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Published by: United States Geological Survey ; 2004 (1st edition)
Collection(s) and Series: Open-File Report- No. 01-1
Format: Digital (Free)Russian State Hydrometeorological University (RSHU) ; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 2004
Published by: WMO ; 2004
Format: Hard copy
Published by: UNESCO ; 2003
Format: Digital (Free)
Published by: UNESCO ; 2003
Participation, Consensus building, and Conflict Management Training Course (Tools for achieving PCCP)
Collection(s) and Series: PCCP Series- No. 22
Format: Digital (Free)World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Ministerio de Medio Ambiente - Instituto Nacional de Meteorología - WMO, 2003
Published by: WMO ; 2003
Proceedings of the WMO Symposium on new perspective of Education and Training in Meteorology and Hydrology
Format: Hard copyObasi G.O.P; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 2003 (SG's lectures, speeches, statements-No. 248)
PermalinkThis publication contains result analysis of the WMO Survey on Member's training requirements and opportunities in meteorology and hydrology, which took place during 2002. The survey represent an objective basis for a proper assessment and planning of the WMO training activities and for introducing modifications and improvements to the Education and Training Programme.
Permalink2003Groundwater: Background technical literature, Hydrogeological environments
Permalink2003Groundwater: Background technical literature, Groundwater occurrence and flow
PermalinkThis prototype module was originally intended as a review of seasonal weather regimes and hazards for regions that are of particular interest to the Air Force Weather Agency. Although the project was discontinued, the section on summer weather in the southeast U.S. is available as an forecaster's training aid and as an example of this type of training.
PermalinkThis is the second module in the Mesoscale Meteorology Primer series. This module starts with a forecast scenario that occurs during a winter radiation fog event in the Central Valley of California. After that, a conceptual section covers the physical processes of radiation fog through its life cycle. Operational sections addressing fog detection and forecasting conclude the module
PermalinkPermalinkThis compendium provides material on the science of climate change, assuming that students already have the basic understanding of geophysical fluid dynamics and relevant physical processes in the atmosphere. Although designed as training material, it also attempts to respond to the needs for monitoring climate change, to help governing bodies to understand the scientific issues and to provide information to the general public.
Permalink2002Groundwater: Background technical literature, Managing aquifer recharge