ems-message June 2018

Hello Everyone,

In the June edition of the ems-message we have put together articles by EMS Member Societies and others from Finland, Germany, the UK, Slovakia and Ireland. The June and July “Interviews of the Month” give interesting insights into the membership, activities and challenges of the EMS Members. We are delighted to publish announcements about recipients of EMS Awards, and an interesting article about weather photography by one of the Laison Committee members. Finally a summary of recent decisions by the EMS Council is included as well.

Do you have news from your Society or any articles that may be of interest to meteorologists? If so, please send these to us by July 13th; we’ll be delighted to publish any submissions in the next issue of the newsletter and on the EMS website. Details on how to submit articles and news items can be found here. If you have any feedback or recommendations for us we would be delighted to hear from you.

The EMS Liaison Committee

EMS Broadcast Meteorologist Award 2018 for Evelyn Cusack

Evelyn Cusack, Head of the Forecasting Division in the Irish Meteorological Service, Met Éireann, has been selected to receive the EMS Broadcast Meteorologist Award 2018. This award honours life achievement of an outstanding broadcast meteorologist.[more]

International Road Weather Conference 2018 Slovakia

The Slovak Hydrometeorological Institute (SHMI) and Slovak Meteorological Society (SMS), in cooperation with Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAS), organised the 19th International Road Weather Conference, SIRWEC 2018. The conference focused on meteorology, special forecasts, application tools and equipment for road network maintenance. [more]

First MÉRA Reanalysis Workshop

Over the past few years researchers at Met Éireann have produced a climate reanalysis dataset, called MÉRA – Met Éireann Reanalysis, for the period 1981-2017 for an area covering Ireland, the UK and northern France. Climate[more]

Weather Photography

Weather photography is a lot of fun, and even more rewarding when you’re a meteorologist. Use your knowledge and passion to your advantage, and take some great photos of the weather. Here are some tips[more]

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