Hydrographic station data, including nutrients and biology in the Baltic Sea (HELCOM Baltic Monitoring Programme, from 1979, HELCOM COMBINE from 1992)
Data set information
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|Data holding centre||Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute|
|Time period||1979 (Ongoing)|
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; Phosphate concentration parameters in the water column; Salinity of 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; Temperature of the water column; Nitrite concentration parameters in the water column; Alkalinity, acidity and pH of the water column
One of the main objectives of the BMP-HELCOM is the observation of changes taking place in the marine environment, particularly resulting from human activity. The data were collected during seasonal monitoring cruises with research vessels every year and during special investigations (particularly combined with the monitoring programme). The data has been quality controlled. Data from simultaneous sampling for biological parameters are stored in BIOMAD at the Department of Systems Ecology.
|Originators||Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute|
Anon (1990) Second periodic assessment of the state of the marine environment of the Baltic Sea, 1984-1988. Background document., Balt.Sea Environ. Proc. No. 35B.
|Data web site||http://www.smhi.se|
|Organisation||Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute|
|Contact||Orjan Back (Shark data manager)|
Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute
|Telephone||+46-31-751 89 75|
|Facsimile||+46-(0)11-495 80 01|
|Collating centre||Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute|