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    Hohenpeissenberg is an isolated mountain at 985 m a.s.l., 40km north of Zugspitze (Alps) in a hilly area. The mountain rises 300m above the surrounding area, which is populated to an extent typical for central Europe and partly covered with meadows (~ 70%) and forests (~ 30%). The Meteorological Observatory situated on top of Hohenpeissenberg mountain has a long history of meteorological and climatological observations (since 1781) and is well-known for its long ozone record.

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    Zugspitze is the highest mountain of the German Alps (2964 m a.s.l.). It is located in southern Germany, about 90 km southwest of Munich, at the Austrian border. Monitoring of air pollution up to 1999 was carried out from an aluminium sheltered cabin on the view point terrace (47o 25' N, 10o 59' E; 2962 m a.s.l.). Trace gas measurements were re-located in 2000 to the new Environmental Research Station "Schneefernerhaus" at 2656 m a.s.l. on the southern slope of Zugspitze. Together with the Meteorological Observatory Hohenpeissenberg (40 km north), this platform establishes the Global Station Zugspitze/Hohenpeissenberg. The monitoring program is operated jointly by the Federal Environmental Agency (Umweltbundesamt, UBA) and the German Meteorological Service (Deutscher Wetterdienst, DWD).

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    Global station at the top of a mountain, north side of the Alps.

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    Radarprodukt PL mit horizontalen/vertikalen Seitenaufrissen, Einzelradar des operationellen DWD-Radarverbundes

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    Radarprodukt PL mit horizontalen/vertikalen Seitenaufrissen, Einzelradar des operationellen DWD-Radarverbundes

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    7 Tage Vorhersage. Wind, Temperatur, Niederschlag, Schneehöhe, Bodendruck und Bedeckung - 7 days forecast. Wind, temperature, precipitation, depth of snow, air pressure and cloud cover