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Central Asia Training Course: Weather and Climate Services for the Energy sector 21, 23, 25, 28 February, and 2 and 4 March 2022. Timing: 09:00-12:30 UTC. For more information, please visit the event's webpage About the event The Kazakh-German University in Almaty (DKU), World Energy & Meteorology
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The Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI) Moodle training portal - available here - provides access to aeronautical meteorology training and guidance material sourced from around the world. The portal's content covers both operational and non-operational aspects of aeronautical
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Effective partnerships are crucial to close the hydromet capacity gap. 25 years ago, World Meteorological Organization concluded Working Arrangements with the Intergovernmental Council for Hydrometeorology of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS ICH). To mark this event, and in support of the
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Following WMO Resolution 3.2/3 (RA VI-18), which aims at taking stock of worldwide development in weather and climate related research with regional or global implications and establish cooperation with national and inter-regional scientific bodies and EU framework programmes that support research
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Phase II of the eighteenth session of Regional Association VI, held on 19 November 2021 elected Mrs Kornélia Radics, the President of the Hungarian Meteorological Service as RA VI president for the next intersessional period 2022-2025. Mr Roar Skålin, Director General of the Norwegian Meteorological
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WMO has launched a new web portal to make key meteorological analyses and forecast products more readily accessible. The recent WMO Extraordinary Congress adopted the WMO Unified Policy for the International Exchange of Earth System Data. One of the important outcomes of this decision will be
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WMO has launched a new web portal to make key meteorological analyses and forecast products more readily accessible. The recent WMO Extraordinary Congress adopted the WMO Unified Policy for the International Exchange of Earth System Data. One of the important outcomes of this decision will be
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The Final Report of the First Meeting of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviaton (SC-AVI) Expert Team on the Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on Aviation (ET-CCV-1) is now available here. The meeting was held online on 1, 2 and 3 December 2021. Working documentation addressed during
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WMO expertise has contributed to an article titled 'Progress in protecting air travel from volcanic ash', published in the January 2022, Issue 1, Volume 84 of the Bulletin of Volcanology. Article abstract: The Eyjafjallajökull eruption of 2010 demonstrated the far-reaching impact of ash clouds and