Resources

Resources

Bulletin 65 (1)
MeteoWorld April 2016
Technical Regulations / WMO
WMO Visual Identity

WMO/training

Education and Training

Through its Education and Training Programme, WMO assists National Meteorological and Hydrological Services in their efforts to contribute to the development plans of their countries and to become full partners in global collaborative efforts. This includes the development of human resources through training, provision of educational material and the award of fellowships.

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Meteoterm / WMO

Meteoterm

WMO strives to deliver simple, clear and concise materials within the grasp of all audiences and to communicate effectively in a multilingual and multicultural environment. METEOTERM aims to assist scientific experts, editors, translators and readers of WMO publications to understand the terminology used in meteorology, climatology and hydrology. 

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WMO Library

Library

The WMO Library is responsible for collecting documents dealing with the various aspects of meteorology, climatology and hydrology or related fields from around the world.

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Youth

Learn more about Weather, Climate and Water.

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Weather reports WMO

Weather reports from the future

If humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase, the average temperature of the Earth’s lower atmosphere could rise by more than 4°C (7.2°F) by the end of the 21st century. But what does a global average temperature rise really mean? How would we experience it on a daily basis? How would it affect our homes and the places we cherish?

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Weather in Art/Media

WMO, the EUscreenXL and the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision created a web-based exhibition of meteorology-related paintings, photographs, video and media coverage. We invite other regions to create similar exhibtions, which could be added to this page.

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