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You can use the fact that the Earth's rotation period is known. Then divide that period (use the solar day of 24 hrs 00 minutes instead of the sidereal day of 23 hrs 56 minutes) by the actual amount of time between your two solar noons and multiply the resulting factor by your 1260 km distance. The result is the circumference ... of your latitude circle. ...


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I assume you mean sensors that measure volumetric soil water content. The answer will depend on the amount of precipitation and the permeability of the soil. Soils don't reach full saturation in some climates - especially coarse texture soils. I would say that if the soil water content reaches a maximum value that persists for a period of time after large ...


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Unfortunately, what you want may not be actually available. It is standard to make measurements of snow every 24 hours. This is because it is well known that frequent observations of snowfall will exceed the total accumulated snowfall. The total accumulation of snow is not equal to the sum of the accumulated rate of the integral. That is, $$\Delta S \ne\int_{...


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