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Wind statistics at Governor Head Meteorological Station, Jervis Bay in June 1989

This dataset is a component of the 'Jervis Bay Baseline Studies' project conducted by the Department of Defence, CSIRO and the Australian Defence Force Academy.

The meteorological station (35.133S, 150.762E) recorded winds and atmospheric pressure at Governor Head (Jervis Bay). The site is several hundred metres inland of 50m high cliffs and is 63m above sea-level.

This record provides wind statistics for June 1989. Five datasets are included here representing different times of the day: 0000-0550, 0600-1150, 1200-1750 and 1800-2350. Individual measurements have been converted so that trends of wind speed and direction can be seen for the time period in question. The fifth dataset incorporates all the wind data collected irrespective of time providing a monthly summary. The station initially recorded wind data at 10 minute intervals.

This is one of thirty-six child records that relate to the parent, 629051e0-2b7b-11dd-a343-00188b4c0af8. A pdf outlining the structure and hierarchy of all metadata records relating to the 'Jervis Bay Baseline Studies' project is available to download through this record. Meteorological data was collected to investigate wind forced circulation in Jervis Bay, NSW.

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Field Value
Title Wind statistics at Governor Head Meteorological Station, Jervis Bay in June 1989
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Other
Data Status inactive
Update Frequency notPlanned
Landing Page https://data.gov.au/dataset/5b73dafe-c9d3-4fcc-b508-1d5205fb9db6
Date Published 2017-06-24
Date Updated 2017-06-24
Contact Point
Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA)
Geospatial Coverage {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[150.5, -35.5], [151.5, -35.5], [151.5, -34.5], [150.5, -34.5], [150.5, -35.5]]]}
Jurisdiction Commonwealth of Australia
Data Portal Australian Oceans Data Network CSW Harvester
Publisher/Agency Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA)
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