Climatic data (Meteorological Office recordings) from four sites along an altitudinal gradient in Cumbria 1952 - 1990
Climatic data from four sites (Newton Rigg, Widdybank Fell, Moor House and Great Dun Fell) along an altitudinal gradient in Cumbria 1952-1990. Standard Meteorological Office procedures were used.
Publication date: 2018-02-27
- Study area
- Temporal extent
1952-01-01 to 1990-12-31
Provenance & quality
These data were stored in a database at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology [as described in: Cuthbertson, M. (1993) - see supplemental information for reference]. This is a historic dataset so quality assurance procedures for the data are unknown.
Other useful information regarding this dataset:
Cuthbertson, M., 1993. A database for environmental research programmes. Journal of Environmental Management, 37(4), pp.291-300.
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrologyenquiries@ceh.ac.uk
- Topic categories
- Climatology / Meteorology / Atmosphere
- Climate and climate change, Environmental survey, Great Dun Fell, Moor House, Newton Rigg, Widdybank Fell
- INSPIRE Theme
- Environmental Monitoring Facilities
- Spatial representation type
- Tabular (text)
- Spatial reference system
- OSGB 1936 / British National Grid
- Last updated
- 25 June 2021 18:39