Air pressure measurements are performed every hour within standard meteorological monitoring procedures, or every 10 minutes on the automatic meteorological stations operated by the Meteorological and Hydrological Service. However, a detection of the high-frequency atmospheric phenomena, which may have a substantial impact to the sea and coastal regions, needs to have measurements on one minute or even second timescales. One of the processes, which are occasionally occurring in the Adriatic Sea at these frequencies, are so-called meteorological tsunamis. For that reason a network of microbarographs is installed in Vis, Vrboska and Vela Luka.
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