CIMIS

AcronymDefinition
CIMISCalifornia Irrigation Management Information System
CIMISCriminal Investigation Management Information System
CIMISCorrectional Institution Management Information System
CIMISCommon Industry Material Identification Standard
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A CIMIS station is also located at Diamond Springs, approximately nine miles southwest of Camino.
* Bundle 3: Growers who use a combination of technologies and management methods from Bundle 1 and Bundle 2, including pressure-compensating sprinklers, by feel, tensiometers, calendar-based irrigation, stumping/pruning trees, CIMIS, gypsum blocks, water audits.
Banuelos and Hutmacher of the Water Management Research Laboratory in Fresno, California are currently developing crop coefficients (crop evapotranspiration relative to reference evaporation; used to determine plant water requirements) for plants used in phytoremediation of Se using weather data from the California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) and soil water data under different irrigation regimes.
Climate data are included as secondary data (CIMIS 1982-90); the climate data from the weather station closest to a farm is merged with the survey data for that farm.
In 1981, the pioneering California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) weather station network was set up, a collaboration between UC and the California Department of Water Resources (CDWR).
It can track a wide array of data including evapotranspiration information (sourced from either in-vineyard systems, private networks or California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS), phenological events (bud break, bloom, veraison, harvest), irrigation applications, soil moisture data and any other information that needs to be recorded.
Meyer and Gibeault (1987) summarized the results of a series of applied water studies at Santa Ana, CA, and concluded that monthly [K.sub.c]s based on the modified Penman Equation, used by the California Irrigation Management Information System [(CIMIS); Snyder and Pruitt, 1985], ranged from 0.55 to 0.79 for warm season grasses and 0.60 to 1.04 for cool season grasses.
Weather conditions more favorable to ALB disease contribute to growers applying fungicides more times each summer in the northern and southern counties than in the central counties (CIMIS 2017).