STUDENTS' Field work (05/2019)

On 17 May 2019 students of geophysics (Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb) visited the tide-gauge station Bakar (within the course Field work). Students were introduced to sea-level measurements performed using float-type (analog and digital) and radar instruments. After visiting Bakar, we continued to Zavižan meteorological station, the station at the highest altitude in the Republic of Croatia. The photos shown were taken by our former student Tonko Bogovac.

Technician Damir Ptičar demonstrates checks of the tide-gauge zero.

 

Chart-recording instrument and device for measuring the distance between the contact point and the current water level.
Prof. Zoran Pasarić visits the radar-type instrument with students.
Students make notes for the report.

 

 

In the end, a beautiful view of the Adriatic from Zavižan.

ExceptionaLly high sea level (10/2018)

Press release on extremely high sea level (minute measurements) recorded at station Bakar, can be found here (in Croatian).

Hourly sea levels measured at station Bakar during the storm surge in October 2018.
Heights are expressed relative to zero Z0 = 73.8 cm (national geodetic system HVRS71).

 

 

STUdents in Bakar (05/2011)

On 27 May 2011 students of geophysics (Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb) visited tide-gauge station Bakar.

Prof. Mirko Orlić explains how float-type sensor works.
Prof. Mirko Orlić explains to students, and other visitors, history of the station and its importance in sea-level monitoring.

 

Dr. sc. Mira Pasarić explains how the radar sensor works.

 

Seventy-fifth anniversary (2005)

In 2005 the station celebrated its 75th birthday. On this occasion, prof. Mirko Orlić wrote an article for journal Bakarski zbornik (link). Pictures from the celebration are in the gallery below.

 


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