December 2010

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WMO science news on greenhouse gases, ozone and coral reefs, as well as news on WMO at COP 16 and the UN Secretary General visit to the MeteoWorld pavilion at World Expo 2010.

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Weather and climate

WMO reports on extreme weather events as well as the La Niña update.

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Programme updates / Regional round-up

News from recent workshops, major meetings from WMO and partners.

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Weather forecasts for astronomers

Weather forecasts have an enormous range of uses on land, sea... and in the sky. By applying the power of supercomputers to numerical weather prediction ten years ago, Canadian meteorologist Allan Rahill developed a way to help amateur astronomers find the clearest night skies for their observations. >> More

         
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Obituaries

WMO expressed condolences at the passing away of Salvador Alaimo, Professor J.C.I. Dooge and Professor Igor A. Shiklomanov. >> More

 

         
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METEOTERM, Youth corner and more. >>More

         
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IMO Prize

Taroh Matsuno wins IMO prize. >>More

         

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