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DMI, Danish Meteorological Institute

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The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) was established in 1872. More than 130 years later in 2013, the institute employs 300 people. The DMI is an institution under the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate and has an annual turnover of approx. 285 million Danish Kroners.

DMI provides meteorological services in the Commonwealth of the Realm of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and surrounding waters and airspace.

Meteorological services include forecasting and warnings and monitoring of weather, climate and related environmental conditions in the atmosphere, on land and at sea.

Purpose of all activities is to safeguard human life and property. DMI’s many activities also act as background knowledge in terms of planning and decision-making in economic and environment sectors - especially within transport and industry businesses.

DMI collects and processes meteorological, climatological and oceanographic measurements/observations, and measures, collects and compiles related geophysical parameters throughout the Realm.

Conducting research and development within its area of ​​expertise, DMI ensures efficient operations and state-of-the-art quality in all productions while monitoring and conducting research on global warming and the stratospheric ozone balance.

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