Members & Activities

The membership of the EMS consists of national or regional meteorological societies in Europe, Europe being considered to include the WMO RA VI. At present the European Meteorological Society has 37 Member Societies.

The EMS is strongly supported by Associate Members, organisations with an interest in the aims of the EMS. Such bodies include non-European meteorological societies, national meteorological and hydrological services, research and education institutes and departments and companies with interest in meteorology, related sciences and their applications, and European-wide bodies with similar interests. At present the European Meteorological Society has 27 Associate Members.

 

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Chair of EMS Media Team at AMS100

Modern society is becoming increasingly vulnerable to extreme weather events. The meteorological services are making great efforts to develop better weather forecasts and issue alerts. In spite of rapid development of new means of communication …[more]

250 years of meteorological observations in Lithuania

First regular air temperature (instrumental) observations in Lithuania were taken in 1770, a complete air temperature time series is available since 1777. The weather radar station at Vilnius Airport was launched in 1974. The automation of observing stations started in 2003. …[more]

Interview of the month: Clemens Simmer

Clemens Simmer, DMG, talks about his concerns about decreasing numbers of students taking up meteorology and the challenges to implement effective organisational structures to achieve the goals of the society. [more]

EMS2020: Call for abstracts until 8 April

EMS2020 will take place from 7 to 11 September 2020 at the University of Economics in Bratislava. Abstract submission is now open. Information on award and waiver applications, side meeting requests, …[more]

Enthusiastic new board of the Spanish AME

The new board of AME, appointed last spring, has started its mandate with enthusiasm. Outreach activities have been particularly enhanced and the dissemination of news through the web page and twitter has increased significantly …[more]

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