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Nowcasting and Mesoscale Research

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Mission

Nowcasting and Mesoscale Research Working Group (NMR) aims to advance the knowledge of nowcasting and mesoscale processes and predictability; to promote, and aid the implementation of nowcasting systems within National Meteorological Hydrological Services (NMHSs) and among their end-users, including the potential use of numerical modelling and assimilation of very high-resolution data.

News

2017

Summary WWRP Nowcasting and Mesoscale Research Working Group Meeting
Hong Kong Observatory, Hong Kong, 30-31 July 2016  new

Projects and activities

 

 

Working Group Members

Co-chair: Rita Roberts, UCAR, USA
email: rroberts at ucar.edu

Co-chair: Peter Steinle, BoM, Australia
email: p.steinle at bom.gov.au


Tabito Hara, JMA, Japan
email: tabito.hara at met.kishou.go.jp

Yu Hui, Shanghai Typhoon Institute,
China

email: yuh@mail.typhoon.gov.cn

Ping Wah Li, Hong Kong, China
email: pwli at hko.gov.hk

Alan Seed, BoM, Australia
email: a.seed at bom.gov.au

Jian Jie Wang, CMA, China
email: wangjj at cma.gov.cn

Wang Yong, ZAMG, Austria
email: yong.wang at zamg.ac.at

Paola Salio, SMN, Argentina
email: salio@cima.fcen.uba.ar

Rachel Albrect, INMET, Brazil
email:

David Turner, NOAA, USA
email:dave.turner@noaa.gov

Valery Masson, Meteo France
email:

Past meetings, past presentations

Past meetings, past presentations

 

2016

2015

  • Nowcasting and Mesoscale Research Working Group
    (Geneva, 10-11 December 2015)
    Minutes

2014

  • Nowcasting Research WG meeting
    (Montreal, Canada, 14-15 August)
    Presentations

2013

2012

 

2011

  • WWRP Preliminary Coordination Group Meeting for the Vancouver 2010 Research Demonstration Project (RDP)
    (Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, 26 to 28 March 2008)

 

 

 




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