10th Workshop on meteorological operational systems

The 10th Workshop on Meteorological Operational Systems will be held from 14 to 18 November 2005.

Description

The objective of the workshop was to review the state of the art of meteorological operational systems and to address future trends in:

  • the use and interpretation of medium and extended range forecast guidance
  • operational data management systems
  • meteorological visualisation applications

Programme

PDF iconIntroduction and working group reports

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Presentations

Session 1: Use and interpretation of medium-range and long-range forecast guidance  

The new ECMWF high resolution forecasting system

M Miller (ECMWF)

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The new ECMWF Variable Resolution Ensemble Prediction System (VAREPS)

R Buizza (ECMWF)

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Recent developments with the NCEP and Northern American ensemble forecast systems

Y Zhu (NCEP)

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The human factor in the severe weather prediction process

T Schumann (DWD)

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Using weather and climate information in energy trading

I Gilmour (Merrill Lynch)

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Risk management and the information content of ECMWF ensembles: Identifying information-rich forecasts

L Smith (London School of Economics)

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The energy markets: The use and interpretation of medium to extended range products

S Meulemans (Sempra Energy Europe)

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Reviewing the Ensemble Prediction System at CMC

G Pellerin (Canadian Meteorological Center)

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Session 2: Operational data management systems  

The data management system of CPTEC/INPE

W Almeida (INPE/CPTEC)

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SIMDAT/VGISC

A Hofstadler (ECMWF)

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Weather support for Athens Olympic Games 2004 using web-based technology

N Kamperakis (National Meteorological Service of Greece)

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The Met Office’s logical data store

B Wright (Met Office)

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TIGGE Phase 1

B Raoult (ECMWF)

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Implementation and testing object extensions of open source RDBMS for meteorological data

J Simões (IM Portugal)

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CSML: Confronting the use of GIS for met data from an OGC feature type perspective

B Lawrence (British Atmos Data Centre)

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DISTRICO - An operational system for post-processing and distribution of numerical model outputs

E Fucile (Italian Meteorological Service)

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Use and interpretation of medium and extended range forecast guidance  

Verification of numerical models used by the Israeli Meteorological Service

A Porat (Israeli Meteorological Service)

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Comparison of ECMWF and HIRLAM wind forecasts in the Baltic Sea

J Kilpinen (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

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Wave forecasting

P Janssen (ECMWF)

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Use of the ECMWF ensemble forecasts at SMHI

A Persson (SMHI)

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EPS performance

T Palmer (ECMWF)

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Session 3: Meteorological visualisation applications  

MAGICS++

S Siemen (ECMWF)

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Metview update

F Ii (ECMWF)

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The meteorological workstation NinJo and its production tools

B Reichert (DWD)

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The aviation layer of NinJo

B Beckmann (DWD)

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Definition of Decision Aid products for military support

B Benech (Meteo-France)

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Diana: A public domain meteorological workstation

L Bergholt (Norwegian Meteorological Institute)

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Future forecast workstations/systems

C Bullock (NOAA/FSL)

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Session 2: Operational data management systems  

Making the ECMWF tools, including Metview, available in a restricted version of the PAiPix scientific live Linux

A Amorim (University of Lisbon)

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The use of MARS at the BoM

T Le (Australian Bureau of Meteorology)

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GRIB decoder

J-B Filippi (ECMWF)

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GRIB2 conversion and its usage at NCEP

V K Kumar (NCEP)

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Session 1: Use and interpretation of medium and extended
range forecast guidance
 

Short-range ensemble prediction systems at the Met Office

K Mylne (Met Office)

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Short-range Ensemble Prediction System at INM

C Santos (INM)

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LAMEPS - Limited area ensemble forecasting in Norway, using targeted EPS

I Frogner (Norwegian Meteorology Institute)

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The COSMO-LEPS system at ECMWF: Present status and plans

A Montani (ARPA-SIM)

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Severe weather warnings at the Hungarian Met. Service: Developments and progress

I Ihasz (Hungarian Meteorological Service)

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Use of the ECMWF ensemble products for operational forecasting at METEO-FRANCE

P Salerno (Meteo-France)

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Combining ensembles and very high resolution single runs for probabilistic weather forecasting - The role of the forecaster in 2010

F Atger (Meteo-France)

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Session 3: Meteorological visualisation applications  

Responding to environmental emergencies in real-time at the CMC using “SPI” as management and visualisation tool for global to local scale emergencies

JP Gauthier-Bilodeau (Environment Canada)

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Customised Visualisations of NWP-based forecasts for decision support in emergency management

L Treinish (IBM - Thomas J. Watson Research Center)

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Synergie-PC updates and plans

A Lasserre-Bigorry (Meteo-France)

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Session 1: Use and interpretation of medium and extended range forecast guidance  

Products of the JMA Ensemble Prediction System for one-month and seasonal forecast

S Maeda (Japan Meteorological Agency)

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Monthly and seasonal forecasts at ECMWF

L Ferranti (ECMWF)

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Monthly-range prediction products: Post-processing methods and verification

B Becker (Met Office)

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Working groups

WG1: Use and interpretation of medium and extended range forecast guidance PDF icon
WG2: Operational data management systems PDF icon
WG3: Meteorological visualisation applications PDF icon

Proceedings

Making the ECMWF tools, including Metview, available in a restricted version of the PAiPix scientific live Linux

A Amorim

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Diana: A public domain meteorological workstation

L Bergholt

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The new ECMWF Variable Resolution Ensemble Prediction System (VAREPS)

R Buizza

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LAMEPS - Limited area ensemble forecasting in Norway, using targeted EPS

I Frogner

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DISTRICO - An operational system for post-processing and distribution of numerical model outputs

E Fucile

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Responding to environmental emergencies in real-time at the CMC using "SPI" as management and visualization tool for global to local scale emergencies

J P Gauthier-Bilodeau

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SIMDAT/VGISC

A Hofstadler

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Severe weather warnings at the Hungarian Met. Service: Developments and progress

I Ihasz

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Metview Update

F Ii

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Web Services for Dynamic Weather Communities (paper submitted but not presented)

B Kerr

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Products of the JMA Ensemble Prediction System for one-month

S Maeda

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Ensemble Prediction a pedagogical perspective

T N Palmer

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Reviewing the Ensemble Prediction System at CMC

G Pellerin

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Use of the ECMWF ensemble forecasts at SMHI

A Persson

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The human factor in the severe weather prediction process

T Schumann

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MAGICS++

S Siemen

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Implementation and testing object extensions of open source RDBMS for meteorological data

J Simoes

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The Met Office's logical data store

B Wright

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