SEGA Website
General Project Information and Status
Messaging Protocol
OpenSource Javascript Visualization Tool
SEGA Software Repository
Data Snapshots

These data snapshots, updated daily, contain a look at some of the data from the SEGA project. Users may view air temperature, photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), soil temperature, soil moisture, relative humidity, and precipitation for each active garden site. To pull up a weather snapshot for a garden site, click on a marker on the map below.

Recenter Map

Deployed WiSARDs

This map shows the location of WiSARDs currently deployed for the SEGA project as well as the FSML project. More information can be found on the SEGA website.
To view an individual garden use the dropdown menu below.

Recenter Map

The SEGA Project

The Southwest Experimental Garden Array (SEGA) is a large-scale environmental research project that focuses on genetic consequences of climate change on plants. The project is spearheaded by Northern Arizona University's (NAU) Merriam-Powell Center for Environmental Research and was initiated through a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant in 2012. For more information about the project, visit the SEGA website.

The SEGA Web Portal

The segaWeb Portal provides an interface between the user and the research data. From the portal, researchers can view and visualize live streaming data, edit experiment parameters as well as check and verify experiment functionality. The segaWeb portal offers a quick and easy way for a user to interact with both live and archived data.

Summary Graphics