Kadow, Christopher; Wentzel, Bianca; Jaekel, Ilona; Bahlo, Marcus; Cubasch, Ulrich (2017): Berlin Climate Record - Inner City - 1766-1934. Institut für Meteorologie, Freie Universität Berlin, PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.870862
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Berlin (Germany) has one of the longest climate records in the world (Cubasch and Kadow, 2011). In the 17th century mainly the family of the astronomer Kirch started measuring the temperature and wrote down general weather patterns. In the beginning of the 18th century the measurements became more regular including multiple measures per day. Over time, more inner city stations appeared but also disappeared. Therefore, this Berlin Climate Record is a moving station, but representable for the inner city of Berlin. With these datasets we reactivate the long inner city climate record in several variables. In this study, we digitized, analyzed, corrected, reconstructed, and provide the datasets on the very rare daily time frequency.
Cubasch, Ulrich; Kadow, Christopher (2011): Global climate change and aspects of regional climate change in the Berlin-Brandenburg region. DIE ERDE - Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin, 142(1-2), 3-20, http://www.die-erde.org/index.php/die-erde/article/download/40/35
Latitude: 52.506000 * Longitude: 13.397440
Date/Time Start: 1766-01-01T12:00:00 * Date/Time End: 1934-12-31T12:00:00
Datasets listed in this publication series
- Kadow, C; Wentzel, B; Jaekel, I et al. (2016): Berlin Climate Record - Daily Mean Temperature - Inner City - 1766-1934. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.869767
- Kadow, C; Jaekel, I; Wentzel, B et al. (2017): Berlin Climate Record - Daily Precipitation - Inner City - 1876-1908. https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.870861