Davis Bureau of Meteorology Station [Candidate]
Integrated CryoNet Cluster Information
Stations in This Site
This site is comprised of the following stations:
- Davis main AFIN station - CryoNet Station
Broad Research Focus
Climate monitoring and variability.
Representativeness of the Cluster
Represents coastal environment at Davis
See: Climate variations and change evident in high-quality climate data for Australia’s Antarctic and remote island weather stations. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal 62 (2012) 247–261
Australian Antarctic station - year round presence.
Other Networks to Which This CryoNet Cluster Belongs
- Davis is part of the WMO-sponsored Global Climate Observing System (GCOS); the Global Surface Network (GSN) and the Global Upper Air Network (GUAN).
Measurement Methods Used
- WMO Technical Regulations
- Are the data quality controlled? yes
- How are the data accessible? an existing data center
- Data availability (may depend on the variable measured): in real-time, in near real-time
Additional Information Documents
The measurements made at Davis Bureau of Meteorology Station are listed in the following tables. This is a combination of measurements made at the stations within the site, where the start and end years in the tables are the earliest and latest years of measurement. (Note: If End Year is blank, measurements are ongoing.)
Measurement Notes and Other Measurements
|Category||Description or List|
|Atmosphere||Upper air program 00 and 12UTC radiosonde year round. |
Weekly Ozonesonde flights since 2003.
Dobson Spectrophotometer since 2000.
AAD operated Lidar and VHF wind profiler.