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Publish Date: 3 April 2017
Top ozone experts from around the world highlighted the need for increased research and observations to inform policy on ozone and climate at a meeting sponsored by UN Environment and the World Meteorological Organization in Geneva, 28 – 30 March. The 10 th Ozone Research Managers (ORM) meeting concluded that integrated earth science observation systems are essential to ensure that action to protect the ozone layer also benefits the climate, given the complex and evolving interaction between the ozone layer and the climate system.
Publish Date: 3 April 2017
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Regional Association for North America, Central America and the Caribbean (RAIV) has held its four-yearly session with a focus on how to improve early warnings, disaster risk reduction and climate resilience. Many countries in the region, which extends from Canada to the Caribbean, saw extreme or unusual weather including heatwaves and intense precipitation. Many are vulnerable to coastal inundation and storm surges, which are being exacerbated by climate change and associated sea level rise. There is increasing evidence that melting Arctic sea ice...
Publish Date: 12 April 2017
allier tradition du xixe siècle et technologie du xxie siècle 22 mars 2017 nombreux records pulvérisés en …
Publish Date: 22 March 2017
6 abril 2017 el calentamiento atípico del agua del mar en la costa del perú produce desastres 6 abril 2017 … monitoreo de lluvias en el norte enero - febrero – marzo 2017 4 abril 2017 qué es tendencia clima tiempo …
Publish Date: 21 March 2017
The year 2016 made history, with a record global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Extreme weather and climate conditions have continued into 2017. WMO issued its annual statement on the State of the Global Climate ahead of World Meteorological Day on 23 March. It is based on multiple international datasets maintained independently by global climate analysis centres and information submitted by dozens of WMO Members National Meteorological and Hydrological Services and Research...
Publish Date: 1 March 2017
A World Meteorological Organization committee of experts has announced new records for the highest temperatures recorded in the Antarctic Region as part of continuing efforts to expand a database of extreme weather and climate conditions throughout the world. Knowledge and verification of such extremes is important in the study of weather patterns, naturally occurring climate variability and human-induced climate change at global and regional scales.
Publish Date: 16 February 2017
meteorological hydrological services, please visit: https://public.wmo.int/en … http://www.wmo.int/pages/prog/wcp/wcasp/wcasp_home_en.html current situation and outlook during second half of 2016, tropical pacific ocean surface …
Publish Date: 10 February 2017
Climate change, environmental degradation, population growth and urbanization are putting pressure on water supplies in many parts of the Asian region, and exposure to extreme weather and other hazards is increasing. The World Meteorological Organization’s Regional Association for Asia, which holds its four-yearly conference from 12-16 February, will consider how to meet these challenges. The meeting, hosted by the Government of the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi, will focus on how to strengthen weather, climate, water and environmental services to keep pace with rapidly evolving needs.
Publish Date: 18 January 2017
déclaration provisoire de l’omm sur l’état du climat mondial en 2016 14 novembre 2016 le climat mondial … teneur moyenne de l'atmosphère en co2 a atteint 400 parties par million en 2015 24 octobre 2016 à la une …
Publish Date: 8 November 2016
Extreme weather increasingly linked to global warming The World Meteorological Organization has published a detailed analysis of the global climate 2011-2015 – the hottest five-year period on record - and the increasingly visible human footprint on extreme weather and climate events with dangerous and costly impacts. The record temperatures were accompanied by rising sea levels and declines in Arctic sea-ice extent, continental glaciers and northern hemisphere snow cover.