CDS catalogue entry for in situ temperature, relative humidity and wind profiles from 2006 to March 2020 from the GRUAN reference network has now been published

The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) Reference Upper-Air Network (GRUAN) is an international reference observing network, established in 2006, of sites measuring essential climate variables above Earth's surface, designed to fill an important gap in the current global observing system.

GRUAN measurements are providing high-quality climate data records from the surface, through the troposphere, and into the stratosphere. These are being used to determine trends, constrain and calibrate data from more spatially comprehensive observing systems (including satellites and current radiosonde networks), and provide appropriate data for studying atmospheric processes.

This dataset is now available at:!/dataset/insitu-observations-gruan-reference-network?tab=overview

It was produced by the C3S_311a_Lot3 contract (Access to observations from baseline and reference networks) on behalf of the Copernicus Climate Change Service.