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HPWREN Environmental Cameras

Images are recorded at most sites every two minutes, and are available as individual frames or as three hour time-lapse movies compiled all day long. Archives go back several years. Reload webpage to refresh still images.

web cam instation hpwren ucsd mt woodson

Time-lapse of last 1500-100 period from about 2800' Mount Woodson, 20 miles inland looking west toward Carlsbad. Click 'play' arrow to rerun the sequence.

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0000-0300 . 0300-0600
0600-0900 . 0900-1200
1200-1500 . 1500-1800
1800-2100 . 2100-2400



The current view (a still image) from Mount Woodson. We're just to the left of the notch in the last ridge.
HPWREN Mt Woodson


Infrared time-lapse looking East last night from midnight to 0300. Click arrow to replay.

Other Intervals
0000-0300 . 0300-0600
0600-0900 . 0900-1200
1200-1500 . 1500-1800
1800-2100 . 2100-2400


Current view from Mt. Soledad in La Jolla (also a still image) looking north toward Carlsbad from about 700'.

La Jolla Coast HPWREN

HPWREN, the High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network, is one of the Applied Network Research (ANR) projects at the University of California, San Diego. HPWREN functions as a an Internet-based infrastructure for research, education, and public safety activities. The project supports a wireless data network in San Diego, Riverside, and Imperial counties. The network supports a vast spectrum of network application requirements, ranging from the bursty, very-high-volume data, predominantly at night, produced by the the Palomar Observatory, to continuous low-volume traffic of individual sensors, such as earthquake sensors. HPWREN includes permanent sites, as well as those created temporarily and on short notice, such as firefighter Incident Command Posts (ICPs).

The network spans from San Clemente Island in the Pacific Ocean, to the southern California coast and inland valleys, to the mountains further inland with elevations of more than 8,700 feet, and out to remote locations in the desert reaching almost to the Arizona border. The network’s longest link is 72 miles - reaching from UCSD's San Diego Supercomputer Center to San Clemente Island.

Almost 100 hi-res webcams located at overlooks around San Diego County are available
here—and definately worth a visit
.