Organización Meteorológica Mundial (OMM); Comisión Oceanográfica Intergubernamental (COI) - OMM, 2018 (OMM-No. 1208)
Published by: OMM ; 2018
Collection(s) and Series: OMM- No. 1208
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Format: Digital (Free)Organisation météorologique mondiale (OMM); Commission Océanographique Intergouvernementale (COI); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - OMM, 2018 (OMM-No. 1208)
Published by: OMM ; 2018
Commission technique mixte OMM/COI d’océanographie et de météorologie maritime, Rapport final abrégé de la cinquième session
Collection(s) and Series: OMM- No. 1208
Language(s): French; Other Languages: English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese
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ISBN (or other code): 978-92-63-21208-5
Tags: Capacity development ; Oceanography ; Marine meteorology ; Governance Publications ; Joint WMO/ IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM) ; CMOM 5 ; WMO-IOC/JCOMM-5/3 Add tagВсемирная Метеорологическая Организация (BMO); Межправительственной океанографической комиссией (МОК) - BMO, 2018 (BMO-No. 1208)
Published by: BMO ; 2018
Collection(s) and Series: BMO- No. 1208
Language(s): Russian; Other Languages: English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese
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ISBN (or other code): 978-92-63-41208-9
Tags: Capacity development ; Oceanography ; Marine meteorology ; Governance Publications ; Joint WMO/ IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM) ; WMO-IOC/JCOMM-5/3 Add tagالمنظمة العالمية للأرصاد ; اللجنة الأوقيانوغرافية الحكومية الدولية - المنظمة العالمية للأرصاد, 2018 (مجموعة مطبوعات المنظمة-No. 1208)
Published by: المنظمة العالمية للأرصاد ; 2018
اللجنة الفنية المشتركة بين المنظمة العالمية للأرصاد الجوية واللجنة الدولية الحكومية لعلوم المحيطات والمعنية بعلوم المحيطات والأرصاد الجوية البحرية: التقرير النهائي الموجز للدورة الخامسة
Collection(s) and Series: مجموعة مطبوعات المنظمة- No. 1208
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ISBN (or other code): 978-92-63-61208-3
Tags: Capacity development ; Oceanography ; Marine meteorology ; Governance Publications ; Joint WMO/ IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM) ; WMO-IOC/JCOMM-5/3 Add tagThis lesson teaches the basics of satellite image interpretation to forecasters, meteorology students, and other interested learners, with an emphasis on the African region. It begins by briefly describing visible, infrared, and water vapour channels, as well as RGBs and derived products. From there, it teaches learners how to interpret clouds and surface features using various channels and products. This sets the stage for the final section, where learners practice identifying features using assorted imagery and products. The lesson uses Meteosat Second Generation imagery over Africa and, to ...
Published by: The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research ; 2017
This lesson teaches the basics of satellite image interpretation to forecasters, meteorology students, and other interested learners, with an emphasis on the African region. It begins by briefly describing visible, infrared, and water vapour channels, as well as RGBs and derived products. From there, it teaches learners how to interpret clouds and surface features using various channels and products. This sets the stage for the final section, where learners practice identifying features using assorted imagery and products. The lesson uses Meteosat Second Generation imagery over Africa and, to a lesser extent, Europe. Given the similarities in channels between satellites, the lesson should also appeal to a broader, international audience. This lesson is being designed to support EUMETSAT training courses, such as the online Satellite Application Courses run by EUMETSAT and the African training centers.
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Format: Digital (Standard Copyright)This lesson provides an in-depth case study to illustrate principles of dam failure modeling and examines some of the critical data inputs and outputs. Output is provided from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers HEC-RAS model for simulated failures of a large dam. Several simulations are presented that show the impact from varying the size of the breach and the time it takes the breach to fully develop. The lesson also summarizes several infamous large dam failures from around the world and the impacts from other factors are such as reservoir shape and size, the age of the dam, and the material u ...
PermalinkThis short lesson provides an overview of the world's oceans, including information about geography, physical properties, major currents, and the effects of oceans on weather and climate. Brief information about wind waves, swell, and tides and the drivers of each of these phenomena are included along with an introduction to ocean measurements.
PermalinkProduced in collaboration between NOAA’s National Ocean Service (NOS) US Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Program Office and The COMET Program, this video explains how high-frequency radar (known as HF radar) is used to provide detailed information in real-time on coastal ocean surface currents. It describes the important role that HF radar products play in critical coastal operations such as hazardous spill response. Finally, it covers basic capabilities and strengths of HF radar as well as how to access coastal current data. Coastal decision-makers and managers across all levels of g ...
PermalinkThis lesson will introduce National Weather Service (NWS) forecasters to the benefits of pre-season coordination in understanding the critical needs of decision-makers, particularly the state and local Departments of Transportation (DOTs). The strategies used by DOTs to mitigate road impacts during the winter and how the NWS can best support their needs are also discussed. Learners will gain insight into the common methods of collaboration between the NWS and DOT, and the different types of winter weather events in which they work together. Learners will also practice communicating winter weat ...
PermalinkLong-term management of critical water resources infrastructure needs to incorporate projected changes to environmental conditions. Reservoirs form the heart of water resource assets. Long-range plans for the repair, replacement, maintenance and renovation of these facilities depend on accurate projections of reservoir pool elevations. Environmental conditions, in turn, dictate the magnitude and timing of inflows and outflows from reservoirs, and thus the resulting water surface elevation. This lesson explores the factors that affect reservoir pool elevation and the considerations and challeng ...
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.
PermalinkBureau of Meteorology ; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - Australian Bureau of Meteorology, 2017These guidelines acknowledge that it is difficult to gather support for and then prosecute actions that are disruptive to the status quo and requiring considerable public investment. It is stressed that planning the water data reform journey is every bit as challenging as implementing the reforms themselves. Accordingly, these guidelines conclude with a recommended series of steps to get started in reforming water data management arrangements. Guidance is provided for (1) taking stock of current policy settings, (2) preparing the case for reform, (3) positioning for effective implementation an ...
PermalinkOn Wednesday May 3 from 10am to 12.30 in the WMO Press Room, there will be a Marine Seminar by both WMO and visiting staff from UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC).
The Seminar will be chance for exchange of information and discussion between the two agencies, as outlined in the attached programme. From the UNESCO-IOC, Dr Albert Fischer, Dr Salvatore Arico and Dr Thorkild Aarup will share information about IOC programs relevant for WMO, and vice versa, WMO staff will share information on their marine work here.
UNESCO IOC is an important part ...
PermalinkAgriculture is the largest employer in the world and is probably the most dependent on the climate of all human activities. In recent years there have been events that have put in evidence the vulnerability of global food security to major meteorological phenomena, both in global agricultural markets and the world economy. The food price crisis and the subsequent economic crisis reduced the purchasing power of large segments of the population in many developing countries, which seriously reduced their access to food and thus undermined their food security. During the years 2009 and 2010 in Ven ...
PermalinkIn view of the increasing pressure on water resources, National Hydrological Services (NHSs) worldwide are faced with the challenge to deliver hydrological services of high quality, timeliness and proven credibility, to assist the decision making process of water and natural resources managers. Nowadays, it is commonly expected that these services must be based on information that includes an accurate assessment of its uncertainty. Stream discharge, the basic hydrological variable, is no exception, yet most measurements are still reported as a value without any information on its associated un ...
Permalink世界气象组织 (WMO); Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC); 联合国教育,科学 和文化组织 (UNESCO) - 世界气象组织 (WMO), 2017 (世界气象组织 (WMO)-No. 1208)
PermalinkБюллетень, Том 64(2). BMO, 2016Владимир Рябинин, Российская Федерация, 1 марта 2015 г. был назначен новым Исполнительным секре- тарем Межправительственной океанографической комиссии (МОК) ЮНЕСКО, что соответствует уровню помощника Генерального директора (ПГД) ЮНЕСКО. Г-н Рябинин перешел на работу в МОК из ВМО, где он с 2001 по 2015 г. занимал пост старшего научного сотрудника Всемирной программы исследований кли- мата (ВПИК). Годы, проведенные в ВМО, безусловно, окажут благотворное воздействие на тесное сотрудни- чество между двумя организациями. Бюллетень ВМО с удовольствием представляет г-на Рябинина читателям и предлагае ...
PermalinkL’eau douce est une ressource importante pour la vie humaine, l’activité économique, la santé des écosystèmes et les processus géophysiques. Au cours de la première décennie du XXIe siècle, l’Australie a subi des épisodes de conditions météorologiques extrêmes et vécu, en 2013, l’année la plus chaude jamais observée depuis le début des relevés, en 1910. Les conditions hydrologiques en Australie comptent parmi les plus variables du monde. Le pays peut traverser de longues périodes de sécheresse comme la «sécheresse du millénaire» qui a frappé, entre 1997 et 2000, la plus grande partie de l’est ...
PermalinkL’OMM et le Service météorologique national (NWS) de l’Administration américaine pour les océans et l’atmosphère (NOAA) ont une fois encore organisé une réunion internationale en marge de la 95e assemblée annuelle de la Société météorologique américaine (AMS), en janvier. Cette réunion a été l’occasion d’examiner le rôle important et unique joué par les Services météorologiques et hydrologiques nationaux (SMHN) pour aider la société à prendre des décisions plus judicieuses pour faire face à la vulnérabilité croissante de l’environnement aux phénomènes météorologiques et climatiques extrêmes.
PermalinkBulletin, Vol. 64(1). OMM, 2016Les gouvernements, les entreprises du secteur privé et les particuliers sont de plus en plus exigeants lorsqu’il s’agit de la qualité des services climatologiques, d’où l’importance du Cadre mondial pour les services climatologiques (CMSC). Cependant, certaines composantes du réseau d’observation de l’océan – pourtant essentielles à la prestation de ces services – risquent de se dégrader, et les systèmes de prévision climatique ont du mal à rester au fait des attentes croissantes quant à l’exactitude et à la fi abilité des services.1234
PermalinkA large focus of the meeting was completing the GCOS Implementation Plan, in addition to progressing activities in the OOPC Work Plan. The first day of the meeting was held jointly with the JCOMM Observations Coordination Group, and hence was focused on discussing the structure and focus of the ocean section of the GCOS IP, and refining the network based actions for the plan. The Second day was focused on further refining the package of Essential Ocean Variable Specification Sheets, particularly ensuring consistent articulation of applications areas, and phenomena to capture. The 3rd Day focus ...
PermalinkIn this 1-hour lecture, presented in three parts, research hydrologist Dr. Holly Hartmann discusses issues and approaches for communicating with decision-makers regarding climate change topics in water management and planning. Dr. Hartmann is a national leader in research related to the development of decision support tools for climate, water, and other resource management applications, especially linking research with the needs of decision-makers and moving research into agency operations. Dr. Hartmann is Carpe Diem West’s Director of Climate Science Applications. Previously she was Director ...
PermalinkClimate is changing at unprecedented rates in recorded history. A variety of lines of evidence demonstrate that climate change is likely to affect the hydrologic cycle and thus create new challenges in water management. This requires that climate change information be included in water and water-related resources planning, operations, and management. Climate and Water Resources Management, Part 1: Climate Variability and Change describes the terminology, global evidence, regional manifestations, and basic science of global climate variability and anthropogenic change, with a focus on water res ...
PermalinkThis lesson will describe the real-time storm surge products that are issued by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices (NWS WFOs) during a significant tropical cyclone event along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States. Tropical cyclones that threaten a coastline have the potential to inflict devastating damage to communities. Real-time storm surge information will assist decision-makers in their plans and preparation work for these events. Basic familiarity with probabilistic forecast guidance is required. It is recommended that us ...