Unlocking Pre-1850 Instrumental Meteorological Records: A Global Inventory
Stefan Broennimann, Rob Allan, Linden Ashcroft, Saba Baer, Mariano Barriendos, Rudolf Brazdil, Yuri Brugnara, Manola Brunet, Michele Brunetti, Barbara Chimani, Richard Cornes, Fernando Dominguez-Castro, Janusz Filipiak, Dimitra Founda, Ricardo Garcia Herrera, Joelle Gergis, Stefan Grab, Lisa Hannak, Heli Huhtamaa, Kim S Jacobsen Show all
BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY | AMER METEOROLOGICAL SOC | Published : 2019
A global inventory of early instrumental meteorological measurements is compiled that comprises thousands of mostly nondigitized series, pointing to the potential of weather data rescue.
Awarded by European Research Council
Awarded by Copernicus Climate Change Service
Awarded by Swiss National Science Foundation
Awarded by National Science Centre, Poland
Awarded by European Commission via the Copernicus Climate Change Service
Awarded by project SustES-Adaptation Strategies for Sustainable Ecosystem Services and Food Security under Adverse Environmental Conditions Project
Awarded by Junta of Extremadura
Awarded by Spanish Government
We thank Robert Rohde for his contributions during and after the workshop. SB acknowledges funding from the European Research Council (787574), Copernicus Climate Change Service (311a Lot 1) and from the Swiss National Science Foundation (IZSEZ0_180328, 205121_169676). The research work of RP and PW was supported by the National Science Centre, Poland (Grants DEC-2012/07/B/ST10/04002 and 2015/19/B/ST10/02933). JL and RA acknowledge the ongoing support of CSSP China under the BEIS U.K.-China Research and Innovation Partnership Fund through the Met Office Climate Science for Service Partnership (CSSP) China as part of the Newton Fund. J. Luterbacher also acknowledges the DAAD project "The Mediterranean Hot-Spot" and the JPI-Climate/Belmont Forum collaborative Research Action "INTEGRATE, An integrated data-model study of interactions between tropical monsoons and extratropical climate variability and extremes." SN and PWT were funded by the European Commission via the Copernicus Climate Change Service Contract C3S 311a Lot 2. RB and LR acknowledge the support by the project SustES-Adaptation Strategies for Sustainable Ecosystem Services and Food Security under Adverse Environmental Conditions Project CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_019/0000797. VS is grateful to support from Environment and Climate Change Canada. JMV was supported by the Junta of Extremadura (Grant GR18097) and by the Spanish Government (CGL2017-87917-P). HH was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (P2BEP1_175214).