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Hohenpeissenberg (Germany)

 
 
 Hohenpeissenberg observatory 
  
Hohenpeissenberg is located in Southern Germany. The observatory sits on top of a small mountain (47.8N, 11.0E, 1000m above sea level), about 30 km north of the Alps. Regular meteorological observations at Hohenpeissenberg started in 1781. Since 1967, Hohenpeissenberg has been monitoring the stratospheric ozone layer on a routine basis, with regular ozone soundings and total ozone measurements. From the beginning, high data quality has been a major objective. Since late 1987, the ozone soundings are complemented by regular lidar measurements. For about 90 nights a year, the lidar provides high quality ozone profiles from 15 to 45 km altitude, and temperature profiles from 30 to 65 km altitude.
 Validation of the Hohenpeissenberg lidar.
 NDACC-data for Hohenpeissenberg.
 More information about the ozone measurement programme at Hohenpeissenberg

 
 
 
 
         
                                                               

19 September 2016