Iberoamerican Meteorological Services strengthen joint information to the public

Iberoamerican Meteorological Services strengthen joint information to the public

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3 June 2010

Communication officials of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services in Iberoamerica – grouping Spain,  Portugal and 19 countries of central and south America  – decided upon joint action that should enhance weather and climate information to communities, especially in a region that shares similar weather patterns and is prone to natural hazards.   At a meeting organized in San Jose from 31 May to 3 June by the National Meteorological Institute of Costa Rica and WMO with the support of the Spanish State Agency of Meteorology (Aemet), a communication network has been established for continuous interaction, among other, to revamp the website developed at the request of the Conference of Directors of Iberoamerican Meteorological Services (http://www.meteo-iberoamericana.com/)

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