Dataset landingpage: ClimateBasis Nuuk - Wind - Wind direction @ 1000 cm - 10min average (°)

Dataset specification

  • Title: ClimateBasis Nuuk - Wind - Wind direction @ 1000 cm - 10min average (°)
  • Description: Wind direction, 1000 cm - 10min average (°) Wind:Wind ClimateBasis Nuuk:The ClimateBasis programme monitors climate and hydrology in Zackenberg, Kobbefjord and Disko (Qeqertarsuaq) and is run by Asiaq - Greenland Survey. The collected data build base-line information on climate variability and trends for all the other sub-programmes within GEM and serve as a trustworthy foundation for adaptation strategies for the Greenlandic society. The stations are embedded in Asiaq’s extensive climate and hydrology monitoring network. Furthermore, the run-off data is delivered to the World Hydrological Cycle Observing System (WHYCOS) and the Global Runoff Data Centre (GRDC) networks.
  • DOI: 10.17897/N93X-Y018 -
  • Location/site: Climate stations - -51.34305568, 64.133055 (lon-lat wgs84)
  • Date span of the dataset: 2007-10-22 - 2020-12-31

Data originator, license and how to download the dataset

The dataset is a product of the Greenland Ecosystem Monitoring program (GEM): It is free and open data, licensed with terms of use under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA license: When downloading you will automatically get a terms of use document, describing how to cite the data and other important information.

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Variables measured / columns in dataset

ID Name Unit Data Type Description Date YYYY-MM-DD Date Date of observation Time HH:MM Time Time of observation. WGWT (UTC-3) Wind direction, 1000 cm - 10min average (°) ° Number Wind direction measured on two proximal climate stations at 1000 cm above ground as a 10min average (°). The double masted climate station is located between Badesø and Langsø at 40 m a.s.l.. The timeseries starts in 2007. Quality control is performed on both datasets from the double mast system. The combined time series is calculated as the interior bisector of the two measured wind directions. When only one station produces valid data these wind direction records are copied directly to the final time series. Wind directions are set to missing, when the corresponding wind speed is missing or below 0.05 m/s. Data comments: