A large proportion of the global population is influenced by monsoons, which can affect people in every aspect of their lives. Adequate and timely monsoon rains are crucial for providing drinking water, farming operations, water resources management, the generation of hydropower, and more. Monsoon
Summer School on Climate Services for Energy and Water 21, 23, 28, 30 September, and 5 and 7 October 2021. Timing: 11:30-15:30 UTC. Applications close: 18 August 2021 at midnight. For more information, please visit the event's webpage About the event The EU H2020 SECLI-FIRM Project (The Added Value
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The Value Chain project is a 4-year flagship study project of the World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) High Impact Weather (HIWeather) project and the Societal and Economic Research Applications (SERA) Working Group. It will focus on warning chains for a selected set of hazards identified in the
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The second Governing Board Meeting of the WMO-IATA Collaborative AMDAR Programme (WICAP) was held on 3rd June 2021 and the final report is now available. The WICAP Governing Board is monitoring and overseeing the achievement of WICAP aims and ensure that participation is authorized, balanced
Risks to agricultural production from air pollution Side event Science Days UN Food Systems Summit 2021 Click here to register for the event Link to the event flyer
WMO has launched a global survey on gender equality in aeronautical meteorology to obtain viewpoints from research scientists, technicians, observers, forecasters, service manager and senior managers working at aeronautical meteorological stations, offices or other centres. Staff and managers
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