Published by: WMO ; 2019 (2019 edition)
Collection(s) and Series: WMO- No. 1238
Language(s): English; Other Languages: Arabic, French, Russian, Chinese, Spanish
Format: Digital (Free)
ISBN (or other code): 978-92-63-11238-5本手册就高质量气候数据集的开发、提供、交换和维护提供了指导和要求。手册中介绍的标准和推荐规范旨在确保可用于气候评估、监测、应用和相关服务的数据可持续地满足关于质量、治理、可访问性和可用性的最低要求。Published by: 世界气象组织 (WMO) ; 2019 (2019年版)
Collection(s) and Series: OMM- No. 1238
Language(s): Chinese; Other Languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, French
Format: Digital (Free)En el presente Manual se proporcionan directrices y requisitos sobre la creación, el suministro, el intercambio y el mantenimiento de conjuntos de datos climáticos de alta calidad. Las normas y prácticas recomendadas que se describen tienen por objeto garantizar que los datos que se proporcionan para la evaluación, la vigilancia, las aplicaciones y los servicios relacionados con el clima cumplan de forma sostenible un conjunto mínimo de requisitos con respecto a la calidad, la gobernanza, la accesibilidad y la facilidad de uso.Published by: OMM ; 2019 (Edición 2019)
En el presente Manual se proporcionan directrices y requisitos sobre la creación, el suministro, el intercambio y el mantenimiento de conjuntos de datos climáticos de alta calidad. Las normas y prácticas recomendadas que se describen tienen por objeto garantizar que los datos que se proporcionan para la evaluación, la vigilancia, las aplicaciones y los servicios relacionados con el clima cumplan de forma sostenible un conjunto mínimo de requisitos con respecto a la calidad, la gobernanza, la accesibilidad y la facilidad de uso.
Collection(s) and Series: OMM- No. 1238
Language(s): Spanish; Other Languages: English, French, Russian, Arabic, Chinese
Format: Digital (Free)Le présent manuel contient des indications et des exigences relatives à l'élaboration, la fourniture, l'échange et l’actualisation de jeux de données climatologiques de haute qualité. Les normes et pratiques recommandées qu'il décrit visent à garantir que les données mises à disposition pour l'évaluation et la surveillance du climat ainsi que pour les applications et les services connexes répondent de manière durable à un ensemble minimal d'exigences en matière de qualité, de gouvernance, d'accessibilité et d’exploitabilité.Published by: OMM ; 2019 (Edition 2019)
Le présent manuel contient des indications et des exigences relatives à l'élaboration, la fourniture, l'échange et l’actualisation de jeux de données climatologiques de haute qualité. Les normes et pratiques recommandées qu'il décrit visent à garantir que les données mises à disposition pour l'évaluation et la surveillance du climat ainsi que pour les applications et les services connexes répondent de manière durable à un ensemble minimal d'exigences en matière de qualité, de gouvernance, d'accessibilité et d’exploitabilité.
Collection(s) and Series: OMM- No. 1238
Language(s): French; Other Languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese
Format: Digital (Free)
ISBN (or other code): 978-92-63-11061-9This lesson was developed by meteorologist, Dr. Mick Pope, with sponsorship from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). The lesson is a somewhat broad-brush review of the overall forecast process, but with specific application of the forecast funnel approach as used by Australia's Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). The forecast process components include decision support and communication, use of numerical weather prediction, and applying the forecast funnel approach. The forecast funnel is described in detail, along with the forecaster time pyramid, and it is applied using a BoM forecast polic ...Published by: The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research ; 2019
This lesson was developed by meteorologist, Dr. Mick Pope, with sponsorship from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). The lesson is a somewhat broad-brush review of the overall forecast process, but with specific application of the forecast funnel approach as used by Australia's Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). The forecast process components include decision support and communication, use of numerical weather prediction, and applying the forecast funnel approach. The forecast funnel is described in detail, along with the forecaster time pyramid, and it is applied using a BoM forecast policy example.
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Tags: Weather forecasting ; Numerical weather prediction ; North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) ; Jet stream ; Rossby Waves ; Outgoing longwave radiation (OLR) ; Lesson/ Tutorial ; NWP Skills and Knowledge for Operational Meteorologists Add tagNWP is one of the most important forecasting tools in our toolbox. Yet identifying when/where it isn’t capturing reality is difficult. In the short-term forecasting range, it is important as a forecaster to identify when/where NWP output isn’t matching reality. Then you can make appropriate changes to the forecast output. To find those mismatches anywhere in the world, one of the best tools is satellite imagery. In this lesson, we will focus on a few cases using satellite imagery to help identify mismatched features/processes between the satellite imagery and the NWP. Anyone trying to add valu ...PermalinkThe Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) aboard the GOES-R series satellites provides continuous lightning detection from space, giving forecasters a unique tool to monitor developing thunderstorms. This 45 minute lesson introduces learners to the benefits of using GLM gridded products, primarily Flash Extent Density (FED). Learners will explore several North American convective events and use Flash Extent Density, in combination with other satellite and radar data, to diagnose convective initiation, storm intensification, and areal extent of lightning activity. Helpful hints to keep in mind w ...PermalinkThe Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) defined that the suitability is a function of crop climate requirements and land characteristics and it is a measure of how will the qualities of land unit matches the requirements of a particular form of land use. The aim of this research is to improve maize production in the lowlands of Lesotho, this is one of the agro-ecological zones with the most arable land and good soils so it is best to determine the suitability of each crop across this region. This will be achieved by quantitatively and qualitatively looking at the climate conditions require ...PermalinkThe National Weather Service National Blend of Models (NBM) was updated to version 3.0 on 27 July 2017. Changes include: Eight new components for the contiguous U.S. (CONUS) and Alaska, including four deterministic models, two ensemble systems, and two post-processed statistical components Five new components for Hawaii and Puerto Rico Expanded forecast domains for the CONUS and Alaska A “Time of Day” (ToD), rather than NWP model, initial time concept Hourly NBM forecasts, with short, day 2-4, and extended forecasts Updated NBM guidance available 50-60 minutes after hourly run time New weather ...PermalinkThis listing of multilingual training materials for the GOES-R series includes both foundational lessons and quick guides developed by various partners at the request of the U.S. National Weather Service and NESDIS. The selections included here represent materials translated to Spanish and Portuguese. Training contributors include COMET, RAMMB/CIRA, CIMSS, and SPoRT. Translation contributors/reviewers include the Servicio Meteorológico Nacional (SMN) in Argentina and the University of São Paulo in Brazil.PermalinkThe Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) flies aboard the GOES-R series satellites and provides lightning detection data at a quality and resolution not previously available from space. The GLM's continuous lightning monitoring capability is a valuable asset to detecting and monitoring developing thunderstorms 24 hours a day. This 30 minute lesson introduces learners to the benefits of using Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) observations in assessing convection. Learners will explore a severe weather event near Buenos Aires, Argentina, and practice using GLM observations to determine initia ...PermalinkThis restructuring of the Organization will enhance proactive regional engagement and capacity development. In our response to the growing global demand for weather, climate and water expertise, the reform provisions assure that no Member is left behind.Permalinkإن إعادة ھیكلة المنظمة ( WMO ) المشار إلیھا أعلاه ستعزز المشاركة الإقلیمیة الاستباقیة وبناء القدرات. وعملاً على تلبیة الطلب العالمي المتنامي على الخبرة المتخصصة في مجالات الطقس والمناخ والماء، تكفل أحكام الإصلاح ألا یتخلف أي عضو عن الركب.Permalinkإن إعادة ھیكلة المنظمة ( WMO ) المشار إلیھا أعلاه ستعزز المشاركة الإقلیمیة الاستباقیة وبناء القدرات. وعملاً على تلبیة الطلب العالمي المتنامي على الخبرة المتخصصة في مجالات الطقس والمناخ والماء، تكفل أحكام الإصلاح ألا یتخلف أي عضو عن الركب.Permalink
Permalinkإن إعادة ھیكلة المنظمة ( WMO ) المشار إلیھا أعلاه ستعزز المشاركة الإقلیمیة الاستباقیة وبناء القدرات. وعملاً على تلبیة الطلب العالمي المتنامي على الخبرة المتخصصة في مجالات الطقس والمناخ والماء، تكفل أحكام الإصلاح ألا یتخلف أي عضو عن الركب.PermalinkPermalinkPermalink
PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkТакая реструктуризация Организации расширит региональное участие и развитие потенциала в упредительном режиме. В целях реагирования на растущий спрос на экспертные знания в области погоды, климата и воды положения о реформе обеспечивают, чтобы ни один Член не остался без внимания.PermalinkLa reestructuración de la Organización mejorará su participación activa a nivel regional y el desarrollo de capacidad. En nuestra respuesta a la necesidad creciente de conocimientos técnicos sobre el tiempo, el clima y el agua, las disposiciones de la reforma velan por que ninguno de los Miembros de la OMM se quede atrás.PermalinkCette restructuration permettra à l’Organisation de s’engager plus résolument sur le front régional et de développer les capacités des Régions. En s’attachant à répondre par cette réforme à la demande mondiale de savoir-faire dans les domaines du temps du climat et de l’eau, l’OMM veillera à n’oublier aucun de ses Membres.PermalinkIn this paper we try to summarize the main topics of homogenization, quality control and spatial interpolation.PermalinkIn this webinar recording Scott Rudlosky and Geoffrey Stano discuss and demonstrate the capabilities of the GOES-R/16 Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) in both operational and research applications. You will learn how the GLM, the first lightning mapper in geostationary orbit, differs from land-based lightning detection. The presenters summarize important processes known as lightning events, group, flashes, and lightning jumps and show products that illustrate the location and areal extent of lightning, and its evolution in cloud systems. With this information you should be able to integrat ...PermalinkIn this webinar recording Dr. Emily Berndt and Dr. Michael Folmer discuss the capabilities of the GOES-R/16 Red-Green-Blue (RGB) composites. Multispectral or RGB composites are qualitative, false color images designed to enhance specific features in the atmosphere that are important to forecasters, aviators, mariners, and emergency response officials. RGB composites have been enthusiastically integrated into forecast operations because of their ability to highlight the presence and evolution of important forecast phenomena. This presentation details the development of RGB composites and provid ...PermalinkThis case-study lesson provides an opportunity to apply the information in the ASMET lesson “Satellite-Derived Climatology Products for Monitoring Convection Over West and Central Africa” to a case that occurred over West and Central Africa in June 2014. It demonstrates how to integrate climatology information with satellite, global instability indices (GII), and NWP data when convection is forecast to occur.PermalinkThis lesson offers users of climate information a demonstration of the utility of the Local Climate Analysis Tool (LCAT) for water resources applications. The training follows a NOAA Climate Resilience Toolkit case study in Tampa, Florida, and illustrates how LCAT analyses can be used to inform the steps to climate resilience outlined in the Toolkit. This text-based, interactive lesson will be accessible to anyone using LCAT for water resources decision-making, though will be most useful to those with some familiarity with drought/water resources questions and information needs. Some backgroun ...PermalinkThe National Weather Service (NWS) has developed the INSITE tool (INtegrated Support for Impacted air-Traffic Environments) to improve NWS convective impact forecasts by providing functionality that enables forecasters to include more precise impact areas in aviation convective weather forecast products. The tool lets forecasters identify potential constraints to the National Airspace System by combining forecast weather and air-traffic data. Improved convective weather forecast products can reduce delays in air-traffic and increase efficiency in the National Airspace System (NAS). In this 45- ...PermalinkIn this webinar recording, Dr. Dan Lindsey presents GOES-16/GOES-R 30-second and 1-minute rapid scan imagery to demonstrate unprecedented views of convection, wildfire, storm intensification, and other quickly-evolving features. GOES-16 rapid scan also enables cloud and feature tracking in and around tropical cyclones. The webinar includes examples of how rapid scan sectors may be prioritized and selected by the National Weather Service. Instructions about how to obtain and use archived data are also provided. This is a recorded webinar presented by an instructor at his home institution. Audio ...PermalinkGOES-16, the first satellite in the GOES-R series, launched in November 2016 and now provides 16 multispectral bands of satellite data, including CONUS scans every five minutes, with 0.5 kilometer visible imagery resolution and 2.0 km longwave infrared resolution. This lesson harnesses GOES-16’s increased temporal and spatial resolutions to identify convective development and intensity signatures on traditional longwave IR and visible band imagery, and compares the experience to using legacy GOES products. The lesson is geared toward early-career forecasters, those forecasters wanting more exp ...PermalinkThis lesson provides an overview of Earth’s atmosphere, its vertical structure, the fundamental forces acting on air, and how the atmosphere's composition affects the colors we see in the sky. The lesson also includes information about how Earth receives energy from the Sun as solar and infrared radiation, and the mechanisms for transferring heat around the globe. Learners will be introduced to the components of Earth’s water cycle, and also briefly explore the main types of systems used to observe the atmosphere.PermalinkThis scenario-based lesson examines how the limitations of high-resolution NWP forecasts affect their analyses and forecasts of winter and severe weather, and how best to use the output in light of the limitations. The lesson is structured around a case that occurred in Texas in December 2015 when winter weather and severe weather hit Amarillo and Dallas-Ft. Worth, respectively. As users go through the case, they learn how spin-up time, errors in initial conditions, and deficiencies in the modeling of mesoscale phenomena can impact high-resolution forecasts in the NAM nest and HRRR models.PermalinkThe EPS Products Reference Guide provides information about nine commonly used ensemble prediction system (EPS) products. Each has a description, tips for interpreting and using it effectively, a list of its strengths and weaknesses, and practice exercises. The Guide is meant to be used as reference material and does not have a quiz.PermalinkThis publication responds to the recommendations made in the review of the future roles and operation of RTCs, which was carried out by the Executive Council Panel of Experts on Education and Training from 2012 to 2014. The review and recommendations were approved by the WMO Executive Council at its sixty-sixth session in 2014. The review underlined the importance and usefulness of the RTCs to WMO Members. However, it also noted that, for Members to get even more value from such centres, the criteria for designation and reconfirmation of RTCs needed to be improved and that Directors of RTCs wo ...PermalinkClimate-related displacement is already a global reality. Every year, the lives of millions of people are affected when they are displaced by the impacts of weather and climate hazards. Some of the largest disasters make the international headlines, but most disasters do not even make the national news. Yet, for poor and vulnerable families struggling to survive, even a small weather-related event can make an enormous impact on their lives. The Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) has estimated that between 2008 and 2014, an annual average of at least 22.5 million people were displac ...PermalinkThe Satellite Foundational Course for GOES-R (SatFC-G) is a series of nearly 40 lessons designed specifically for National Weather Service (NWS) forecasters and decision makers to prepare for the U.S.’ next-generation geostationary environmental satellites. The course is intended to help learners develop or improve their understanding of the capabilities, value, and anticipated benefits from the GOES-R suite of instruments. These instruments and imagery offer improved monitoring of meteorological, environmental, climatological, and space weather phenomena and related hazards. The course will a ...PermalinkThe TsunamiReady® program began in 2001 to promote tsunami hazard preparedness and improve public safety before, during, and after tsunami emergencies. In 2015, the National Weather Service updated the TsunamiReady Guidelines based directly on emergency management principles and with input from the social sciences. This training provides an overview of the 2015 guidelines, which are focused on mitigation, preparedness, and response. The training will equip community officials and others interested in becoming TsunamiReady with strategies for streamlining their implementation of the guidelines. ...PermalinkThis module introduces aviation forecasters to a conceptual framework for analyzing, diagnosing and predicting convective cessation and resulting conditions near airports. Users will first learn about five main environments with respect to convection, and three patterns in which these environments are commonly arranged. Next, users are immersed into an adjustable-time case simulator to practice applying the convective environment frameworks to their forecast process, while periodically amending TAFs and responding to warning, storm report and caller interruptions. Finally, a case summary ties ...PermalinkClimate outlooks provide probability-based information about expected rainfall and temperatures at timescales of months or longer. This lesson demonstrates how monthly and seasonal outlooks issued by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology can be combined with other information for use in decision-making by persons in climate-sensitive sectors. The lesson explains the main drivers affecting Australia's climate—ENSO, Indian Ocean Dipole, Southern Annular Mode, and the subtropical ridge—and explores how the status of the climate drivers can affect the outlook maps as well as confidence in the outlo ...PermalinkAimed at surveyors and GIS professionals who use geodetic-quality GNSS equipment to determine positions for land planning, coastal monitoring and other purposes, this video covers best practices for reducing errors in the areas of: 1. location and environment, 2. equipment setup and 3. observation times and accuracy checks. This resource is hosted on COMET's YouTube Channel.PermalinkProduced in collaboration between NOAA’s National Geodetic Survey (NGS) and The COMET Program, this video explains the role of topo-bathy lidar products in NOAA’s mapping and charting program, and how these products provide a critical dataset for coastal resilience, coastal intelligence, and place-based conservation. Federal, state and local decision-makers, coastal zone managers, community planners as well as general and scientific users of mapping products will find this 4-minute video helpful for understanding the benefits of coastal elevation data produced by NGS. This resource is hosted o ...PermalinkThe World Weather Research Programme has been established in 1998 for addressing the growing societal impacts of a range of high-impact weather events, such as landfalling hurricanes and heavy rainfall. It served as an international umbrella beneath which many international and national research programs related to weather prediction can function more effectively. It initiated, endorsed, and facilitated projects that required an especially large critical mass of effort. [...]PermalinkThe purpose of this publication is to provide the reader with a broad overview of the main information technology security (ITS) components and procedures. It is not meant to be an extensive security course, as such information is widely available in the information technology (IT) industry. It is aimed at high-level managers, system managers and technicians who wish to have an introduction to ITS. It should act as an aid to understanding the basic concepts and principles of ITS, and help the reader to direct further study in this ever-widening field of computer science.Permalink