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Here you can find relevant news about the Sonnblilck Observatory from time to time.
 

Batcorder at Sonnblick Observatory
Batcorder at Sonnblick Observatory

The densely crowded, upside down hibernate and drawing from the summer fat reserves is over. The first bats are already slowly leaving their caves and searching for insects. Since April 6th, 2019, the 'Waldbox' (forest box) incl. Batcorder (ultrasound detector) is ready to record the sounds of the bats. Karin Widerin from the Coordination Center for Bat Protection and Research in Austria…

ZAMG Annual Report
ZAMG Annual Report

The annual reports of the ZAMG should give a small insight into the comprehensive activities of the ZAMG. In addition to scientific results you will learn about the everyday life of meteorologists, climatologists and climatologists. Read interviews with cooperation partners and see which role the ZAMG plays in worldwide networks. The annual report (german/english) is available here: Annual…

Sonnblick Observatory l SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES 2019 l brochure
Sonnblick Observatory l SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES 2019 l brochure

Once a year our brochure "Sonnblick Observatorium. WISSENSCHAFTLICHE AKTIVITÄTEN/ Sonnblick Observatory. SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES" is published. Freshly printed, this year wrapped in green, it offers an overview of the diverse projects and (scientific) activities 2019 at the Sonnblick Observatory.   The complex questions and research methods are…

Project ASBO 2019
Project ASBO 2019

ASBO stands for "Active Sonnblick Observatory/Aktives Sonnblick Observatorium" and is a development project of the ZAMG, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research and runs from January to December 2019. ASBO 2019 is a follow-up project of ASBO 2018, supports the monitoring data processing at the Sonnblick Observatory and promotes the subject-specific…

Centennial Observing Stations: „Jahrhundert"-Wetterstationen, Sonnblick Observatory/Sonnblick Observatorium
Centennial Observing Stations: „Jahrhundert"-Wetterstationen, Sonnblick Observatory/Sonnblick Observatorium

The WMO recently named six Austrian weather observing stations as "Centennial Observing Stations", all being operated by the Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik (ZAMG). Currently there exist about 120 sites worldwide with the label "Centennial Observing Stations". Such sites have very long, high-quality data series. Austria's data go back to 1762 being the…