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General
Data set name

Oceanographic data from high frequency stations on the Swedish north west coast of Baltic Proper

Data holding centreSwedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
CountrySweden  Sweden
Time period1990 (Ongoing)
OngoingYes
Geographical area

Baltic proper

Observations 
Parameters

Ammonium and ammonia concentration parameters in water bodies; Air pressure; Air temperature; Cloud cover height and extent; Chlorophyll pigment concentrations in water bodies; Dissolved oxygen parameters in the water column; Wind strength and direction; Nitrate concentration parameters in the water column; Nitrite concentration parameters in the water column; Phosphate concentration parameters in the water column; Silicate concentration parameters in the water column; Dissolved total and organic nitrogen concentrations in the water column; Dissolved total or organic phosphorus concentration in the water column

Description 
Summary

The project objectives are to follow long-term trends.

The project began at B1 (Asko) 1983, while at Landsort the studies cover the years 1990-1991 and 1994-1997. Both sites are studied further on. The data were collected on cruises with a research vessel. The data has been quality inspected.

Simultaneous biological samples are stored in BIOMAD at the Department of Systems Ecology.

OriginatorsSwedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Data web sitehttp://www.ecology.su.se/dbhfj/hfjsmall2.shtml
Availability 
OrganisationSwedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
AvailabilityUnrestricted
ContactJan Szaron (Head of Data & Information Mangement)
Address

Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Folkborgsvagen 1
Norrkoping

SE-601 76
Sweden

Telephone+46-31-751 89 71
Facsimile+46-(0)11-495 80 01
Emailjan.szaron@smhi.se
Administration 
Collating centreSwedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
Local identifier18001032
Global identifier74
Last revised2009-02-19