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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

UHMS Vyshgorod

United Hydrometeorological Station Vyshgorod (UHMS Vyshgorod)11, Ivan Mazepa Avenue, Vyshhorod, 07300, tel/fax (04596) 5-42-49

 Vishgorod

   Meteorological observations in Vyshhorod began in January 1971 on the territory of the Kyiv Dam. The meteorology group was part of the Kyiv HPP lake station, which was renamed Vyshgorod lake station in 1981.
Since January 1999, the lake station was reorganized into a second-class meteorological station and subordinated to the Central Hydrometeorological Office. Since July 2014, the Vyshgorod meteorological station has been reorganized into the United Hydrometeorological Station Vyshgorod. Meteorological observations at the station were always carried out according to the program of the station of the second category. Eight times a day, observations are carried out for temperature and humidity, atmospheric pressure, soil temperature, wind direction and speed, clouds, precipitation, and visibility. In winter, the height and nature of the snow cover. Observations of atmospheric phenomena are carried out around the clock.
From 1974 to 1977, the intensity of liquid precipitation was monitored using a pluviograph, and from 1974 to 1979 - evaporation from the water surface. Since 1986, radiometric observations have been carried out, the program of which includes the measurement of the radiation background at 9 o'clock in the morning.
The meteorological station sends synoptic telegrams to Kyiv Pogoda and Svitlovodsk Pogoda every 3 hours, and sends a telegram about the radiation background every day. Every ten days it sends an agrometeorological telegram.
Storm telegrams are sent to Kyiv Pogoda and Svitlovodsk Pogoda.
The station provides hydrometeorological information to the Kyiv HPP, the District State Administration, the District Council, and the Utility Plant.

Heads of the station:
1971 - November 1974 - Petro Shendryk

December 1974 - 1975 - Leonid Kharitonovich Kashuba

1976 - October 1979 - Volodymyr Hryhorovych Dudarenko

November 1979 - February 1981 - Valerii Derevets

March 1981 - June 1986 - Volodymyr Hryhorovych Dudarenko

July 1986 - January 1999 - Kurylko Vilzhor Ivanovych

February 1999 - June 2014 - Svitlana Tyagunova

from 01.07.2014 till now - Larisa Karpenko

 

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