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High Impact Weather Project
(HIWeather)

 

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Mission

To promote cooperative international research to achieve a dramatic increase in resilience to high impact weather, worldwide, through improving forecasts for timescales of minutes to two weeks and enhancing their communication and utility in social, economic and environmental applications

News

2016

High Impact Weather (HIWeather) Project Kick off meeting
(EXETER, UK, 27-29 April)


HIWeather - Growing resilience through better warnings
Brian Golding

Relevance of HIWeather to the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030
Virginia Murray

Newsletter

 

 

 

International Coordination Office


Steering Group Members

Co-chair:  Brian Golding, Met Office, UK
e-mail: brian.golding@metoffice.gov.uk

Co-chair: David Johnston, University of New Zealand
e-mail: david.johnston@gns.cri.nz

George Craig, LMU, Germany, lead of the Predictability and Processes Theme
e-mail: george.craig@lmu.de

Beth Ebert, BoM, Australia, lead of the Evaluation Theme
e-mail: e.ebert@bom.gov.au

Brian Mills, Environment Canada, lead of the Vulnerability and Risk Theme
e-mail:bmills@uwaterloo.ca

Jenny Sun, USA, lead of the Multiscale Forecasting Theme
e-mail: sunj@ucar.edu

 

Past meetings and presentations


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