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EMS Media Assistant: Aaron Dantas

Aaron Barbosa Dantas joined the EMS as Media Assistant. His main role is to develop digital outreach materials over Social Media and for the EMS website to keep the content interesting. Before joining the EMS, Aaron has been working as a Digital Marketing Specialist …[more]

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]

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]

High-value datasets

The EU’s Open Data Directive encourages the EU’s Member States to make as much information available for re-use as possible. It covers data held in the public sector as well as organisations funded mostly by or under the control of public authorities (e.g. meteorological institutes).[more]

IFMS meets for its sixth Global Meeting

The IFMS Meeting was held in Boston on 14 and 16 January during the 100th AMS Annual Meeting, with the main focus on discussions about the current status and proposals for the future development of the IFMS.[more]

Global Weather Enterprise meets in Boston

The Global Weather Enterprise aims to take action to provide up-to-date systems that protect life, property, and wellbeing. At a recent meeting in Boston there was a wide-ranging discussion about the key areas of the public, private and academia engagement[more]

Feedback from EMS2019 participants

Until 20 October 2019 participants could air their views on many aspects of the recent EMS Annual Meeting in Lyngby/Copenhagen in September 2019. The feedback we received is summarised in slides provided as pdf-file, video with animation or a slide show. We are grateful for all comments – praise or criticism …[more]

EMS2020: Call for sessions until 20 Dec 2019

The provisional session programme for the EMS Annual Meeting 2020 in Bratislava is online. Proposals for additional sessions can be inserted in the programme until 20 December 2019. The additional thematic focus of the meeting is Europe and droughts: Hydrometeorological processes, forecasting and preparedness.[more]

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