Welcome to the new WMO Community Platform!

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Global Atmosphere Watch
The Global Atmosphere Watch (GAW) Programme of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) through its Implementation plan for 2016-2023 embarked on the development of new environmental products and services for the user community. These are to be implemented through the translational scientific
WMO has just published an update to WMO-No. 306, Manual on Codes - International Codes, Volume I.3, Part D - Representations derived from data models. The update is available via the WMO e-Library here in English, French and Spanish. The Russian language version will be available in due course
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The Preliminary 2020 Edition of the WMO-No. 8 (Volume IV and Volume III/Chapter 4) is now available for consideration by Members. To find more please click here.
WMO has launched a global survey targeting aviation professionals - more specifically, administration and governance personnel, flight crew members, air traffic services personnel, airline operators, airport operators, ground handling operators and original equipment manufacturers - to clarify their
WMO has recently published Guidelines on Emerging Data Issues (WMO-No. 1239). These Guidelines are the result of a request made at the seventeenth World Meteorological Congress (Cg-17) to provide clarity and guidance for Members in navigating the rapidly changing world of data and data technologies
Created by the PPP ICO: IcePod
The IcePod is the podcast about polar science and the people. As a contribution to the YOPP-endorsed MOSAiC ice drift campaign, the International Coordination Office for Polar Prediction (ICO) has launched a series of podcasts entitled The IcePod. The IcePod is the official podcast of the YOPP
WDQMS Webtool
WMO launched in pre-operational mode the WIGOS Data Quality Monitoring (WDQMS) Webtool (https://wdqms.wmo.int/), on Tuesday 3 December 2019. The tool is a cornerstone of WMO's strategy to strengthen the monitoring of the WIGOS component observing systems as WMO implements the Global Basic Observing
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The final report of the Workshop on WICAP and Meeting of the RA V Task Team on Aircraft-Based Observations, 24-26 September 2019, Singapore is now available.