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Met Office radiosonde measurements from Cardington, Bedfordshire

Latest Data Update: 2016-04-08
Status: Ongoing
Online Status: ONLINE
Publication State: Working
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Download Stats: last 12 months
Dataset Size: 1.34K Files | 112MB


The Met Office's research unit based in Cardington, Bedfordshire, study boundary-layer meteorology and surface processes to help with the development of numerical weather prediction methods. Surface meteorological data and high resolution radiosonde data are collected from the Met Office's research site and elsewhere.

The dataset contains recorded radiosonde measurements of pressure, temperature and humidity.

Citable as:  Met Office Meteorological Research Unit Cardington; McGregor, J.; Price, J. (9999): Met Office radiosonde measurements from Cardington, Bedfordshire. NCAS British Atmospheric Data Centre, date of citation.
Abbreviation: Not defined
Keywords: Met Office, meteorology, radiosonde, Cardington


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These data are collected and prepared by staff at the Met Office research unit before being made available via the BADC. The BADC ingests the data into its archive on receipt of these data.

Data Quality:
These are research data. In January 2011 data from 2006 to present were re-processed to correct for known issues in the data.
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