The Ecoengine is connected to an environmental sensor array housed Angelo Coast Range Reserve. The array was first established as part of a Keck Foundation grant for the project Keck Hydrowatch and has been maintained and expanded through various other projects including the NSF-funded, Eel River Critical Zone Observatory.
The data are stored in Berkeley's Sensor Database, which contains over 400 million measurements across 48 variables, including temperature, precipitation, and CO2, and is updated every 15 minutes.
As more Field Stations come online and have their data sent to the Sensor Database, then these data will be available in the Ecoengine API and its tools.
See an example of the sensor data visualization powered by the Ecoengine.