Selected hydrological and climatological regime (quantitative) data from Czechia is available on this website. Three sets of time series are accessible.
- Long time series of mean daily discharges from 29 (resp. 27) water-gauging stations (whole observational period of stations is covered).
- More detailed data on discharge and precipitation from three small pristine basins located in the Jizera Mts. covering the period 2002–2018. Hydrological data is accompanied by the records of air temperature and precipitation totals from climatological stations set within the region.
- Annual maximum series of peak discharges from 19 selected water-gauging stations representing calendar years 1960-2010 (i.e. 51 years).
Presented data here serves as a basis for scientific purposes and must not be used commercially. Downloading the files containing the data is subject to the license agreement and to the completion of the following form. Your personal data will not be disclosed to any third party. It is used solely for obtaining the feedback on the use of our data.
Data sets more or less supplement the information on mean daily discharges in Czechia maintained at the Global Runoff Data Centre. Other data are not free of charge and can be acquired after signing a mutual agreement. For detailed information on conditions, under which the particular data can be obtained, please contact the managers of the departments of hydrology or climatology at the responsible CHMI regional office.
Regarding this presentation of hydrological data, the following scientific papers have been published. We would appreciate their citation in your scientific works making use of the data presented here. Whatever citation style is allowed.
- LEDVINKA, O., 2017. Freely available mean daily discharge series from Czechia: what can be inferred from them? E3S Web of Conferences. Vol. 17, Article no. 00051. DOI 10.1051/e3sconf/20171700051.
LEDVINKA, O. and JEDLICKA, M., 2018. Freely available daily hydrometeorological data from Czechia: further insights. E3S Web of Conferences. Vol. 44, Article no. 00093. DOI 10.1051/e3sconf/20184400093.
The text was prepared in cooperation with the Czech Hydrometeorological Institute. Therefore, it is subject to the license