image Facing SouthwestSouthwest camera image

Web CameraWebcam used at outreach function