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THORPEX, A Global Atmospheric Research Programme

THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme.

THORPEX, A Global Atmospheric Research Programme

accelerating improvements in the accuracy of one-day to two-week high-impact weather forecasts for the benefit of society, the economy, and the environment.

by THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme.

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Published by World Meteorological Organization in Geneva, Switzerland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme.,
  • Weather forecasting -- Research -- International cooperation.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWMO -- no. 978., WMO (Series) -- no. 978.
    ContributionsWorld Meteorological Organization.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC995.46 .T46 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16127845M
    ISBN 109263109786

    The International Grand Global Ensemble (TIGGE) was a major component of The Observing System Research and Predictability Experiment (THORPEX) research program, whose aim is to accelerate improvements in forecasting high-impact weather. By providing. The THORPEX Interactive Grand Global Ensemble (TIGGE), a major component of the World Weather Research Programme, was created to help foster and accelerate the .

    The program builds upon and coordinates advances being made in the operational forecasting and basic-research communities. The weather events to be considered include systems of mid-latitude, arctic, or tropical origin, are primarily synoptic-scale, and often contain significant embedded mesoscale features. THORpex is fully global in scope. WMO, through key programmes such as the Global Atmospheric Research Programme (GARP), The Observing system Research and Predictability Experiment (THORPEX) and the World Weather Research Programme (WWRP), is strongly engaged in contributing to this global effort.

      For his international leadership and predictability and data assimilation research contributions to U.S. participation in the World Meteorological Organization's THORPEX Weather Research Program Certificate of Appreciation, Novem from the World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). Scientists from Thorpex, a global atmospheric research program, and the European Composite Observing System program, also participated in the ATReC field campaign. Researchers are tracking winter storms across the North Atlantic using instruments on aircraft, commercial ships sailing across the Atlantic, ground stations and satellites.


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THORPEX, A Global Atmospheric Research Programme by THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme. Download PDF EPUB FB2

THORPEX: A THORPEX Atmospheric Research program was established in May by the Fourteenth World Meteorological Congress under the auspices of the WMO Commission for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS) and is a long-term research program organized under the World Meteorological Organization's World Weather Research Program.

It is a year international research and development programme. THORPEX, A Global Atmospheric Research Programme: accelerating improvements in the accuracy of one-day to two-week high-impact weather forecasts for the benefit of society. THORPEX: a global atmospheric research programme for the beginning of the 21st century By M.A.

Shapiro and A.J. Thorpe Topics: Author: M.A. Shapiro and A.J. Thorpe. THORPEX plans and ongoing research will be presented. THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme is a ten-year international programme designed to accelerate improvements in short-range (up to 3 days), medium-range (3 to 7 days) and extended-range (week two) weather predictions, and to establish the societal &economic value of advanced forecast : A.

Thorpe, M. Shapiro. development programme under the auspices of the WMO Commission for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS). THORPEX is a component programme of the WMO World Weather Research Programme (WWRP). THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme is an international research and development programme to accelerate improvements in the accuracy of 1 to 14 day high impact weather forecasts for the benefit of society and the economy.

The programme. Abstract THORPEX is a year international global atmospheric research program under THORPEX World Meteorological Organization (WMO)/World Weather Research Program (WWRP) to accelerate improvements in the accuracy of 1-day to 2-week high-impact weather forecasts and in society’s utilization of weather products.

World Weather Research Programme Commission for Atmospheric Sciences TARGETED OBSERVATIONS FOR IMPROVING NUMERICAL WEATHER PREDICTION: AN OVERVIEW WWRP/THORPEX No. 15 THORPEX International Programme Office Atmospheric Research and Environment Branch World Meteorological Organization Secretariat 7 bis, avenue de la Paix Case postale CH Geneva 2 Switzerland.

THORPEX- A World Weather Research Program: NOAA's goal in this program is to double the rate of improvement in day high impact weather forecasts seen over the past 20 years.

This will significantly expand NOAA's operational weather and water prediction capabilities. The Observing System Research and Predictability Experiment (THORPEX) Interactive Grand Globa l Ensemble (TIGGE) project, a prominent contribution to THORPEX, has been initiated to enable advanced research and demonstration of the multimodel ensemble concept and to pave the way toward operational implementation of such a system at the international level.

THORPEX was the first extensive international research effort focused on advancing the prediction of high-impact weather across the time scale from one day to two weeks since the Global Atmospheric Research Program (GARP), which began in and concluded with the Alpine Experiment (ALPEX) field campaign in HISTORY OF THE PROGRAM.

The international programme "THORPEX: a World Weather Research Programme" provides a framework in which to tackle the challenge of improving the forecast skill of high-impact weather through international collaboration between academic institutions, operational forecast centres, and users of forecast products.

A major goal of The Observing System Research and Predictability Experiment (THORPEX) is to better understand atmospheric predictability from 1 to 12 days (Shapiro and Thorpe ). THe Observing-system Research and predictability experiment (THORpex) is a ten-year international research program where the primary objective is to accelerate improvements in short range weather predictions and warnings over the Northern fifth in an ongoing series of ER-2 field experiments, THORpex is the primary over-water validation experiment for the Geosynchronous.

A particularly strong area of collaboration is in the planning and development of THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme. The following paragraphs review the main activities of WGNE in support of WCRP objectives, including especially items of interest and recommendations arising at the nineteenth session of the group.

For day-to-day weather, we have at least 50 years of reliable global data, since World War II, and 28 years of data after FGGE (the First GARP Global Experiment; GARP is the Global Atmospheric Research Program), which was conducted in For climate, we need very long time series of data, because climate works on such a long time scale.

THORPEX Interactive Grand Global Ensemble (TIGGE) TIGGE is a key component of THORPEX: a World Weather Research Programme to accelerate the improvements in the accuracy of 1-day to 2 week high-impact weather forecasts for the benefit of humanity.

Global ensemble forecasts to around 14 days generated routinely at different centres around the world. THORPEX () is a major international long-term Global Atmospheric Research Program coordinated in the US by the US Weather Research Program (USWRP).

Currently eleven countries participate in THORPEX, which is under consideration for status as an official World Meteorological Organization (WMO) program.

THE NEW FORECAST PARADIGM. THORPEX and T-PARC THORPEX is a year international global atmospheric research program run under the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)/World Weather Research Program (WWRP) to accelerate improvements in the accuracy of one-day to two-week high-impact weather forecasts and society’s utilization of weather products.

• THORPEX was established in May by the ~ nations and territories of the 14 th World Meteorological Congress as a 10 year research program.

• THORPEX is. WORLD WEATHER RESEARCH PROGRAMME. COMMISSION FOR ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES!!. WWRP – 2 Joint Meeting of the THORPEX International Core Steering Committee (ICSC) and the World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) Joint Scientific Committee (JSC). (Geneva, Switzerland, 17 July )!.

MARCH !. The WMO World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) has contrib- uted significantly to this achievement – through THe Observing system Research and Prediction EXperiment (THORPEX) and other activities. Examples are its Global Atmospheric Research Programme (GARP) and Tropical Ocean Global Atmosphere Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Response.The Observing System Research and Predictability Experiment (THORPEX) is a year international research and development programme to accelerate improvements in the accuracy of one-day to two-week high impact weather forecasts for the benefit of society, the economy and the environment.the planning and development of THORPEX: A Global Atmospheric Research Programme.

The following paragraphs review the main activities of WGNE in support of WCRP objectives, emphasising items arising at its twentieth session which was kindly hosted by the Met Office, Exeter, U.K., from 11 to 15 October 1.

WGNE in the context of COPES.