Report of the GCOS Data Centre Implementation/Co-ordination Meeting
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Report of the GCOS Data Centre Implementation/Co-ordination Meeting Offenbach, Germany, 27-29 June, 1995). by GCOS Data Centre Implementation/Co-ordination Meeting (1995 Offenbach, Germany)

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Published by Joint Planning Office, Global Climate Observing System in Geneva, Switzerland .
Written in English


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SeriesWMO/TD -- no. 709., GCOS -- 19., GCOS (Series) -- 19.
ContributionsGlobal Climate Observing System. Joint Planning Office.
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
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Open LibraryOL16045206M

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Later the NORS data centre will be used for validation and control of trace gas measurements of ESA's Sentinel satellites. How to use historical documentary data in modern risk assessment. The OCCR plays an active role in GCOS (Global Climate Observing System) and . Cg-XVI/Doc. , APPENDIX A DRAFT TEXT FOR INCLUSION IN THE GENERAL SUMMARY OF Cg-XVI REPORT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL (agenda item ) Congress noted that various issues were covered in the documents submitted to Congress under relevant agenda items. The Secretary-General welcomed the presence of Heads of State and Government, of. was an official WSIS Thematic Meeting, took place on 10 November , within the framework of the 19th International CODATA Conference—Information Society: New Horizons for Science.3 The objectives of the Session were aimed at 1) motivating discussion among the scientific community on the important role of scientists within the. In book: Climate Change - Research and Technology for Adaptation and Mitigation Report of the GCOS/GTOS/HWRP Expert. Meeting, Geisenheim, “Meeting Report of the Intergor nmental Panel.

Data from the G3OS is collected and archived in the relevant ICSU and WMO World Data Centres, and specialised centres like the Global Precipitation Climatology Centre in Offenbach, which was established for the World Climate Research Programme, Section , but also acts as a GCOS specified global data centre for precipitation. This report reviews briefly the work of the Permanent Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) during This year the PSMSL has organised a number of major workshops and training courses, has edited the new Implementation Plan for GLOSS, and has continued its data collection and analysis activities. 2. GLOSS Activities. GGE-5 Meeting. Next we report on recent agreed changes to the Global Sea Level Observing System (GLOSS) Core Network. Following this, we discuss developments in high-frequency data products and the on-going integration of the PSMSL and the GLOSS Delayed-Mode Archive Centre data through our interaction with the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC). on daily data have varied from data source to data source. Generally, a year was considered missing in a station record if it contained >10% missing daily val-ues or >3 mo during the year contained >20% missing daily values. Each station record used also needed to have at least 40 years worth of data between and 3. METHODS.