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Gartow is a small village in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated in the easternmost tip of Lower Saxony, on the river Elbe, approx. 30 km northeast of Salzwedel, and 20 km west of Wittenberge and approx. in the middle between Hamburg and Berlin. The surrounding area is very flat with elevations ranging from less than 9m a.s.l. (Elbe valley) up to 124m a.s.l. (Hill "Hoher Mechtin" - 35km west of GAT). The land use in this area is dominated by forest and agricultural fields (ca. 20 % and ca. 60 %), lakes cover about 2 %, villages and traffic about 12 %.
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Deutscher Wetterdienst, Hohenpeißenberg Meteorological Observatory
Deutscher Wetterdienst, Hohenpeißenberg Meteorological Observatory
technical equipment in a container next to the tower
Tall tower with technical equipment in a container next to the tower;
Cities: North of the Station: Schwerin (100000 inh., 65km), Parchim (20000 inh., 50km); East of the Station: Neuruppin (30000 inh., 90km); Southeast of the Station: Rathenow (25000 inh., 75km), Stendal (40000 inh., 55km), Brandenburg a.d. Havel (72000 inh., 100km); South of the Station: Gardelegen (25000 inh., 55km), Haldensleben (20000 inh., 85km), Wolfsburg (120000 inh., 80km); Southwest of theStation: Gifhorn (40000 inh., 85km), Celle (70000 inh., 85km); Northwest of the Station: Lüneburg (70000 inh., 70km)
Cities: North of the Station: Schwerin (100000 inh., 65km), Parchim (20000 inh., 50km); East of the Station: Neuruppin (30000 inh., 90km); Southeast of the Station: Rathenow (25000 inh., 75km), Stendal (40000 inh., 55km), Brandenburg a.d. Havel (72000 inh., 100km); South of the Station: Gardelegen (25000 inh., 55km), Haldensleben (20000 inh., 85km), Wolfsburg (120000 inh., 80km); Southwest of theStation: Gifhorn (40000 inh., 85km), Celle (70000 inh., 85km); Northwest of the Station: Lüneburg (70000 inh., 70km)
Albin Schwaiger Weg 10, 82383 Hohenpeissenberg, Germany
Albin Schwaiger Weg 10, 82383 Hohenpeissenberg, Germany
Easy accessible via paved road
easy accessible via paved road
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Sabrina Arnold,Matthias Lindauer, Jennifer Müller-Williams, Christian Plaß-Dülmer, Thomas Brennauer, Thomas Dermomedis, Georg Stange, Dietmar Weyrauch, Dagmar Kubistin
Dagmar Kubistin, Matthias Lindauer, Sabrina Arnold, Jennifer Müller-Williams, Christian Plaß-Dülmer, Thomas Brennauer, Thomas Deromedis, Georg Stange, Dietmar Weyrauch
The land use in this area is dominated by forest and agricultural fields (ca. 20 % and ca. 60 %), lakes cover about 2 %, villages and traffic about 12 %.
Gartow is a small village in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated in the easternmost tip of Lower Saxony, on the river Elbe, approx. 30 km northeast of Salzwedel, and 20 km west of Wittenberge and approx. in the middle between Hamburg and Berlin. The surrounding area is very flat with elevations ranging from less than 9m a.s.l. (Elbe valley) up to 124m a.s.l. (Hill "Hoher Mechtin" - 35km west of GAT). The land use in this area is dominated by forest and agricultural fields (ca. 20 % and ca. 60 %), lakes cover about 2 %, villages and traffic about 12 %.
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