World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) - WMO, 1984Published by: WMO ; 1984
Report of the third session of the International working group on data management for the International satellite cloud climatology project (ISCCP)
Collection(s) and Series: WCP- No. 82
Format: Hard copyPublished by: WMO ; 1984
Technical Conference on Urban Climatology and Its Applications with Special Regard to Tropical Areas: abstracts
Format: Hard copyPublished by: WMO ; 1984
Collection(s) and Series: WCP- No. 73
Format: Hard copyPublished by: WMO ; 1984
Collection(s) and Series: WMO/TD- No. 1
Format: Hard copyPublished by: WMO ; 1983
Report of the meeting with representatives of international organizations on WMO activities regarding urban and building climatology
Collection(s) and Series: WCP- No. 58
Format: Hard copyPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkOrganización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM); Secretaria de Agricultura y Recursos Hidraulicos (SARH) - OMM, 1980 (OMM-No. 335)PermalinkThis publication reviews developments in the fields of urban climatology and meteorology in the period 1973-1976 inclusive. It therefore forms an addendum to WMO Technical Note No. 134 "Review of Urban Climatology 1968-1973" produced earlier by the author. The organization of the report follows that of the earlier one and the combined bibliographies along with that produced by Chandler (WMO Publication No. 276, 1970) provide a reasonably comprehensive coverage of literature in urban climatology.PermalinkOrganisation météorologique mondiale (OMM); Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement (PNUE) - OMM, 1978PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) - WMO, 1976 (WMO-No. 441)This report attempts to discuss the systematics of building climatology in relation to building design. Chapter 1 attempts to outline the general scope of building climatology. Chapter 2 provides a detailed analysis of the meteorologist's contribution to the improvement of the safety of buildings exposed to weather extremes of one kind or another. Chapter 3 describes systematic processes for harnessing meteorological data into the actual building design and construction process. It assumes, as a fundamental requirement, that it is important to work out how best to achieve an appropriate balanc ...PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) - WMO, 1976 (WMO-No. 438)As a guide to planners, Chapter 1 of this Technical Note considers the various mass, moisture, heat and momentum exchanges within the urban boundary layer; Chapter 2 describes the conséquences of thèse as they affect the distribution patterns of each of the meteorological éléments; and Chapter 3 considers the implications of urban climates to successful urban design, together with the logistics of the climatic input into the planning process.PermalinkThe former WMO Commission for Climatology, now the WMO Commission for Special Applications of Meteorology and Climatology, appointed, at its fifth session (Geneva, 1969), Dr. R. Berggren (Sweden) as Rapporteur on Economic Benefits of Climatological Services. He was requested, inter alia, to collect and summarize information on methods and results of évaluations of économie benefits from the application of climatological information to various human activities. In his capacity as Rapporteur of the Commission for Climatology, Dr. Berggren was also a member of the Executive Committee Panel on Met ...PermalinkContains three reports: Methods used to minimize, prevent and remove ice accretion on instruments; Protecting sensors and masts of automatic stations against icing; Visibility in cold climates - a summary of environmental problems and instrumentation.PermalinkPermalinkThis publication reviews developments in the field of urban climatology since the Symposium on Urban Climates and Building Climatology held at Brussels in 1968 under the joint sponsorship of the World Health Organization and WMO. During this relatively short period of time the importance of understanding the atmospheric environment of human settlements has become increasingly apparent and the amount of research has greatly expanded. The review is in two parts. The first part deals mainly with observational studies. This begins with a look at work aimed at elucidating the nature of the fundamen ...PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkThis monograph on atmospheric radiation, by one of the world's foremost specialists, gives an up-to-date review of a subject of increasing importance to meteorology. Particular attention is paid to the interaction between dynamic and radiative processes, a topic of major relevance to the numerical modelling of atmospheric circulation, especially for the purpose of long-range weather forecasting. Various chapters deal with the solar constant, radiation characteristics of the underlying surface, radiation climatology of the Earth, atmospheric aerosols and their influence on radiation transfer, t ...PermalinkPermalinkDepuis quelque temps, on prend conscience du fait que l'intensification des activités agricoles dans la zone semi-aride de la Tunisie limitrophe du désert saharien a modifié les conditions naturelles, et l'on soupçonne certaines de ces modifications d'avoir un caractère permanent. Dans le présent rapport, le professeur Flohn rend compte de l'étude qu'il a faite en 1970 en vue d'analyser les facteurs significatifs du bilan hydrique de cette région.
It has been recognized for some tinte that increasing agricultural activities in the semi-arid boundary zone of the Sahara Déser ...PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP) - Hydrometeoizdat, 1968PermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkPermalinkOrganisation météorologique internationale (OMI) - Secrétariat de l'Organisation météorologique internationale, 1936 (OMI-No. 22)PermalinkOrganisation météorologique internationale (OMI) - Secrétariat de l'Organisation météorologique internationale, 1935 (OMI-No. 22)PermalinkLe Bulletin paraît deux fois par an en versions anglaise, espagnole, française et russe. Il contient des articles très divers sur la météorologie, la climatologie, l’hydrologie, l’environnement, etc. spécialement conçus pour cette publication. Chaque numéro s’articule autour d’un thème d’actualité précis.PermalinkThe Bulletin is produced biannually in English, French, Russian and Spanish editions. It contains articles on all aspects of meteorology, climatology, hydrology, the environment and related fields, that are specifically prepared for the journal. Each issue is planned around a selected theme considered to be of topical interest.PermalinkPermalinkPermalink
PermalinkWeatherwise features fascinating articles and spectacular color photographs that showcase the power, beauty, and excitement of weather. Weatherwise articles present the latest discoveries and hottest issues in meteorology and climatology and focus on the relation of weather to technology, history, culture, art, and society. In each issue, our expert columnists answer reader questions about the weather; discuss current events and people in the news; review new weather-related books and videos; test reader forecast skills with analysis of weather maps; and summarize recent weather events in the ...PermalinkPermalinkThe Regional Office for Europe initiates a regular RA VI Newsletter, which will be issued twice a year. The objective is to raise the awareness of RA VI Members of the numerous activities taking place in the Region. The Newsletter will provide information about the work of the RA VI subsidiary bodies - working groups and task teams, regional events in hydrometeorology, as well as, interesting activities conducted by Members and other partners. We would like to encourage all RA VI Members to send us information about important developments, projects, weather extremes and other interesting stori ...PermalinkWMO data provide the basis for better understanding the climatology of severe weather and extreme events such as tropical cyclones, El Niño, floods, heat waves, cold waves, droughts and other natural hazards, contributing to saving both lives and property, and improving our understanding and monitoring of the climate system and environment. WMO has drawn attention to issues of major concern, such as ozone layer depletion, global warming, climate change and diminishing water resources.
WMO enhances the application of meteorological and hydrological information for the security and well-b ...PermalinkNational Academy of Sciences, 1919-[...]PNAS is one of the world's most-cited multidisciplinary scientific serials. Since its establishment in 1914, it continues to publish cutting-edge research reports, commentaries, reviews, perspectives, colloquium papers, and actions of the Academy. Coverage in PNAS spans the biological, physical, and social sciences. PNAS is published weekly in print, and daily online in PNAS Early Edition.PermalinkDMI tilbyder en lang række meteorologiske og oceanografiske data:
Observations- og klimadata
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Samtidig tilbyder DMI et antal præsentationsprogrammer, tilrettelagt mod at give beslutningsstøtte ude i den enkelte virksomhedPermalink"Vision:
“To Make IITM a World Centre of Excellence in Basic Research on the Ocean-Atmosphere Climate System required for improvement of Weather and Climate Forecasts”
- To develop outstanding research talent capable of understanding and exploring enlightened and effective Atmospheric sciences.
- To further the advancement of Research in Ocean-Atmosphere by undertaking relevant scientific programmes.
- To collaborate with other similar research institutions, in the development and application of clim ...Permalink"The Met Office is the UK's National Weather Service.
We have a long history of weather forecasting and have been working in the area of climate change for more than two decades."Permalink