Météo et Climat has published a special issue of La Météorologie on the role of Jean-François Geleyn in shaping Numerical Weather Prediction in France and in Europe. The research activities carried out by Jean-François throughout his career, along with personal testimonies of former colleagues and friends, are described in a series of 13 articles in the French language which are made freely available.[more]
Geert Jan van Oldenborgh is honoured for the development of the KNMI Climate Explorer as an immensely useful application making high-quality climate data sets easily accessible and uniquely allowing for direct climate analysis and climate education in a web browser environment.[more]
Météo et Climat is pleased to announce that its journal La Météorologie has moved to a new website which offers a simple and intuitive interface in French and in English, customized for all devices. Some articles are open access immediately, after two years all published items become open access.[more]
A global community of 43 national meteorological societies and organisations working on climate and sustainability have released a Joint International Climate Communiqué on World Meteorological Day 2021 (23 March). Together they reiterate the critical importance of addressing climate change.[more]
Testbed participation includes lectures on ingredient-based storm forecasting, that will be applied during afternoon forecasting sessions. In addition, participants work with new, developmental tools to support forecasting convective hazards, and provide feedback to them.[more]
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