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WMO TECO 2010
WO R LD M E T E O R O LO G I CAL O R GAN I ZATI O N
WMO TECHNICAL CONFERENCE ON METEOROLOGICAL
AND ENVIRONMENTAL INSTRUMENTS
AND METHODS OF OBSERVATION
TECO-2010
Helsinki, Finland, 30 August - 1 September 2010
Observing Technologies and Systems in support of
Evolving Demands on Weather, Climate and Water Services.
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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
(IPC/TECO-2010), Helsinki, Finland, 30 August – 1 September 2010
Bertrand CALPINI (Chair)
Vice-President of CIMO
MeteoSwiss
John NASH
President of CIMO
UK Met Office
Jani POUTIAINEN
Representative of the host country
Finnish Meteorological Institute
Russell STRINGER
Co-chair OPAG-Upper-air
Australia Bureau of Meteorology
Rabia MERROUCHI
Morocco Direction de la météorologie nationale
Heng ZHOU
Co-chair OPAG-Upper-air
China Meteorological Administration
Jitze Van Der MEULEN
Co-chairperson of OPAG-SURFACE
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
Bruce BAKER
USA NOAA/ Atmospheric Turbulence and Diffusion Laboratory
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CIMO TECO 2010 in numbers
•310 participants from 90 different countries
•29 oral presentations
•122 posters
•All available on CD
SPECIAL THANKS TO
The local organizer FMI (Jani Poutiainen)
The WMO CIMO secretariat (Isabelle Ruedi, Jérôme Duvernoy)
THE SPONSORS
TECO-2010 and METEOREX-2010 provide a valuable opportunity
for training and capacity building.
Additionnal funds provided by
Météo-France
MeteoSwiss
Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik (ZAMG)
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Monday, 30 August 2010
Start
Monday, 30 August 2010
Speaker
SESSION 1 - Surface Observing Technologies and Systems
Chairs: Jitze Van der Meulen and Mike Molineux
11:15
Keynote 1
How do we maintain sustainable high quality climate observation networks that can
answer the question: How has the climate changed over the past 50 years?
13:45
BAKER Bruce (USA)
POSTER SESSION
16:00
Keynote
Future challenges for CIMO, illustrated with examples of upper-air systems
intercomparisons and testbeds
NASH John (CIMO)
16:30
Keynote 2
Solid precipitation measurement
NITU Rodica
(CANADA)
End of the first day
18.00
ISO/TC 146/SC 5/WG 6 Working group Lidar (informal meeting/on invitation)
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Ljuba Woppowa,
Secretary to ISO/TC
146/SC 5/WG 6
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Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Tuesday, 31 August 2010
SESSION 2 - Upper-air and Remote-sensing Observing Technologies and
Systems
Chairs: Heng Zhou and Arkadi Koldaev
9:00
Keynote 1
Weather radars' SW intercomparison
JOE Paul (CANADA)
METEOREX Official Opening
12:30
SESSION 3 – Instruments comparisons
and Testbeds experiments
Chairs: Michel Leroy and Li Wei
13:45
Keynote 1
The WMO field intercomparison of rainfall intensity in Vigna di Valle
VUERICH Emanuele
(ITALY)
16:45
Keynote 2
Outcomes from the COST Action ES0702: European Ground-Based Observations of
Essential Variables for Climate and Operational Meteorology (EG-CLIMET)
ILLINGWORTH
Anthony (UK)
18:00
Finnish Meteorological Institute visit
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Wednesday, 1 September 2010
Wednesday, 1 September 2010
SESSION 4 – Technology transfer and capacity building in support of
developing countries
Chair: Mario Jorge Garcia
9:00
Keynote
11:00
Identified Challenges to Capacity development and technology Transfer as seen in
the WIFA initiative - A case for East African Community Member States
MAGEZI S.A.K
(UGANDA)
VÄISÄLÄ AWARD 2010 For an Outstanding Research Paper
RAPID SAMPLING OF SEVERE STORMS BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER RADAR
TESTEB PHASED ARRAY RADAR
Heinselman Pamela
L. (USA)
SESSION 5 – Standards and Quality of observing systems
Chair Eckhard Lanzinger
11:15
Keynote
Real-time performance monitoring of observing networks
CHONG Pei (CHINA)
SESSION 6 – Round Table
14:00
16:30
Round Table
Vaisala Award Ceremony
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Wednesday, 1 September 2010
14:00
Round Table
SESSION 1 - Surface Observing Technologies and Systems
Chairs: Jitze Van der Meulen and Mike Molineux
SESSION 2 - Upper-air and Remote-sensing Observing Technologies and Systems
Chairs: Heng Zhou and Arkadi Koldaev
SESSION 3 – Instruments comparisons
and Testbeds experiments
Chairs: Michel Leroy and Li Wei
SESSION 4 – Technology transfer and capacity building
in support of developing countries
Chair: Mario Jorge Garcia
SESSION 5 – Standards and Quality of observing systems
Chair Eckhard Lanzinger
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Future challenges for CIMO, illustrated
with examples of :
QA studies on Surface-based in situ and remote sensing observations
Bertrand Calpini
Upper-air systems intercomparisons and testbeds
John Nash
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Spectroscopic data (ozone cross section)
Rain fall intensities (weather radar estimates)
Ash particles
Water vapor lidar
Wind field (measurements > NWP)
Total precipitation
Meteorology vs metrology (WMO BIPM)
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Spectroscopic data (ozone cross section)
1921: Observatory Arosa:
Ozone Layer time series…since then
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80 years of continuous Ozone time
series @ Arosa
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Trace gas detection
• Ozone
• Methane
• Other essential trace gases
• The search for absolute spectrosopic features:
• Absorption cross section
• Atmospheric induced effect (pressure broadening,
temperature broadening, other interferences – Mie, other
trace species, ..)
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Rain fall intensities by Weather radar
plan view
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Ash particles measured by lidar
Measurement of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano
plume over Switzerland by MeteoSwiss
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Polychromator
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Friday - Saturday (16-17.04)
•Cloud base alt
•Cloud top alt.
•Cloud intensity
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Federal Department of Home Affairs FDHA
Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss
The Island volcanic eruption as seen by lidar
Friday April 16th 2010, 11pm local time:
Volcanic plume over the Swiss Plateau
Sunday: April 18th 2010, 2 pm local time:
« End of the event» and higher Mixing layer
Saturday: April 17th 2010, 8 pm local time:
« Dilution of the plume »
Red saturated signal: the planetary boundary layer with intense « Mie scattering »
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Absolute scale: preliminary,
based on first radiosonde in situ estimate
ETHZ radiosonde
Pollen Network – MeteoSwiss
BU – Bernard Clot – Saturday April 17th 2010 – midnight
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Water vapor lidar vs radiosonde
Lidar q/q
26 Aug 2008 19h38 UTC
NIGHT
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10 min
30 min
z, km
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Vertical
averaging
< 4 km
<6.5 km
<9 km
>9 km
15 m
30 m
100 m
300 m
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Snow White
Lidar
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q(z), g/kg
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q/q, %
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Wind field (measurements > NWP)
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Forecast
Analysis
WP
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Forecast
Wind profiler
Radiosonde
past
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future
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Total precipitation measurements
(1-2 samples per year):
< 50 years
50 – 80 years
> 80 years
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Altitude above see level (m)
Total precipitation measurements
Total Precipitation time series: correlation study
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WMO-BIPM workshop on
Measurement Challenges for Global
Observation Systems for Climate
Monitoring:
Traceability, Stability, and Uncertainty
WMO Geneva
30 March to 1 April 2010,
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• Session A: Climate trends from satellite sounding data.
• Session B1: Stable time series for key greenhouse gases
and other trace species.
• Session B2: Remote sensing of atmospheric composition
and traceability issues in spectroscopic data.
• Session C: Radiation and Earth energy balance.
• Session D: Earth surface (land and water) temperature.
• Session F: Microwave imagery data in climate and NWP.
• Session G: Surface properties: albedo, land cover, and
ocean cover.
• Session H: Ocean salinity.
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CIMO mandate
• Requirements for high quality observational data and
their world-wide compatibility were a governing principle
when the International Meteorological Organization (IMO)
was established in 1873.
• technical standards,
• instrument intercomparisons,
• testing and calibration
• implement quality control procedures.
• Responsibilities assigned to the Commission for Instruments
and Methods of Observations (CIMO)
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CIMO Guide
The WMO Guide to Meteorological Instruments and Methods
of Observation (CIMO Guide) :
• The 1st edition published in 1954, 12 chapters.
• The 7th edition (2008) has 34 chapters,
• covering the whole range of instruments,
• from the simplest to the most complex and
sophisticated.
• Its purpose is to give comprehensive and up-to-date
guidance on the most effective practices for carrying
out meteorological observations and measurements
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I wish full success to
TECO 2010
+
METEOREX 2010
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