Weather/climate/seasonal (Outdoor)

Tinytags are accurate, robust and waterproof, and will function reliably whatever the outdoor conditions when monitoring weather patterns, seasonal variations and climate change.

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Rugged, outdoor Tinytag data loggers provide temperature data for weather observation

An amateur weather observer uses Tinytag data loggers to maintain a weather record and determine how climate changes over time.

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Tinytag data loggers monitor wastewater samples for South West Water

South West Water use Tinytag data loggers across their wastewater sampling operation to ensure compliance with Environment Agency regulations.

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People load equipment onto a red aeroplane that has landed in the middle of the snowy Antarctic tundra.

Tinytag data loggers monitor temperatures of Antarctic soil in climate warming investigation

Rugged Tinytag Plus 2 data loggers were deployed in maritime Antarctica to monitor the effects of warming surface soil temperatures on the growth of cold-adapted decomposer fungi.

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Peak District rainfall monitoring Tinytag Re-Ed data loggers

Tinytags used in Peak District Moorland Conservation Project and Restoration Project

Tinytags are used by the Peak District National Park Authority to help monitor the impact of moorland conservation and restoration on rainfall flowing overland across the surface of the moor.

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Tinytag rainfall monitoring SEPA Re-Ed data logger

Scottish Environment Protection Agency chooses Tinytags

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is using Tinytag data loggers to monitor rainfall as part of a flood warning improvement project.

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British Cave Monitoring Centre Pooles Cavern temp/rh monitoring

Tinytags used at the British Cave Monitoring Centre

Tinytag data loggers are integral to the British Cave Monitoring Centre at Poole’s Cavern in Buxton, Derbyshire where the British Cave Research Association has installed temperature, relative humidity and drip count radio data loggers.

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Tinytag Plus 2 snow algae monitoring Antarctica

Tinytags monitor Antarctic snow algae

Robust Tinytag data loggers monitor temperature as part of research into snow algae growth and distribution in Antarctica.

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Tinytags monitor caves in Romania

Tinytags monitor cave temperatures as part of climate change research

Robust Tinytag data loggers were used for research into how climate signals are transferred from the surface into the underground at the Isverna cave system in Southwest Romania.

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Tinytag data loggers Historic England building research

Historic England uses Tinytags in building research

Tinytag data loggers were chosen by Historic England for part of a research project to improve resilience against flooding and energy efficiency in traditional buildings.

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Hintergrappelen sinkhole Switzerland

Tinytag data loggers monitor extremes of temperature in Switzerland

Tinytag data loggers are used in meteorological research to identify the coldest places in Switzerland.

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Chris lambert coast to coast greenland crossing

Tinytag data logger records temperatures on greenland crossing

A robust data logger recorded the temperature patterns during a coast to coast Greenland Crossing.

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Tinytag Re-Ed count logger used for environmental research into sediment movement

Using Tinytags for studying sediment movement in rivers

Tinytag count loggers have been used to create custom-made impact data loggers for scientists studying sediment movement in rivers.

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Tinytag Plus 2 temp/RH data logger environmental research

Tinytags used in natural woodland research

Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers are being used for a woodland environmental research project.

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Tinytag Plus 2 logger and Tinytag Thermohygrometer for climate observation

Tinytags used to verify readings in an automatic weather station

Tinytag temperature and relative humidity loggers are used in climatology research to record data used to verify readings of an automatic weather station.

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Tinytag View 2 and Tinytag Plus 2 data loggers for weather monitoring

Tinytags used to record data for weather observation

Tinytag temperature and relative humidity loggers record data used in climatology observation.

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Tinytag temperature data logger for glacial and climate change monitoring

Tinytag temperature data loggers used for glacial monitoring

Tinytag temperature data loggers are used as a key part of environmental and climate change research on glaciers in the Himalayas.

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Tinytag count logger used to create accurate rain gauge

Using Tinytags for high resolution rainfall monitoring

Tinytag count loggers have been used to create a pluviometer, an effective solution for accurate rainfall monitoring.

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Tinytag temperature and count loggers used to monitor environment in caves

Temp and Count loggers monitor caves to help reconstruct past climate change

Tinytag robust outdoor temperature data loggers are used to monitor cave conditions as part of a project to reconstruct past climate change.

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Tinytag temperature and relative humidity data loggers for monitoring outdoor planting conditions

Tinytags monitor temperature and RH to aid grassland regeneration

Tinytag data loggers monitor outdoor temperature and humidity to aid research into restoration and planting of UK Grasslands.

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