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Climate Sense

WMO-No. 1043

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Geneva; Leicester
Year published
2009
Summary

Published in Leicester, England by Tudor Rose, the book was launched on the occasion of the World Climate Conference-3 (31 August - 4 September 2009 in Geneva, Switzerland). It illustrates the critical role played by nations and organizations in providing the necessary weather and climate data and products. Climate Sense brings together the authoritative views of numerous international, regional, national and local experts and stakeholders actively engaged in weather, climate and water observations, research, services and policy-making. Climate Sense describes the contributions of nations towards the implementation of global observing and information systems, reasearch programmes and intergovernmental assessments to provide policy-makers with a clear representation of the climate system, including climate variability and change.

Language of publication
English
Number of pages
292 p.
Format
Digital
ISBN
978-92-63-11043-5
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Official number
WMO-No. 1043
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