DigitalMETDialogue: recodings and presentations


The first EMS DigitalMETDialogue was well received by the community that would normally have met at the EMS Annual Meeting in Bratislava. 135 people attended the Open science, open data Session on Tuesday moring, 160 people from all over Europe and beyond attended the COVID-19 and Meteorology Session in the afternoon; 120 participants joined the Enabling the Weather Enterprise in Europe for the 21st century Session on the following day.

Recordings of the sessions of 8 September are now available: EMS YouTube Channel

Open science, Open data

Details on the programme are available here.

Recoding of the entire session on Youtube

The Vlog of Peter Kalverla, Netherlands eScience Center

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COVID-19 and Meteorology

Details on the programme are available here.

Recording of the entire Session on YouTube

Jan Semenza, ECDC: Cascading risks of infectious diseases from climate change in Europe

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Federico Fierli, EUMETSAT: The effect of the COVID-19 lockdown in early 2020 on pollution

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Thomas Haiden, ECMWF: The impact of COVID-19 on the weather forecast

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Enabling the Weather Enterprise in Europe for the 21st century

Convened jointly by PRIMET and ECOMET

Since the last EMS Conference, the dialogue aimed at creating a more enterprising and global approach to delivering weather services to the world community has progressed further through various forums and events. The session did examine the value chain from a European perspective, describe examples of value creation and underlying factors, highlighted the progress towards more efficient solutions, and focussed on the most important challenges that lie ahead.

Keynote presentations

Presentations and the audiorecording are available at google drive for download.

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