Ice reports and ice charts
At the German coasts and in the Baltic Sea area, ice occurs only seasonally. The ice winter 2019/2020 in the northern Baltic sea area started in November. Publications from the last season are currently evaluated and will be available in the archive soon.
The Amtsblatt (Ice report) describes the ice situation in the North Sea and Baltic Sea in German and English. Ice conditions at the German coast are reported in more detail in the Ostseebericht (Baltic Sea report) and Nordseebericht (North Sea report) respectively, in German.
Ice charts describe the ice situation graphically. An overview ice chart of the Baltic Sea (Übersichtskarte Ostsee) is produced once a week. If there is noticeable ice production along the German coast and in the western Baltic Sea, ice charts are drawn for the respective area up to a daily basis, depending on the ice situation. Different subsectional maps may be released.
Due to technical problems, the archive of ice information is currently only available to a limited extent. If interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 381 4563-780.
Via the following links to our FTP server you can access our archived publications. Please note that no ice reports or ice charts are issued for areas without ice occurrence.
Amtsblatt of the BSH (Ice Report)
Description of the ice winters
Nordseebericht (North Sea Report)
Ostseebericht (Baltic Sea Report)
German Ice Report
Ice chart overview Baltic Sea
Ice chart German Baltic Sea coast
Ice chart Western Baltic Sea and North Sea coast