From 6-8 November 2019 the 12th EUMETNET Data Management Workshop will be held in De Bilt, the Netherlands. The main topic will be The use of 3rd party data in weather and climate services.
The EUMETNET Climate Programme is supporting European national meteorological and hydrological services for the benefit of the environment, safety, economy and health.
The opportunity for more detailed and relevant services to society by combining newly emerging meteorological datasets and datasets from e.g. environmental agencies with the traditional network of meteorological stations operated by the national services is there.
The 12th EUMETNET Data Management workshop aims to be relevant to both data providers and data users. All topics related to climate data, from climate monitoring, climate data management, data recovery, standardization of climate observations practices, quality management and analysis to data provision are covered. The Workshop has a plenary session with presentations and posters, but will offer ample opportunity for discussion on practical issues and best practices.
Wednesday November 6th 2019
18:00-19:00 Ice Breaker reception
Thursday November 7th 2019
18:00-20:00 guided tour through historic centre of Utrecht
20:00 workshop dinner
Friday November 8th 2019
The conference registration fee is €100 and includes the Ice Breaker reception, lunches, coffee/tea and refreshments and the Workshop dinner.
The Workshop will be held in the headquarter of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute KNMI.
There are 4 trains/hour between Schiphol airport and Utrecht Central Station. There is a frequent bus service between Utrecht Central Stations and De Bilt by lines 50, 51, 52, 53.
The registration page is coming soon.
Presentations will be oral (15-20 mins) or posters (portrait, A0). Abstracts are max. 1 page and should be written in English, be concise and to-the-point. Figures, tables and mathematical formulae should be avoided.
Abstracts should be send to dmw2019(at)zamg.ac.at with subject DMW before May 31st 2019. Authors will be informed about the acceptance of the presentation by the scientific committee in early September.
Local organisation is by Marion Bogers-Pettinga at marion.bogers-pettinga(at)knmi.nl