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Lindenberg is a small village situated in a rural landscape in the East of Germany about 65 km to the South-East of the centre of Berlin, the capital of Germany. The landscape in the region around Lindenberg was formed by the inland glaciers during the last ice age exhibiting a slightly undulating surface with height differences of less than 100 m over distances of about 10 km. The lowest areas in the Spree river valley (which forms a wide bend around Lindenberg in the South, East and North at distances of between 10 and 20 km) are at about 40 m above sea level and a few hills north-east of Lindenberg reach 130 m above sea level. A number of small and medium-sized lakes are embedded in this landscape. Both, the orography and the mixture of surface types are rather typical for large parts of northern Central Europe south of the Baltic Sea. The land use in the area is dominated by forest and agricultural fields (40 - 45 % each), lakes cover 5-7 %, villages and traffic about 5%. For the agricultural fields, triticale (a hybrid between wheat = triticum and rye = secale) is the dominating vegetation, significant parts of the farmland are also covered by other cereals, grass, rape, maize, and sun flowers.
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Deutscher Wetterdienst, Hohenpeißenberg Meteorological Observatory
Deutscher Wetterdienst, Hohenpeißenberg Meteorological Observatory
technical equipment in a building next to the tower
Tall tower with technical equipment in a container next to the tower; Meteorological Observatory Lindenberg in 5km distance
Cities: Northwest of the Station: Berlin (3.5 mllion inh., 65km), Potsdam (165000 inh., 75km). Northeast of the Station: Frankfurt a.d.Oder (60000 inh., 35km). South of the Station: Cottbus (100000 inh., 45km)
Cities: Northwest of the Station: Berlin (3.5 mllion inh., 65km), Potsdam (165000 inh., 75km). Northeast of the Station: Frankfurt a.d.Oder (60000 inh., 35km). South of the Station: Cottbus (100000 inh., 45km)
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 the area is dominated by forest and agricultural fields (40 - 45 % each), lakes cover 5-7 %, villages and traffic about 5%. For the agricultural fields, triticale (a hybrid between wheat = triticum and rye = secale) is the dominating vegetation, significant
Lindenberg is a small village situated in a rural landscape in the East of Germany about 65 km to the South-East of the centre of Berlin, the capital of Germany. The landscape in the region around Lindenberg was formed by the inland glaciers during the last ice age exhibiting a slightly undulating surface with height differences of less than 100 m over distances of about 10 km. The lowest areas in the Spree river valley (which forms a wide bend around Lindenberg in the South, East and North at distances of between 10 and 20 km) are at about 40 m above sea level and a few hills north-east of Lindenberg reach 130 m above sea level. A number of small and medium-sized lakes are embedded in this landscape. Both, the orography and the mixture of surface types are rather typical for large parts of northern Central Europe south of the Baltic Sea. The land use in the area is dominated by forest and agricultural fields (40 - 45 % each), lakes cover 5-7 %, villages and traffic about 5%. For the agricultural fields, triticale (a hybrid between wheat = triticum and rye = secale) is the dominating vegetation, significant parts of the farmland are also covered by other cereals, grass, rape, maize, and sun flowers.
GCOS-GRUAN (coordination and leadcenter), WMO-CIMO (Leadcenter and Testbed), RAMSES, MIRA, BSRN
The Observatory Lindenberg contributes to WMO program GCOS-GRUAN (coordination and leadcenter), WMO-CIMO Leadcenter and Testbed, operation of comprehensive facilities for cloud, aerosol and water vapour observations (Raman lidar RAMSES, cloud radar MIRA, ceilometers, microwave profilers) as part of the “Lindenberg column”, BSRN.
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