WMO has today published a 2021 update to Technical Regulations (WMO-No. 49), Volume II, Meteorological Service for International Air Navigation. The 2021 update is available via the WMO e-Library here in English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Arabic. This update, endorsed through Resolution
Sustainable water management and disaster risk reduction require free and easy access to hydrological data. The WMO Hydrological Observing System (WHOS), initiated in 2014, supports hydrological data providers and users in gaining capacities in this field. The WMO HydroHub Case Study on the WHOS
The real-time and historical hydrological data for the Arctic basin are now available through the WMO Hydrological Observing System (WHOS), and can be visualized and downloaded through the WHOS-Arctic web portal. The WHOS-Arctic web portal is implemented using ArcGIS Online for the map interface and
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Authors Jim Nelson 1, Jacinto Artigas 2, Angel Aldana 2, Maibys Sierra3, Enrico Boldrini4, Tania Gascon5 1 Brigham Young University, 2 Independent consultant, 3Cuban Meteorological Institute, 4National Research Council of Italy, 5Word Meteorological Organization 1. Introduction The Dominican
Volume 21 (April 2021) of the WMO Aircraft-Based Observations Newsletter is now available. The previous Newsletters can be found under the Activity Area of Aircraft-Based Observations.
WMO Regional Training Centre (RTC) Beijing, hosted by the China Meteorological Administration Training Centre (CMATC), is offering an international distance-leading training course on aeronautical meteorological services from 21 June to 2 July 2021 [link]. The course aims to help participants
NASA Earth Observations for Energy Management June 1, 2021 - June 22, 2021 For more information, please visit the event's webpage Objective: By the end of this series, attendees will: Be able to summarize priorities and challenges in the energy management sector and how Earth observations can
Energy-climate data hackathon Monday 21 Jun 2021 0900 - Friday 25 Jun 2021 For more information, please visit the event's webpage About the event To promote the understanding of climate risk in future energy systems, the Universities of Oxford and Reading, working in partnership with the UK Met
Issue 1/2021 of the WMO Services for Aviation Newsletter has just been issued. The newsletter, issued two times per year, brings the meteorological and aviation communities up-to-date on some of the latest developments within WMO, its Members and its partner organizations such as ICAO. The latest
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The first Governing Board Meeting of the WMO-IATA Collaborative AMDAR Programme (WICAP) was held from 18th to 19th January 2021 and the final report is now available. The WICAP Governing Board established by IATA and WMO is monitoring and overseeing the achievement of WICAP aims and ensure that