Texas Tech University’s National Wind Institute (NWI) is based on a strong foundation of more than 40 years of research and education on the impact of wind on structures and human life.
To bring together All Things Wind, TTU has created the NWI to better support the interdisciplinary research and educational opportunities in wind science, engineering and energy. The institute combines the former Wind Science and Engineering (WiSE) Research Center and the Texas Wind Energy Institute (TWEI) into one entity to support the overall wind enterprise at Texas Tech University.
For All Things Wind, consider TTU’s National Wind Institute.
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The West Texas Mesonet recently celebrated the opening of Station #85 in Goodnight, Texas (Armstrong County). Located 37 miles SE of Amarillo and 12 miles SW of Claude along Highway 287, the station is now on-line with data in all products and feeds.
Special thanks to the National Weather Service folks from Amarillo and Lubbock who helped to build this station, and to the Goodnight Historical Center for allowing the station on their land.
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West Texas Mesonet Celebrates Opening of Station #85