[Keyword='Historical weather data']
Historical Meteorological and Climatological Data for Madagascar [1889-1968]Entry ID: NOAA_NCL_MADAGASCAR
Abstract: Climatological data for Madagascar [1889-1968] from the NOAA Central Library
Climate Data Imaging Project. The publication shown below contains
climatological and other geophysical data for Madagascar.
- Observations météorologiques faites en Tananarive [1889-1908]
- Météorologie côtière de Madagascar et essai climatologique [1919-1924]
- Bulletin mensuel (Observatoire de Tananarive) [1924-1928]
- Bulletin météorologique mensuel (Observatoire de Tananarive) [1929-1958]
- Observations climatologiques [1933-1934]
- Madagascar, observations météorologiques [1935-1940]
- Résumé du temps Madagascar [1941-1946]
-Résumé mensuel du temps Madagascar [1947-1968]
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Data Set Citation
Dataset Originator/Creator: NOAA Central Library
Dataset Title: Historical Meteorological and Climatological Data for Madagascar [1889-1968]
Dataset Series Name: Climate Data Imaging Project
Dataset Release Place: Silver Spring, MD
Dataset Publisher: NOAA Central libraryOnline Resource: http://docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/data_rescue_madagascar.html
Start Date: 1994-11-02Stop Date: 2004-03-01
Quality The majority of the waypoint locations were digitised according to positions indicated on a computer screen or 1:50000 map by Greg Hodge or Ben Galbraith (Station and Field Operations) in April to August 2001. Ben Galbraith (Field Training Officer 2000-01) provided the coordinates of
waypoints for the route from Platcha to the plateau and for a drum on the plateau - captured during the ... 2000-01 summer using a Garmen e-trex GPS
receiver. Routes were generated from these points according to instructions provided by Greg and Ben. The routes and waypoints were updated in June 2004 using handheld GPS data and information provided by Martin Benavente, Field Training Officer 2003/04. This update added a route from Breid basin to Trajer Ridge melon and a link from this route to the route east from Platcha hut.
The commonly used pedestrian route to the Mule Peninsula lakes, from Ellis Rapids to McCallum Lake (DQI 398) was eyed in based on field observations made by Ewan McIvor, AAD Environment Officer, in 2000/01.
The routes near Davis Station were derived from:
GPS observations by a field party in April 1997 (DQI 86); GPS survey by John Hyslop in 1994/1995 post processed based on one of the survey marks at Davis Station (DQI 73); and aerial photography (films: ANTC1011, ANTC1030; dates: 2 January, 1994, 10 April 1996) (DQI 530). The data derived from aerial photography was estimated to have a horizontal accuracy of 2 metres.
The data conforms to the Australian Antarctic Data Centre's Feature Catalogue. Refer to the link below to search the Feature Catalogue.
The dates given in temporal coverage are approximate only, and should not be considered accurate.
Access Constraints The dataset is available for download from the url given below.
Use Constraints This data set conforms to the PICCCBY Attribution License
Please follow instructions listed in the citation reference provided at http://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/citation.cfm?entry_id=vestfold... when using these data.
Data Set Progress
Distribution Media: HTTP
Distribution Size: 13 KB
Distribution Format: shapefiles
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Phone: +61 3 6232 3577
Fax: +61 3 6232 3351
Email: gis at aad.gov.au
Australian Antarctic Division 203 Channel Highway
Province or State: Tasmania
Postal Code: 7050
Extended Metadata Properties
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2001-08-07
Last DIF Revision Date: 2013-02-05