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40 years High Arctic climatological dataset of the Polish Polar Station Hornsund (SW Spitsbergen, Svalbard)

Tomasz Wawrzyniak and Marzena Osuch Tomasz Wawrzyniak and Marzena Osuch
  • Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland

Abstract. The article presents the climatological dataset from the Polish Polar Station Hornsund located in the SW part of Spitsbergen - the biggest island of the Svalbard Archipelago. Due to a general lack of long-term in situ measurements and observations, the high Arctic remains one of the largest climate‐data deficient regions on the Earth, so described series is of unique value. To draw conclusions on the climatic changes in the Arctic, it is necessary to analyse the long-term series of continuous, systematic, in situ observations from different locations and comparing the corresponding data, rather than rely on the climatic simulations only. In recent decades, rapid environmental changes occurring in the Atlantic sector of the Arctic are reflected in the data series collected by the operational monitoring conducted at the Hornsund Station. We demonstrate the results of the 40 years-long series of observations. Climatological mean values or totals are given, and we also examined the variability of meteorological variables at monthly and annual scale using the modified Mann-Kendall test for trend and Sen’s method. The relevant daily, monthly, and annual data are provided on the PANGAEA repository (https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.909042, Wawrzyniak and Osuch, 2019).

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A consistent High Arctic climatological dataset (1979–2018) of the Polish Polar Station Hornsund (SW Spitsbergen, Svalbard) T. Wawrzyniak and M. Osuch https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.909042

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The article presents the climatological dataset from the Polish Polar Station Hornsund located in the SW part of Spitsbergen. With the positive trend of mean annual temperature +1.14 °C/decade, the climate in Hornsund is warming five times faster than the global average. Due to a general lack of long-term in situ measurements and observations, the high Arctic remains one of the largest climate‐data deficient regions on the Earth, so described series is of unique value.
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