GAME-T2 DataCenter : Routine observation raingauges in GAME-T region (and GAME-2 region)

Routine observation raingauges in GAME-T region (and GAME-2 region)

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Links to each maps

raingauge stations


  • Blue Stars : GAME activity sites(See List)
  • Dark-Blue Stars : GAME-T raingauges
  • Skyblue circles : TMD stations (3-hourly and hourly, See List)
  • Light-Gray diamonds : TMD agromet stations (daily, See List)
  • Dark red circles : TMD stations (hourly, See List)
  • Green triangles with black rim: RID stations (Daily. Data available for more than 15 years. See List).
  • Green small circles : Other RID stations (daily and 3-hourly. See List).
  • Skyblue and Violet squares : Countries other than Thailand

Other Information


Department of Meteorology, Cambodia.


Malaysian Meteorological Service
"Perkhidmatan Kajicuaca Malaysia" in Malay Language. The portal site of Malaysian weather observation network.
Star Online Weather
Real-time weather forecasts for Malaysia.


Department of Hydrology and Meteorology
Official site of Nepal governmental hydrological and meteorological office.


"PAGASA" is abbreviation of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration.


Royal Irrigation Department
The Official WWW site of RID


Meteorological Service Singapore
Comprehensive archive of weather observation and forecast for Singapore.


Thailand Meteorological Department
The Official WWW site of TMD


Data Policy of Whole GAME
From GAIN-HUB WWW Site. Strategy, guideline for data exchange etc.
Data Collection Plan
From The Implementation Plan of GAME-Tropics draft in 1996, by Japanese sub-comittee on GAME-T.
GAME-T Observations at a glance
A 32KB GIF image showing observation schedule by Prof. Oki
GAME-T/Thailand/Chao Phraya Observing Stations
A 24KB GIF image showing a map of observation stations made by Prof. Oki (See also new black-and-white version).
Summary of GAME-T Data Plan
From AMON(Asian Meteorology Online Newsletter), VOL. 1, NO. 4 (September 1997). Brief introduction of GAME-T data management strategy by Prof. Oki

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Dataset Manager : Dr. AGATA, Yasushi, JAMSTEC, Japan (

Date of Last Modification : Nov 10, 2008