The Geography Department's Climate Research Lab is located in Room 214 of the Callcott Building on Bull St. The lab is equipped with an array of microclimatic instrumentation including Li-cor and Eppley pyranometers, net radiometers, anemometers, soil heat flux plates, temperature and relative humidity sensors, and dataloggers. We have a suite of unix and personal computers, a microfiche reader, and software for data analysis, visualization (GrADS, VIS5D), image processing (Imagine, ENVI, and IDL), and GIS. We have a variety of data sets including conventional surface and upper-air atmospheric data, plus extensive national data holdings extending to the eighteenth and nineteenth century. We also maintain a weather station on the USC campus and are in the process of installing a radio transceiver system that will remotely download data from the weather station to the climate lab, providing real time weather data to the web.