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TECO-2006 - WMO Technical Conference on 
Meteorological and Environmental Instruments and Methods of Observation
Geneva, Switzerland, 4-6 December 2006

Innovations in Observing Systems and Practices
to Meet the Evolving Needs of Members

   
 

Powerpoint presentations

   

PROGRAMME

Session 1

New Developments and Operational Experience with Surface Observation Technology and National Networks

Presentations

Session 2

New Developments and Operational Experience with Upper-Air Observation Technology

Presentations

Session 3

Quality Management, Calibration, Testing and Comparison of Instruments and Observing Systems

Presentations

Session 4

Technology Transfer, Capacity Building, Training and Development of the Regional Instrument Centres (RICs)

Presentations

Session 5

Trends and Challenges: National to International Networks - Global Earth Observing System of Systems (GEOSS), Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DPM), WMO Quality Management Framework (QMF), WMO Information System (WIS)

Presentations

Session 6

Evolving Needs of Members - Round Table

No presentations

   

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   TECO-2006 Lectures and Poster papers can be found here (INSTRUMENTS AND OBSERVING METHODS - IOM No.94)

 
   

Monday - 4 December 2006

  OPENING KEYNOTE
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Keynote
Innovations in observing systems and practices to meet the evolving needs of members Opening-Keynote_Canterford.ppt Dr R.P. Canterford (Australia)
CIMO acting president
3309 kiB






  SESSION 1 - NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH SURFACE OBSERVATION TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL NETWORKS
  No Title Filename Author Filesize
Keynote
New developments and operational experience with surface observation technology and national networks KeyNote-1_VanderMeulen.ppt J.P. van der Meulen (Netherlands)
Co-chair, OPAG-SURFACE
Chair, CIMO ET on ST& MT
5582 kiB

1(1)

Operation of the Colombia hydrological network 1(1)_Sanclemente.ppt Ms X. Sanclemente (Colombia), et al.
26562 kiB

1(2)

Helsinki Testbed: A new open facility to test instrumentation technology for atmospheric measurements  1(2)_Poutiainen.pdf J. Poutiainen (Finland), et al.
 1842 kiB
1(3) Status of the automatic observation on aerodrome and ongoing improvements in France 1(3)_Leroy.ppt M. Leroy (France), et al.
1524 kiB
1(4) Building and operating a station network for climatology and hydrology 1(4)_Klapheck.ppt K.-H. Klapheck (Germany), et al.
 5997 kiB
1(5) Hong Kong's enhanced automatic weather station network and its further outreach to society 1(5)_Lee.ppt B.Y. Lee (Hong Kong, China), et al.
 17586 kiB
1(6) Possibilities for expansion of surface weather observing systems in East Africa 1(6)_Mburu_Kenya.ppt D. Mburu (Kenya)
 340 kiB
1(7) Status, evaluation and new developments of the automated cloud observations in the Netherlands 1(7)_Waubenetal.ppt W. Wauben (Netherlands), et al.
 1270 kiB
1(8) Operational quality control on raw data of the new Swiss ground-based measurement network 1(8)_Roulet.ppt Y.-A. Roulet (Switzerland), et al.
 16353 kiB
1(9) Operational applications of AWOS network in Turkey 1(9)_Karatas.ppt S. Karatas (Turkey)
 5351 kiB






  SESSION 2 - NEW DEVELOPMENTS AND OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH UPPER-AIR OBSERVATION TECHNOLOGY
  No Title Filename Author Filesize
Keynote
New developments and operational experience with upper-air observation technology Keynote-2_Gaffard.ppt Ms C. Gaffard (UK) 
13043 kiB

2(1)

New developments with upper-air sounding in China 2(1)_Li.ppt F. Li (China)
17955 kiB

2(2)

EU COST Action 720 - Integrated ground-based remote-sensing stations for atmospheric profiling: An overview  2(2)_Engelbart.ppt D. Engelbart (Germany), et al.
 8647 kiB
 — 2(3) A study on the structural mechanism of the Automated Radiosonde System (ARS) [no presentation] Y. Oike (Japan)
2(4) Remote sensing system for urban heat island study 2(4)_Ivanovetal.ppt A. Ivanov (Russian Federation), et al.
10118 kiB

Tuesday - 5 December 2006

2(5)
Current development of the remote sensing meteorological network and the fine grid weather prediction model for the nuclear power plants security in Switzerland 2(5)_Calpini.ppt B. Calpini (Switzerland), et al. 
23105 kiB

2(6)

New remote sensing instruments for water vapour monitoring developed at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), Lausanne 2(6)_Simeonov.ppt V. Simeonov (Switzerland), et al.
12190 kiB

2(7)

The new Met Office ATDNET lightning detection system  2(7)_Nash.ppt J. Nash (UK), et al.
 4914 kiB
2(8) Updating the UK wind profiler network 2(8)_Oakley.ppt T. Oakley (UK), et al.
22325 kiB
2(9) Observations from the global AMDAR Programme 2(9)_Berechree.ppt M. Berechree (Australia), et al.
 5362 kiB
2(10) Improvements in the upper-air observations systems in Japan 2(10)_Ishihara.ppt M. Ishihara (Japan), et al.
5174 kiB






 L3 SESSION 3 - QUALITY MANAGEMENT, CALIBRATION, TESTING AND COMPARISON OF INSTRUMENTS AND OBSERVING SYSTEMS
  No Title Filename Author Filesize
Keynote
Quality management, calibration, testing and comparison of instruments and observing systems Keynote-3_Leroy.ppt M. Leroy (France)
Chair, CIMO ET on SBII&CM
5556 kiB

3(1)

Integrated quality management functions on AWS-level - GEALOG SG station manager  3(1)_Pevny.ppt G. Pevny (Austria), et al.
3374 kiB

3(2)

Documentation of surface observation: Classification for siting and performance characteristics  3(2)_Leroy.ppt M. Leroy (France), et al.
 166 kiB
3(3) Rainfall amount and intensity measured by the THIES laser precipitation monitor 3(3)_Lanzinger.ppt E. Lanzinger (Germany), et al.
1947 kiB
3(4) Results of the WMO Laboratory Intercomparison of Rainfall Intensity Gauges 3(4)_Lanza.ppt L. Lanza (Italy)
 9664 kiB
3(5) Automated operational validation of meteorological observations in the Netherlands 3(5)_Wauben.ppt W. Wauben (Netherlands)
3420 kiB
3(6) Global criteria for tracing the improvements of radiosondes over the last decades 3(6)_Jeannet.ppt P. Jeannet (Switzerland), et al.
2228 kiB
3(7) The performance of supporting remote sensing instrumentation during the Mauritius Radiosonde Intercomparison 3(7)_Richner.ppt H. Richner (Switzerland), et al.
23432 kiB
3(8) Results of the Tenth International Pyrheliometer Comparions (IPC-X) 3(8)_Finsterle.pdf W. Finsterle (Switzerland)
2864 kiB
3(9) Validation of automatic weather observation system data in Uganda 3(9)_Aribo.ppt L. Aribo (Uganda), et al.
1421 kiB






  SESSION 4 - TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, CAPACITY BUILDING, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGIONAL INSTRUMENT CENTRES (RICs)
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Keynote
Technology transfer, capacity building, training and development of RICs Keynote-4_Gorman.ppt J. Gorman (Australia)
10856 kiB

4(1)

A proposal for establishing a standard RIC calibration laboratory 4(1)_Sha.ppt Y. Sha (China), et al.
4474 kiB

4(2)

RIC: Review and strengthening 4(2)_Duvernoy.ppt J. Duvernoy (France)
 1007 kiB
4(3) A first review of calibrating devices acceptable for metrology laboratory 4(3)_Duvernoy.ppt J. Duvernoy (France), et al.
6482 kiB

Wednesday - 6 December 2006

4(4)
Capacity building and development of the IRC in Manila (Philippines) 4(4)_Barcenas.ppt F. Barcenas (Philippines)
37978 kiB

4(5)

Training activities on meteorological instruments and observing systems in Turkey 4(5)_Buyukbas.ppt E. BŁyŁkbas (Turkey)
37239 kiB

4(6)

RA III Radiosonde Training Workshop, Buenos Aires, May 2006 4(6)_Nash.ppt J. Nash (UK), et al.
 9174 kiB
4(7) Recent GUAN and VCP support projects 4(7)_Smout.ppt R. Smout (UK), et al.
9677 kiB






 L3 SESSION 5 - TRENDS AND CHALLENGES: NATIONAL TO INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS -  GLOBAL EARTH OBSERVING SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS (GEOSS), DISASTER PREVENTION AND MITIGATION (DPM), WMO QUALITY MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK (QMF), WMO INFORMATION SYSTEM (WIS)
  No Title Filename Author Filesize
Keynote
Trends and challenges: national to international networks Keynote-5_Nash.ppt Dr J. Nash (UK)
CIMO vice-president
12244 kiB

5(1)

Australia's composite observing system: identifying future directions  5(1)_Atkinson.PPT R. Atkinson (Australia), et al.
959 kiB

5(2)

A historical view of adaptive observing strategies in Australia 5(2)_Stringer.ppt R. Stringer (Australia)
 4686 kiB
5(3) Integrated national in-situ observing network 5(3)_Zahumensky.pps I. Zahumensky (Slovakia)
187 kiB
5(4) EUCOS - The EUMETNET composite observing system 5(4)_Goldstraw .ppt S. Goldstraw (UK), et al.
 3022 kiB
5(5) Challenges posed by the WMO Integrated Observing System (IOS) 5(5)_Nash.ppt J. Nash (UK)
4164 kiB
5(6) Global Climate Observing System (GCOS) - Requirements and realities of providing overlapping radiosonde flight series data for long-term climate continuity 5(6)_Bower.ppt C. Bower (USA)
3510 kiB
 — 5(7) Emerging technologies and development of Automatic Weather Stations and national networks [no presentation] B. Baker (USA)  







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