Environmental Working Group Arctic Meteorology and Climate Atlas, Version 1 (G01938)
This is the most recent version of these data.
The Arctic Meteorology and Climate Atlas was developed by specialists from the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI), St. Petersburg, Russia, the University of Washington, Seattle, and the National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado, Boulder. The Atlas contains three main sections: a history section, a 'Primer,' and a data section. The history section and Primer provide background and introductory information for newcomers to arctic meteorology, while the data section contains gridded fields of meteorological parameters, and newly released meteorological station data from Russian and other sources. In addition, the Atlas includes several English translations of Russian technical documents, and a glossary of meteorological terms in English and Russian.
- St. Petersburg, RussiaArctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI)
AIR TEMPERATURE CLOUD AMOUNT HUMIDITY INCOMING SOLAR RADIATION LONGWAVE RADIATION NET RADIATION PRECIPITATION AMOUNT SEA LEVEL PRESSURE SNOW SNOW DEPTH SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT WIND SPEED
GROUND STATIONS, GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS, SHIPS, WEATHER STATIONS
ANEROID PRESSURE SENSOR, BAROMETERS, HYGROMETERS, PSYCHROMETERS, THERMOMETERS, VISUAL OBSERVATIONS, WET BULB THERMOMETERS
1 January 1950 to 31 December 1995