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  • This is a daily weather dataset that was produced to support hydrological modelling of the Thames catchment including use of the JULES land surface model https://jules.jchmr.org/ . It contains daily values of each of seven weather variables: air pressure, precipitation, wind speed, air temperature, wet bulb temperature, short wave radiation and cloud cover. The dataset was developed from the Met Office Integrated Data Archive System (MIDAS) to enable the calibration of multisite, multivariate weather generators that could be used to provide inputs to JULES using the Rglimclim software package (http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~ucakarc/work/glimclim.html). The inputs were to be provided both at the station locations, and over a 5x5km2 grid located over the Kennet subcatchment. Topographic and other relevant information is provided for all relevant locations. The weather data contain many missing values: no attempt has been made to restore or interpolate these, since (a) the amount of missing data is so large that any interpolation exercise could have induce substantial biases in the final results of the hydrological modelling (b) Rglimclim does not require complete data records to produce a coherent weather generator.

  • Meteorological data acquired by Automatic Weather Station (AWS) located in the region of subglacial Lake Ellsworth. Data recorded includes wind speed, wind direction, temperature, pressure, humidity, and solar radiation.

  • Meteorological data acquired by Automatic Weather Station (AWS) located in the region of subglacial Lake Ellsworth. Data recorded includes wind speed, wind direction, temperature, pressure, humidity, and solar radiation.

  • Weather data collected between 30th December 2004 and 20th February 2006 as part of the RABID project on Rutford Ice Stream, West Antarctica. Wind speed, wind direction, temperature, pressure, relative humidity, and solar radiation data were recorded using an ONSET HOBO AWS (Automatic Weather Station) data logger and sensors. The RABID project employed hot-water drilling techniques, down-hole instrumentation, as well as surface geophysical measurements, to form an integrated programme studying ice dynamics, basal conditions, climate and glacial history. Funding was provided by the UK NERC Antarctic Funding Initiative (AFI).