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BORIS SRESNEVSKY
CENTRAL GEOPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY

THE STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE OF UKRAINE

WAS FOUNDED IN 1855

Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
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BORIS SRESNEVSKY
CENTRAL GEOPHYSICAL OBSERVATORY

THE STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE OF UKRAINE

WAS FOUNDED IN 1855

Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
Diploma of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

M Boryspil

Boryspil meteorological station (M Boryspil)

142, Hlybotska St., Boryspil, 08300, tel/fax (04595) 6-65-05

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 A meteorological station is located on the southern outskirts of Boryspil. Boryspil meteorological station of the second category was organized in 1909 at the agricultural school and operated until September 1941 without interruption. From 1931 to 1941, the station operated under the first category program - a geophysical observatory with aerological and actinometric observations was transferred here from Kyiv. All other years, the station operated under the second category program.
  From May 1942 to September 1943, the Germans resumed the work of the second category meteorological station. After the liberation of the city from the Nazis, on 22.10.1943, the meteorological station resumed its work under the second category program, which has been operating to this day.
  The station was restored by the inspector of the Hydrometeorological Service Department of the Kharkiv Military District L.B. Zherebytskyi and the head of the meteorological station O.M. Koshelap. Until 15.06.1944, observations were carried out using portable instruments.
  The station carries out round-the-clock observations of the following meteorological elements: air temperature and humidity, soil surface temperature and depth, atmospheric pressure, wind direction and speed, precipitation, atmospheric phenomena, including dangerous and natural hydrometeorological phenomena. In winter, snow cover is monitored both at the meteorological site and on the field route.
Since 1958, actinometric observations of solar radiation fluxes have also been carried out, and since April 1969, ozonometric observations of the total ozone content in the atmosphere have been launched. In addition, the station conducts radiometric observations of the gamma background.
  Agrometeorological observations have been carried out at the station since 1944 under a reduced program (without the position of agrometeorologist), and since 1952 the position of agrometeorological technician was introduced and observations were carried out under the full program. Observations were made on the development of major crops and the impact of weather conditions on them. Based on these observations, forecasts of productive soil moisture reserves at the beginning of the growing season were made, as well as forecasts of grain crops ripening, fruit trees flowering, etc. Unfortunately, these observations stopped in 1997.
  Meteorologists make observations of all meteorological variables 8 times a day. 6 times a day, observations are made of all actinometric variables, and atmospheric phenomena are monitored around the clock.
Meteorological observation data are promptly transmitted to the Ukrainian Hydrometeorological Center for use in making meteorological forecasts.
The station provides local governments, the district's agricultural sector and other sectors of the district's economy with the necessary information about weather conditions and warns of natural and dangerous phenomena.

 

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