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Weather

The James Hutton Institute operates a range of different meteorological sites throughout Scotland which record weather data all year round.

Campbell-stokes sunshine recorder at the Dundee met site

Dundee Weather Station

The meteorological site at the Dundee site of the James Hutton Institute, just to the west of the city at Invergowrie, has been recording weather data for over 50 years. It has one of the longest running continuous meteorological databases relevant to agriculture in the UK. It is in the process of being converted to an automatic weather station. See the latest weekly and monthly data from the site here.

Automatic weather recording equipment at GlensaughGlensaugh Weather Station

The automatic weather station at the Institute's Glensaugh Research Station is part of the long term monitoring study, Environmental Change Network (ECN), which aims to identify environmental changes and to distinguish short-term fluctuations from long term trends. See the latest readings from the past seven days here.

Automatic weather recording equipment at SourhopeSourhope Farm Weather Station

The automatic weather station at Sourhope Farm in the Borders is part of the long term monitoring study, Environmental Change Network (ECN), which aims to identify environmental changes and to distinguish short-term fluctuations from long term trends. See the latest readings from the past seven days here.

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.