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The scoping workshop on future activities for assessing the impact of various observing systems on Earth System Prediction was held at the WMO Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, from 9 to 11 December 2019. About 50 participants from 16 Countries and 5 international organizations attended the
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WMO has just published an update to WMO-No. 485, Manual on the Global Data-processing and Forecasting System, Annex IV to the WMO Technical Regulations. The update is available via the WMO e-Library here in English. The French, Spanish and Russian language versions will be available in due course
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With immediate effect, the URL of the Services for Aviation Moodle portal has been changed from https://aviation.wmo.int/moodle to https://aviationtraining.wmo.int/. Please update your bookmarks to https://aviationtraining.wmo.int/ CLICK HERE to return to our homepage
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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
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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.
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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
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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