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Regional Seminar on Enhancing Service Delivery by NMHSs in RA V

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2-6 April 2007

 

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General Information

  • General information (WMO)

Topic I
Social and Economic Benefits of Weather, Climate and Water Services

  • A Discussion of Social and Economic Benefits of Weather Forecast and Early Warning Services (Chair, Working Group on Natural Disaster Prevention and Mitigation)
  • An Overview of Social and Economic Benefits of Weather, Climate and Water Services (WMO)
  • The Use of Climate Information for Economic Development in Solomon Islands (Solomon Islands)
  • The Social and Economic Benefits of Weather Services in the Republic of Palau (Palau)
  • Weather Information for Natural Disaster Reduction in Indonesia (Indonesia)
  • Tsunami Warnings and Responses in Niue (Niue)
  • Tsunami Warnings and Responses in the Federated States of Micronesia (Federated States of Micronesia)
  • The Present Status of Indonesia Tsunami Warning System (Indonesia)

Topic II
New Initiatives For Observations And Communications

  • WWW - New Initiatives for Observations and Communications (Chair, Working Group on Planning and Implementation of WWW)
  • Short- and Long-Term Partnering Strategies for Improving Communications/ Dissemination for Pacific Island NMHSs – Preliminary Recommendations (United States of America)
  • Observations and Communications Systems for Kiribati Meteorological Services (Kiribati)
  • Malaysian Meteorological Service Delivery System (Malaysia)
  • The Internet “Expending a Small Island NMS’s Horizon” (Marshall Islands)

Topic III
Delivery of Accurate and Timely Weather, Climate and Related Information to End-Users

  • Sustainable Capability of Weather, Climate and Water Services (Regional Hydrological Advisor)
  • New Graphical Forecast Products Used in the Bureau of Meteorology for Enhancing Severe Weather Warning Services (Chair, Working Group on Planning and Implementation of WWW)
  • Closer to Users of Weather and Climate Services in New Caledonia (New Caledonia)
  • Widening the Scope and Enhancing Meteorological and Climatological Services in Papua New Guinea (Papua New Guinea)
  • Initiatives on Locally-tailored Climate Information Services (Philippines)
  • High Resolution Climate Modeling in Indonesia: Lessons Learned from Regency/District Scale Applications (Indonesia)
  • Delivery of Weather and Climate Services in Vanuatu (Vanuatu)
  • Certification Process for Cook Islands Meteorological Services to Meet ICAO Regulations (Cook Islands)
  • Quality Management System for Small Islands Meteorological Services (Tonga)
  • Enhancing the Delivery of Weather and Climate Information to End-Users (Singapore)
  • Getting the Message Across – A Brunei Experience (Brunei Darussalam)

Topic IV
Strategic Planning

  • Overview of Strategic Planning for RA V (Cook Islands)
  • Strategic Planning (Australia, Chair of Task Team on the RA V Strategic Plan)
  • Increasing Interactions with Our Environment (New Caledonia)
  • Meteorological Data Exchange and Charging Policy Considerations (Fiji)
  • Strategic Planning for Samoa Meteorological Service Division (Samoa)
  • Strategic Planning for Kiribati Meteorological Service (Kiribati)
  • Strategic Planning - Tuvalu Meteorological Service (Tuvalu)

Topic V
Resource Mobilization

  • WMO Resource Mobilization Activities (WMO)
  • Resource mobilization for Pacific Island Countries (Australia)
  • Seeking New and Additional Resources (New Caledonia)
  • Resource Mobilization in Samoa (Samoa)

Special Session on the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) (WMO)

 

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