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1. 2016 April 1 - To date at least 97 ships have visited Antarctic waters this season. Only 27 reported meteorological observations on the GTS.
2. 2016 March 4 - To date at least 92 ships have visited Antarctic waters this season. Only 27 have reported meteorological observations on the GTS.
3. 2016 February 5 - To date at least 85 ships have visited Antarctic waters this season. Only 26 have reported meteorological observations on the GTS.
4. 2016 January 14 - Two new German stations 89011 (Soerasen) and 89047 (Filchner) added to the AntON listing. SYNOPs from these stations are now available.
5. 2016 January 4 - To date at least 57 ships have visited Antarctic waters this season. Only 16 have reported meteorological observations on the GTS.
6. 2015 November 2 - Stations 89079 (Criosfera 1) and 89776 (Bharati) added to the AntON listing. SYNOPS from these stations have been available for some time.
7. 2015 August 3 - SYNOPs from 89536 and 89558 available on the GTS since July 9
8. 2015 May 1 - During 2014/15 at least 82 ships visited Antarctic waters. Only 23 reported meteorological observations.
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|WMO AntON listing (Updated 2016 April 29)|
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|Operational GSN stations with missing CLIMAT messages in the last 12 months (2015 March to 2016 February, updated 2016 April) are: 68906 (July), 89272 (May), 89573 (August), 89625 (October), 89662 (November, December, February), 89828 (May, June, July, August) and 89879 (June, July, August). Non or partially operational GSN stations are: 68992 and 89327. Please check our GCOS AntON CLIMAT and SYNOP monitoring if your station is listed here and resend the data for the missing month(s). See the latest CLIMATs to check if your report has been received at BAS. See CLIMAT data for Antarctic AWS for all the University of Wisconsin AWS.||The first seven stations to submit CLIMAT reports for 2016
March were Neumayer, McMurdo, Bellingshausen, Novolazarevskaya, Progress,
Mirnyj and Vostok.
WMO no longer require distribution of the CLIMAT TEMP message and monitoring of these has ceased. See the TEMP monitoring below for performance.
|BAS GTS monitoring|
|BAS GCOS AntON monitoring: Where we see problems with receipt of SYNOP, TEMP or CLIMAT messages stations or operators will be notified by email. Several AWS experience problems with low battery voltages restricting real-time transmissions during the winter.||All GUAN stations are now carrying out at least some radiosonde flights each month. Several stations experience problems with balloons bursting early during the winter due to low stratospheric temperatures.|
|| If the SYNOP or TEMP message
percentage given here is lower than you think it should be, please check your GTS
routing. Prior to 2015 TEMP monitoring is included with the SYNOP
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