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CCl Open Programme Area Groups (OPAGs)

At its fourteenth session held in Beijing, China from 3-10 November 2005, the Commission decided on a structure including four Open Area Programme Groups (OPAGs) within which to carry out its priority activities and adopted Resolution 3 (CCl-XIV) which provides the Terms of Reference and identifies the Chairmen of each OPAG.

OPAG 1: Climate Data and Data Management

  • 1.1 - Expert Team on Climate Data Management including Metadata
  • 1.2 - Expert Team on Observing Requirements and Standards for Climate
  • 1.3 - Expert Team on the Rescue, Preservation and Digitization of Climate Records

OPAG 2: Monitoring and Analysis of Climate Variability and Change

  • 2.1 - Joint CCl/CLIVAR/JCOMM Expert Team on Climate Change Detection & Indices
  • 2.2 - Expert Team on Climate Monitoring including use of Satellite & Marine Data & Products

OPAG 3: Climate Information and Prediction Services (CLIPS)

  • 3.1 Expert Team on Research Needs for Intraseasonal, Seasonal and Interannual Prediction, including the Application of these Predictions
  • 3.2 Expert Team on CLIPS Operations, Verification and Application Services
  • 3.3 Expert Team on El Niño and La Niña
  • 3.4 Rapporteur on Climate and Water (to liaise with CHy)
  • 3.5 Rapporteur on Climate and Agrometeorology (to liaise with CAgM)

OPAG 4: Climate Applications and Services

  • 4.1 Expert Team on Climate and Health
  • 4.2 Expert Team on Climate and Energy
  • 4.3 Expert Team on Climate and Tourism
  • 4.4 Expert Team on Urban and Building Climatology

Expert Teams Reporting Directly to the Management Group

  • 5.1 Rapporteur on Climate-related Hazards
  • 5.2 Expert Team on The Guide to Climatological Practices
  • 5.3 Rapporteur on Gender Focal Point
  • 5.4 Rapporteur on GEO/GEOSS

 

 
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