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    ---- The bulletin is coded as BUFR code form:FM 94 (BUFR, Binary universal form for the representation of meteorological data) .(Refer to WMO No.306 - Manual on Codes for the definition of WMO international codes)---- The ISMN41 TTAAii Data Designators decode (2) as:T1 (I): Observational data (Binary coded) - BUFR.T2 (S): Surface/sea level.A1 (M): Main synoptic observations from fixed land stations (SMxx).A2 (N): Northern hemisphere.(2: Refer to WMO No.386 - Manual on the GTS - Attachment II.5)---- Correspondence with the C13 common BUFR/CREX code table:(000/002) or (Surface data land -- Main synoptic observations from fixed-land stations (SYNOP)) data type / data sub-type.---- The bulletin collects reports from stations:Boulogne, Dunkerque, Dieppe and Cap-de-la heve---- WMO No.9 - Volume C1 'Remarks' field:The BUFR data will be sent prgressively from 27 September 2010 to march 2011

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    ---- The bulletin is coded as BUFR code form:FM 94 (BUFR, Binary universal form for the representation of meteorological data) .(Refer to WMO No.306 - Manual on Codes for the definition of WMO international codes)---- The ISMN14 TTAAii Data Designators decode (2) as:T1 (I): Observational data (Binary coded) - BUFR.T2 (S): Surface/sea level.A1 (M): Main synoptic observations from fixed land stations (SMxx).A2 (N): Northern hemisphere.(2: Refer to WMO No.386 - Manual on the GTS - Attachment II.5)---- Correspondence with the C13 common BUFR/CREX code table:(000/002) or (Surface data land -- Main synoptic observations from fixed-land stations (SYNOP)) data type / data sub-type.---- The bulletin collects reports from stations:Mont-de-marsan---- WMO No.9 - Volume C1 'Remarks' field:The BUFR data will be sent prgressively from 27 September 2010 to march 2011

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    ---- The bulletin is coded as BUFR code form:FM 94 (BUFR, Binary universal form for the representation of meteorological data) .(Refer to WMO No.306 - Manual on Codes for the definition of WMO international codes)---- The ISIN03 TTAAii Data Designators decode (2) as:T1 (I): Observational data (Binary coded) - BUFR.T2 (S): Surface/sea level.A1 (I): Intermediate synoptic observations from fixed land stations (SIxx).A2 (N): Northern hemisphere.(2: Refer to WMO No.386 - Manual on the GTS - Attachment II.5)---- Correspondence with the C13 common BUFR/CREX code table:(000/001) or (Surface data land -- Intermediate synoptic observations from fixed-land stations (SYNOP)) data type / data sub-type.---- The bulletin collects reports from stations:Clermont-ferrand, Le puy-loudes, Lyon-st exupery, Montelimar and Embrun---- The following station codes are unknown: 07463---- WMO No.9 - Volume C1 'Remarks' field:The BUFR data will be sent prgressively from 27 September 2010 to march 2011

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    This dataset contains environmental observations as well as ship parameters (such as speed and direction). Enhancement of Measurements on Ships of Opportunity (SOOP)- Air Sea Flux (ASF) R.V. Aurora Australis collects underway meteorological and oceanographic observations during scientific and Antarctic resupply voyages in the oceans adjacent to Australia. Data streams are fed into the existing ship data management system, and broadcast via satellite back to Australia 30 minutes. The observations are quality controlled at the Bureau of Meteorology and air-sea fluxes calculated using the COARE Bulk Flux algorithm. A daily file of 1-minute averages of the observations are generated shortly after 0000UTC and provided to eMII. The data is contained in NetCDF format files and consists of environmental observations as well as ship parameters (such as speed and direction). Wind is observed with two different sensors, and the relative (observed) and true (relative to fixed earth) wind speed and direction provided. Air temperature and humidity is observed on the port and starboard of the main mast. Short-wave (sunlight) and long-wave (infra-red radiation or heat, from sky and clouds) is also observed on the port and starboard side. Precipitation is observed with an optical rain-gauge and traditional siphon gauge from the foremast. Instrument meta-data and QC flags are also contained in the files.

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    The station is roughly 17 km north of the small town Bukittinggi and around 120 km north of Padang which the capital of the province West Sumatra. The remote station Bukit Kototabang (which means Bukit=Hills) is situated in the equatorial zone on the ridge of a high Barisan plateau at an altitude of 864.5 m a.s.l., and 40 km off the western coastline. The prevailing winds are blowing either from south-south-east (December to May) or from north-north-west (May to October). The temperature varies from 16 to 25 °C with only slight annual variation and the relative humidity is usually higher than 80%, and the annual precipitation is >3000 mm. The facilities at the site consist of a large one-story building, which provides excellent space for offices, meeting room and laboratories. On the 300 m3 flat roof, the air inlet and several radiation and meteorological equipment are mounted. The station is reached over a small access road which is closed to the public and is a few kilometres off the westerly main road (moderate traffic) between Padang and Medan. The vegetation in the surrounding area (30 km) consists mainly of tropical forest.

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    Niwot Ridge is located approximately 35 km west of Boulder, Colorado, with the entire study site lying above 3000 m elevation. There is a cirque glacier (Arikaree Glacier), extensive alpine tundra, a variety of glacial landforms, glacial lakes and moraines, cirques and talus slopes, patterned ground, and permafrost. The research area is bounded on the west by the Continental Divide, with runoff on the two sides being destined for the Colorado and Mississippi Rivers. The alpine study area is reached by an unimproved road from the Mountain Research Station (2895 m) which leads to within 2 km of the main tundra research site, the Saddle (3528 m). The D-1 research site (3739 m), for which climate records are continuous from 1952, lies a farther 3 km from the road head. The Martinelli study area (3380 m) is located 1 km southwest of the Saddle, in the forest-tundra ecotone. The Green Lakes Valley lies immediately south of the western half of Niwot Ridge. It includes the Arikaree Glacier at its head (3798 m), and the wetland, Green Lake 4, and Albion research sites. The Green Lakes Valley and Martinelli sites are all within the City of Boulder Watershed which is closed to public access. Niwot Ridge, including the main alpine study site, is part of the Roosevelt National Forest and has been designated a Biosphere Reserve (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO) and an Experimental Ecology Reserve (USDA Forest Service). A context-sensitive topographic relief map can be used to access the scenic views of the areas indicated above, as well as several others. Topographic setting: Ridge top, but on south facing slope. Air samples have been taken here, in flasks, for NOAA CMDL since 1963. These flasks are analysed for the same compounds as at C1

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    The dataset contains temperature, salinity and biological parameters like for example dissolved oxygen and turbidity data measured by a Slocum glider in the region of Crowdy Head (New South Wales). The Australian National Facility for Ocean Gliders (ANFOG) manages three Slocum gliders to be deployed on the continental shelf. The variables available in this dataset are: Temperature, salinity, conductivity, density, pressure, chromophoric dissolved oxygen matter, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence and backscatter coefficient at 660nm.