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Data set name

Winds and waves data set from the south Baltic Sea near Lubiatowo (1995)

Data holding centreInstitute of Hydroengineering, Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN)
CountryPoland  Poland
Time periodFrom 15 January to date (data recorded during field experiments)
OngoingNo
Geographical area

Southern Baltic Sea near Lubiatowo, 54.8114° N, 17.8403° E

Observations 
Parameters

Wind strength and direction; Wave height estimates

Description 
Summary

The aim of collecting such data as parameters of wind and waves is to describe typical conditions in the Polish part of the coastal zone. The measurements have been carried out since 1993 at the Coastal Research Station in Lubiatowo. In 1995, wave parameters were recorded from 15 September to 31 December. Data were recorded every three hours for 30 minutes for waves and 10 minutes for wind. The wave height was measured in two points: 120 metres and 270 metres from the shoreline at water depths 1.3m and 3.6m, respectively. Wind parameters were measured at the station 200m from the shoreline. Maximum, minimum and average values of all parameters are stored in summary tables. Raw data are also available. Deep water waves are recorded with a waverider, deployed on the depth of about 20 m, 4 km offshore.

OriginatorsInstitute of Hydroengineering, Polish Academy of Science (IBW PAN) - Department of Coastal Engineering and Dynamics
Data web sitehttp://www.ibwpan.gda.pl
Availability 
OrganisationInstitute of Hydroengineering, Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN)
AvailabilityMoratorium
ContactProf. Dr. Wojciech Majewski (Director)
Address

Institute of Hydroengineering, Polish Academy of Sciences (IBW PAN)
Koscierska 7
Gdansk
Pomorskie
80-953
Poland

Telephone+48 58 5522011
Facsimile+48 58 552 42 11
Emailsekr@ibwpan.gda.pl
Administration 
Collating centreInstitute of Meteorology and Water Management, Maritime Branch in Gdynia (IMWM MB)
Local identifier21012002
Global identifier1701
Last revised2009-01-07