ECMWF’s Ensemble of Data Assimilations is providing a novel and efficient way to assess the impact of new satellite observations and to help inform the development of the Global Observing System. Sean Healy and Katrin Lonitz discuss some of the latest work.
16 June 2022
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7 April 2022
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