Instruments and Methods of Observation Programme

Commission for Instruments and Methods of Observation
 
 

TECO-2012

WMO Technical Conference on
Meteorological and Environmental Instruments and Methods of Observation

Brussels, Belgium, 16-18 October 2012
   
 

Powerpoint presentations

   

PROGRAMME

 

Opening

Introductory Presentations

Presentations

 

Session 1

INSTRUMENT INTERCOMPARISONS AND TESTBEDS

Presentations

 

Session 2

OBTAINING HIGH QUALITY DATA IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE CHALLENGES

Presentations

 

special

Discussion Session on the Site Classification Scheme

Presentations

 

Session 3

MEETING THE NEEDS OF CLIMATE OBSERVATIONS

Presentations

 

Session 4

CIMO INTERACTIONS WITH METROLOGY AND STANDARDIZATION ORGANIZATIONS

Presentations

 

Session 5

NEW TECHNOLOGIES: TRANSITIONING TO OPERATIONS AND DATA CONTINUITY CHALLENGES

Presentations

 

special

PRESENTATION OF THE VÄISÄLÄ AWARDS FOR 2012

Presentations

 

Closure

Conference Closure

Presentations

 
   

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INTRODUCTIONS
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Intro 1
Introductory Presentation K0_01_Calpini.ppt Bertrand Calpini (Switzerland), Conference Director and President of CIMO
15,216 kB
Intro 2
Introduction to WMO Priority activities K0_02_Zhang.ppt Wenjian Zhang, Director, Observing and Information Systems Department, WMO
28,791 kB






SESSION 1 - INSTRUMENT INTERCOMPARISONS AND TESTBEDS
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Keynote 1
WMO Intercomparison of Instruments and methods for the measurement of Solid Precipitation and Snow on the Ground, WMO-SPICE: Pre-SPICE Studies K1_01_Rasmussen.ppt Rasmussen Roy (USA) et al.
6,541 kB
Keynote 2
Preliminary Results from the WMO Radar Data Quality Control and Quantitative Precipitation Intercomparison K1_02_Joe.ppt

Paul Joe (Canada)

3,919 kB






1(1)

WMO Intercomparison of Instruments and methods for the measurement of Solid Precipitation and Snow on the Ground: Organization of the formal experiment O1_01_Nitu.ppt Nitu Rodica (Canada) et al.
1,653 kB
 

1(2)

Environmental chamber assessment of the accuracy of weighing gauges under low intensity reference flow rates  O1_02_Colli.ppt

Colli Matteo (Italy) et al.

2,600 kB
1(3) Inter-comparison of raingauges in a sub-tropical environment O1_03_Tam.ppt

Tam Kwong-hung (Hong Kong, China) et al.

8,862 kB
1(4)

Thermal and solar radiation errors on air temperature measurements with upper-air radiosondes

O1_04_Philipona.ppt

Philipona Rolf (Switzerland) et al.

4,728 kB
1(5)

The auxiliary remote sensing observation data analysis of 8th Yangjiang international radiosonde intercomparison

O1_05_LIBai.ppt 

Li Bai (China) et al.

5,751 kB
1(6)

The 11th International Pyrheliometer Comparison and a Saharan Dust Event

O1_06_Finsterle.pdf

Finsterle Wolfgang (Switzerland) et al.

25,444 kB
1(7)

Updating and development of methods for worldwide accurate measurements of sunshine duration

O1_07_Vuerich.ppt

Vuerich Emanuele (Italy) et al.

3,593 kB
1(8)

A Statistical Comparison of Weather Stations in Carberry, Manitoba, Canada

O1_08_Anderson.ppt

Anderson James (USA) et al.

11,171 kB






  SESSION 2 - OBTAINING HIGH QUALITY DATA IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE CHALLENGES
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Keynote 1
Obtaining High Quality Data in Developing Countries: The Challenges for South-Pacific Islands K2_01_Nabainivalu.ppt Amori Nabainivalu (Fiji)
6,051 kB
Keynote 2
Overcoming challenges in capturing AWS data from local communities in Ethiopia K2_02_Lebeta.ppt Dula Shanko Lebeta (Ethiopia)
2,239 kB






2(1)

Automatic Rain Gauge (ARG) O2_01_Ibnu.ppt Ibnu Sofwan Lukito (Indonesia) et al.
6,984 kB

2(2)

Precipitation Intercomparison between Weighing and Tipping Bucket Precipitation Gauge in High Altitude Area of Nepal O2_02_Karki.pdf Karki Ramchandra (Nepal)
372 kB

2(3)

The effect of observing environment on temperature in North China Plain Area O2_03_Guo.ppt Guo Jianxia (China) et al.
5,577 kB
2(4)
Introducing the Weather Observations Website (WOW) O2_04_Green.ppt Green Aidan (UK)
8,528 kB
2(5)
The Hydrometeorological service of the Republic of Uzbekistan reached the up-to-date technical level O2_05_Ahror.ppt Riksiev Ahror (Uzbekistan)
5,854 kB
 
2(6)
Challenges posed by the automated Indian surface observational network and responsibilities of Regional Instruments Maintenance Centres [no presentation] Amudha Bakthavathsalu  (India)  






  SPECIAL - Discussion Session on the Site Classification Scheme
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SP(1)
Sensor Classification System - Canadian Version: Siting Classification SP1_Nitu.ppt Rodica Nitu (Canada)
1,359 kB
SP(2)
Site Classification SP2_Baker.ppt Bruce Baker (USA)
2,348 kB
SP(3)
Classification of JMA manned stations SP3_JMA.ppt JMA (Japan)
620 kB
SP(4)
Site Classification at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute SP4_Wolff.ppt Mareile Wolff(Norway)
227 kB
SP(5)
Site Classification in the UK SP5_UKMO.ppt MetOffice (UK)
123 kB






  SESSION 3 - INSTRUMENTS COMPARISONS AND TESTBEDS EXPERIMENTS
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Keynote
Results of the Measurement Strategy of the GCOS Reference Upper Air Network (GRUAN) K3_01_Voemel.ppt Holger
Voemel (Germany) et al.
7,124 kB






3(1)

Automatic observation of cloudiness. Analysis of all-sky images O3_01_Gonzales.ppt Gonzalez Yézer (Spain) et al.
20,602 kB

3(2)

Stinfosys - The metadata model of the Norwegian meteorological observations O3_02_Keilland.ppt
O3_02_Keilland.mpg
Kielland Gabriel (Norway) et al.
967 kB
19,830 kB

3(3)

Identifying and quantifying the value of redundant measurements at GRUAN sites O3_03_Madonna.pdf Madonna Fabio (Italy)
641 kB
3(4)
Evaluating the potential of integrated water vapour data from ground-based, in-situ and satellite-based observing techniques O3_04_VanMalderen.ppt Van Malderen Roeland (Belgium) et al.
2,460 kB
3(5)
Field Experiment on the Effects of a Nearby Asphalt Road on Temperature Measurement O3_05_Kumamoto.ppt Kumamoto Mariko (JAPAN) et al.
3,191 kB
3(6)
Integrated Long Term Observations for Assessing the Impact of Atmospheric Aerosol on Climate and Environment O3_06_Pappalardo.ppt Pappalardo Gelsomina (Italy)
7,176 kB
3(7)
The Oklahoma Mesonet:  Evolution from Real-time Weather Network to Climate Network O3_07_Fiebrich.ppt Fiebrich Christopher (USA) et al.
2,460 kB
 
3(8)
India-Skynet: New Skyradiometer network of India Meteorological Department to measure aerosol optical properties over Indian region [no presentation] Soni V. K. (India) et al.  






  SESSION 4 - INSTRUMENTS COMPARISONS AND TESTBEDS EXPERIMENTS
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Keynote 1
A new challenge for meteorological measurements: the "MeteoMet" project - metrology for meteorology (ENV-07) K4_01_Merlone.ppt Andrea Merlone (Italy) et al.
4,807 kB
Keynote 2
Traceability for surface spectral solar ultraviolet radiation - EMRP ENV03 K4_02_Groebner.ppt Julian GROEBNER (Switzerland)
5,290 kB






4(1)

Metrological Traceability for Meteorological Sensors Illustrated through Examples O4_01_Dobre.ppt Dobre Miruna (Belgium) et al.
3,001 kB
4(2) Traceability of Ground-Based Meteorological Surface Temperature Measurements O4_02_Izquierdo.ppt García Izquierdo, Carmen (Spain) et al.
1,064 kB
4(3) Uncertainty Analysis for the Wind Measurement Instrument in the Calibration Device

O4_03_Sha.ppt

Sha Yizhuo (China) et al.
959 kB

4(4)

MeteoSwiss acceptance procedure for automatic weather stations  O4_04_Fisler.ppt Fisler Joël (Switzerland) et al.
558 kB

4(5)

WRR to SI Comparison with DARA O4_05_Suter.pdf Suter Markus (Switzerland) et al.
1,237 kB

4(6)

Visibility Chain at Regional Civil Airports in the Netherlands O4_06_Wauben.ppt Wauben Wiel (The Netherlands)
4,390 kB

4(7)

Assessment of Environmental Impact for AWS Observation Data Using a Computational Fluid Dynamics Model O4_07_Kim.ppt Kim Jae-Jin (Republic of Korea) et al.
2,907 kB

4(8)

Meteorology Standards in ISO O4_08_Fransioli.ppt Fransioli Paul (USA)
206 kB






  SESSION 5 - STANDARDS AND QUALITY OF OBSERVING SYSTEMS
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Keynote 1
Wind Profilers: Transitioning to Operations in Europe K5_01_Oakley.ppt Tim Oakley (UK)
4,187 kB
Keynote 2
Transitioning to Operations: Lidars and Ceilometers K5_02_Thomas.ppt Thomas Werner (Germany)
3,712 kB






5(1)

Radar Observations of Fog Layers O5_01_Boers.ppt Boers Reinout (Netherlands) et al.
8,885 kB
5(2) Development of Active Phased Array Weather Radar O5_02_Mizutani.ppt Mizutani Fumihiko (Japan) et al.
4,132 kB
5(3) Operational use of dual-polarisation: lessons learned at Météo-France after 8 years of experience at all wavelengths (S/C/X) O5_03_Tabary.ppt Tabary Pierre (France)
4,809 kB

5(4)

Mobile System for Remote Sensing of Wind, Humidity, Temperature and Precipitation Microstructure Profiles during Special Events and Sport Competitions O5_04_Koldaev.ppt Koldaev Arkadiy (Russian Fed.) et al.
3,614 kB
5(5) An overview of the UK Met Office's Meteorological Monitoring System and on key future challenges facing the network O5_05_Green.ppt Green Aidan (UK)
1,575 kB
5(6) Measuring Wake Vortices and Wind Shears in Real-Time with a Scanning Wind Doppler Lidar O5_06_Thobois.ppt Thobois Ludovic (France) et al.
5,363 kB

5(7)

LOAC (Light Optical Particle Counter): a new aerosols counter for the determination of their sizes and their main nature under meteorological balloons O5_07_Charpentier.ppt Charpentier Patrick (France) et al.
2,712 kB
5(8) The Internet of Things - Weather Monitoring too O5_08_Hartley.ppt Hartley Bruce (New Zealand)
2,295 kB
5(9) The Introduction of China-Made Autosonde System O5_09_LIWei.ppt LI Wei (China) et al. 
5,350 kB






  SPECIAL - Presentations of the Prof. Väisälä Awards
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SP(6)
Professor Dr Vilho Väisälä Awards SP6_WMO.ppt (WMO)
274 kB
SP(7)
Vaisala Award Ceremony Brussels, Oct. 18, 2012  SP7_Brouwer.ppt Brouwer Frits (Netherlands)
2,429 kB
SP(8)
Optimized fractional cloudines determination from five ground-based remote sensing techniques  SP8_Boers.ppt Boers Reinout (Netherlands) et al.
2,295 kB
SP(9)
Characterising the FY-3A Microwave Temperature Sounder Using the ECMWF Model SP9_QifengLu.ppt Qifeng Lu (China) et al. 
2,490 kB






  CLOSING ADDRESS
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  Future Directions K0_03_Baker.ppt Baker Bruce (USA)
460 kB







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updated 2013-08-28