WMO Flood Forecasting Initiative, Second Meeting of the Advisory Group
Geneva, Switzerland, 1-3 December 2015
The objective of the WMO Flood Forecasting Initiative (WMO-FFI), established by WMO in 2003, is to “Improve the capacity of meteorological and hydrological services to jointly deliver timely and more accurate products and services required in flood forecasting and warning and in collaborating with disaster managers, active in flood emergency preparedness and response”. In 2001, the World Meteorological Congress (Cg) passed Resolution 21 (Cg-XV) on the implementation of the Flood Forecasting Initiative. Subsequently, In 2011, the World Meteorological Congress passed Resolution 15 (Cg-16) establishing the WMO Flood Forecasting Initiative - Advisory Group (FFI-AG) with the objective to provide guidance and advice on the hydrological forecasting elements of a number of flood-related initiatives and programmes in progress under WMO programmes, and to provide broad-based support to improve collaboration between the meteorological and hydrological communities for improved flood forecasting related practices. The full text of Resolution 21 (Cg-XV) and Resolution 15 (Cg-16), including the Terms of Reference for the FFI-AG are provided as background documents.
Expected Outcomes of the Meeting
The expected outputs from the meeting during its second constituent session are:
Conclusions and recommendations (including target audience), based on the presentations and discussions.
December 1st 2015
December 2nd 2015
December 3nd 2015
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