Aggregated downwelling and upwelling global tilted irradiance in Adventdalen

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The files contain a time series of near-surface irradiance measurements sampled every 10 seconds from 2021 during the sunlight season in the valley of Adventdalen, Svalbard. The measurements consist of upwelling and downwelling global tilted irradiance (GTI) at different angles recorded with an Apogee SP-110-SS pyranometer.

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Citation info

Garreau, A., Shestov, A., Sikora, S., & Sjöblom, A. (2024). Aggregated downwelling and upwelling global tilted irradiance in Adventdalen. Norwegian Meteorological Institute. https://doi.org/10.21343/9601-0G28

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Contact

Role: Investigator
Name: Arthur Garreau
email: arthurg@unis.no
Institution: The University Centre in Svalbard

Role: Investigator
Name: Aleksey Shestov
email: alekseys@unis.no
Institution: The University Centre in Svalbard

Role: Investigator
Name: Sebastian Sikora
email: guliksen@gmail.com
Institution: The University Centre in Svalbard

Role: Investigator
Name: Anna Sjöblom
email: annac@unis.no
Institution: The University Centre in Svalbard

Role: Data center contact
Name: ADC support
email: adc-support@met.no
Institution: Norwegian Meteorological Institute / Arctic Data Centre

Time Extent
Defines the temporal extent or coverage of the dataset. Time is expressed in UTC. For collections the end date is empty.
Geographical Extent
78.20
78.20
15.83
15.83
Geographical location is expressed with decimal numbers with positive axis Northwards and zero at the Equator (for north and south), and decimal numbers with positive axis Eastwards and zero at the Greenwich meridian (for east and west).