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Site Location: Demokritus University of Thrace, Campus, 67100 Kimeria-Xanthi, Greece. Type: rural.
At the edge of a smooth, S-facing slope with a valley reaching the seashore about 20 km to the S and the E-W oriented Rodopi Mountain Range located to the N. 1.7 km from Xanthi (population 65,000). Ground surface: Soil and grass. Light-traffic road oriented east– west [traffic density of 10 (nighttime) to 150 (rush hours) cars/hr 120 m to the S. No obstacles closer than 30 m, protruding <18° above the horizon.
The station measures PG and meteorological variables.
Time rsolution is ms.
Measured variables are temperature, relative humidity, global radiation, wind direction/speed, precipitation.
1963-march 2013 data were measured with a radioactive probe. 2008-now data are measured with a Boltek EFM-100 field mill. Data resolution 1 sec and 1 hour.
ELF time series of the Ez, HEast-West and HNorth-South field components. Time resolution is 3.33-2 ms. Effective bandwidth is 5-30 Hz.
Around 50 amplitude and frequency values/ hour for each mode. Mode parameters are calculated using the complex demodulation method.
Fertőboz, Cenki str. 1. H-9493. Hungary. Viktor Wesztergom (director), Gabriella Sátori (Schumann resonance modes), József Bór (ELF time series, atmospheric electric potential Gradient), Veronika Barta (atmospheric electrical potential gradient, ionospheric sounding).