Early results of the NARIC-FRI hydrological and meteorological monitoring system
Bence Bolla & András Szabó
Correspondence: Bolla Bence
Postal address: H-1027 Budapest, Frankel Leó út 1.
The growing extremities of our changing climate has its effects on agriculture, on horticulture and on everyday forestry activities as well. Establishing and maintaining a meteorological monitoring system which measure and collecting data in highly forested areas are the most suitable ways to monitor and keep track of meteorological extremities affecting forests. With the continuous intention to achieve nation-wide coverage, the Forest Research Institute operates 18 GPRS meteorological stations in Hungary. Through analysis of the collected data, we concluded that the meteorological extremities occur at uncommon dates at different points of the country.
The results of the groundwater monitoring system, which is operating alongside the meteorological monitoring, also show significant differences between the hydrological processes of the examined study sites.
Keywords: meteorological monitoring, groundwater monitoring, climate extremities
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Bolla, B. & Szabó, A. (2020): Early results of the NARIC-FRI hydrological and meteorological monitoring system. Bulletin of Forestry Science, 10(1): 41-54. (in Hungarian) DOI: 10.17164/EK.2020.004
Volume 10, Issue 1
1 September 2020
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