In addition to the DMI Greenlandic weather observations 1958-now, we also present the available DMI historical data collection 1784-2017 for Greenland, including observations (atmospheric pressure) and long daily, monthly and annual series of station based data.
The version up 2017 can be accessed here "Greenland - DMI Historical Climate Data Collection 1784-2017 [John Cappelen (ed)]":
Please visit the main entry page (https://www.dmi.dk/publikationer/) to identify the latest version.
This report contains a DMI historical data collection 1784-2017 for Greenland, including long series of station based/blended data comprising observations of atmospheric pressure plus daily, monthly and annual values of selected parametres and some selected graphics. A description of the general weather and climate in Greenland is included.
The data collection comprises observational, daily, monthly and annual blended data sets with a long record (blended station data series) and also daily station data series (single station data series; not blended). A description of the blending and other metadata can be found in Appendices.
Changes in station position, measuring procedures or observer may all significantly bias a time series of observations. For that reason metadata (“data on data”) are important. All available information on station positions and relocations are included in Appendices. Other metadata as descriptions of the construction of data sets and data series behind, the introduction of the Hellmann rain gauge, the introduction of Stevenson screens (thermometer screen), information concerning atmospheric pressure, additional notes on monthly values, notes on multiple regressions, new corrections etc. can also be found in Appendices.
A compiled set of various metadata up to 1996, covering aspects such as station position and relocations, change of instrumentation and observation units etc., that is essential to know when homogenizing time series of climate data can be found in DMI Technical Report 03-24. This publication contains information concerning a major part of the stations included in this report.
Similar reports with climate observations from The Faroe Islands 1873-2017 can be found in DMI Report 18-05.
Also, check out the graphical Weather Archive (Denmark, Greenland and The Faroe Islands): https://www.dmi.dk/vejrarkiv/
Application and publication of data is allowed with proper reference and acknowledgment