Meteorological station of the Department of Meteorology and Climatology
URSYNÓW WULS - SGGW
Elevation: H=102,5 m asl
Latitude: jN=52° 09'38''
Longitude: l E=21° 02'52''

Founded in 1930, present location since 1959, automatic measurement since 1993

Automatic meteorological station Ursynów WULS - SGGW is situated in the southern outskirts of Warsaw within well laid out urban area. The station is situated in the university campus of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW). Both Meteorological and air pollution measurement are carried out in the station.
We would like to announce that the meteorological station does not have permanent staff and does not receive special subventions for its activity. Due to meteorological measurement and observations are made by research workers of the Division themselves they keep copyrights of the data to them. Conditions of making meteorological data accessible must be determined with respect to their copyrights

List of measurement sensors installed in the station:
  • Evaporation
  • Relative humidity at 20 m above ground level
  • Relative humidity at 4 m above ground level
  • Relative humidity at 2 m above ground level
  • Relative humidity at 5 cm above ground level
  • Relative humidity in the laboratory
  • Precipitation
  • Wind velocity at 20 m above ground level
  • Wind velocity at 4 m above ground level
  • Wind velocity at 1 m above ground level
  • Wind direction at 20 m above ground level
  • Air temperature at 20 m above ground level
  • Temperature in the laboratory
  • Air temperature at 4 m above ground level
  • Air temperature at 2 m above ground level(standard meteorological screen)
  • Air temperature at 2 m above ground level (meteorological screen of Vaisala)
  • Air temperature at 5cm above ground level
  • Temperature of the ground at 5 cm depth
  • Temperature of the ground at 20 cm depth
  • Indirect solar radiation
  • Total solar radiation
  • Insolation
  • Sulfur dioxide (SO2) concentration
  • Carbon dioxide(CO2) concentration
  • Carbon monoxide (CO) concentration
  • Oxides of nitrogen (NOx) concentration
  • Tropospheric ozone (O3) concentration
  • PM 10 and PM 2.5 concentration (manual measurement)
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