Read how Isabella Yallapragada, Sid Hegde, and Kim Novick from Indiana University used 20 years of precipitation and solar radiation data gathered at the US-MMS flux tower to predict viewing conditions for the solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. Morgan Monroe State Forest is one of the AmeriFlux Core sites, prioritizing high quality long term data records.

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