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  • This dataset holds Northern Hemisphere (north of 15N) gridded (5° latitude by 10° longitude grid) series of monthly Mean Sea Level Pressure fields. The data are available for the period 1873 to 2005. The data was supplied by the Met Office, Hadley Centre.

  • The fully Global Mean Sea-Level Pressure (GMSLP) dataset, was developed in collaboration with CSIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research for Australia), Australia and NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research), New Zealand. It is an historical, 5 deg. x 5 deg. gridded monthly dataset covering the period 1871-1994. The Met Office Hadley Centre recently produced the HadSLP1 dataset which replaces the Global Mean Sea Level Pressure (GMSLP) data sets, and is a unique combination of monthly globally-complete fields of land and sea pressure observations a 5 degree latitude-longitude grid from 1871 to 1998.

  • This dataset holds Northern Hemisphere (north of 15N) gridded (5° latitude by 10° longitude grid) series of daily Mean Sea Level Pressure fields. The data are available for the period 1881 to 2005. The data was supplied by the Met Office, Hadley Centre.

  • This dataset holds gridded (5° latitude by 10° longitude grid) Northern Hemisphere (north of 15N) daily and monthly series of Mean Sea Level Pressure fields. The monthly series data are available for the period 1873 to 2005; the daily series data are available for the period 1881 to 2005. The data was supplied by the Met Office, Hadley Centre.

  • The fully Global Mean Sea-Level Pressure (GMSLP) dataset, was developed in collaboration with CSIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research for Australia), Australia and NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research), New Zealand. It is an historical, 5 deg. x 5 deg. gridded monthly dataset covering the period 1871-1994. The Met Office Hadley Centre recently produced the HadSLP1 dataset which replaces the Global Mean Sea Level Pressure (GMSLP) data sets, and is a unique combination of monthly globally-complete fields of land and sea pressure observations a 5 degree latitude-longitude grid from 1871 to 1998.

  • The Met Office Hadley Centre produced the HadSLP1 dataset which replaces the Global Mean Sea Level Pressure (GMSLP) data sets, and is a unique combination of monthly globally-complete fields of land and sea pressure observations a 5 degree latitude-longitude grid from 1871 to 1998. The advantages of HadSLP1 over GMSLP2 are an improved land station data base, new interpolation scheme and the incorporation of local detail while safeguarding against random errors. Like GMSLP2, HadSLP1 was developed by Tracy Basnett and David Parker, in collaboration with R.J. Allan (previously at CSIRO and now at the Met Office) and M.J. Salinger (NIWA). Marine observations were taken from the Met Office Marine Data Bank (MDB) and from the NOAA Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (COADS) (Woodruff et al, 1987). The MDB data were given priority in the blend, which is described in Basnett and Parker (1997). Land observations are a combination of data obtained from CSIRO (Australia), NIWA (New Zealand), CRU (University of East Anglia), GHCN, and operationally-received "CLIMAT" messages. The latter were used mainly for updating station series and for the Arctic. HadSLP1 pressures are reconstructed using a reduced-space optimal interpolation procedure, followed by superposition of quality-improved gridded observations onto the reconstructions to restore local detail.