GLOSS Station Handbook – Stockholm
The GLOSS Station Handbook is currently being re-designed and upgraded.
Until a new version is available, the tide gauge station list below from the last version of the Handbook provides links to further details about each tide gauge in the GLOSS Core Network. Click the GLOSS number buttons to view the information. Click column headings to sort the table.
|Time zone||GMT +2hrs|
|Latitude (+ve N)||59.31666|
|Longitude (+ve E)||18.08333|
|Observation periods||Time span of data 1889-2010 (psmsl)|
|Authority responsible for tide gauge||Swedish Met. And Hyd. Institute, Box 923, S601 76 Norrkoping, SWEDEN|
|Data acquisition rate||Sampling rate every 7 min|
By 2005 a new data logger (Vaisala MAWS) was installed and near real time data is more readily delivered.
|Fast delivery data at UHSLC||Data 826 File format|
|High frequency data at UHSLC||Document 826a|
|Data held at national organisation||Yes|
|Additional parameters (real-time)||None|
|Benchmark relationships||RLR ( 1964) is 9.9 m below BM No. M.|
For data 1889-1936 add 10.414m to all values to refer to RLR (1964)
For data 1937-2008 add 5.005 m to all values to refer to RLR (1964)
For data 2009- substract 0.1 m from all values to refer to RLR (1964)
|Data at PSMSL|
|Annual MSL (RLR) data||RLR 78|
|Annual MSL (RLR) plot|
|Other relevant information||In 1992 CGPS were installed of types A and B. A: denotes complete station (EUREF reference stations with antennas placed on solid bed rock) and B: simplified station (mounted on buildings).|
The distance between CGPS antenna and tide gauge is A: 15.3 km and B: 3.4 km
|Last updated||18 August 2011|