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ECMWF Apr 18
The spring 2019 issue of the ECMWF Newsletter is now available. As well as news about ECMWF staff and events, it features articles about new developments and the use that can be made of ECMWF products.
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HiPEAC Apr 17
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Computing is the new big challenge for the next 5-10 years - end of is posing problems, says Peter Bauer. Codes also becoming less efficient on supercomputers
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HiPEAC Apr 17
Day 2 of kicks off today with keynote by Peter Bauer on how + power forecasts ☔. ECMWF was founded to improve forecasts, pooling intellectual and economic resources to achieve what no single state could alone
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ECMWF Summer of Weather Code Apr 16
For readers interested in predictions beyond two weeks but less than a season: a new book on extended-range is out. One of its authors, scientist Frédéric Vitart, summarizes the challenges of his research:
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 16
🌍2018 was one of the three warmest years on record for Europe, with an anomaly of around +1.2°C. These 'Warming Stripes’ () show temperature change in Europe from 1950 to 2018. More from the European State of the Climate 2018 at ➡️
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ECMWF Apr 17
Young scientist travel awards: is offering an award of €500 for a young scientist to attend ECMWF’s Annual Seminar on 2-5 September . Deadline for applications is 12 June. and
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ECMWF Apr 16
Join our upcoming webinar on Tuesday 30 April at 14:00 BST to get a brief introduction to improving . Learn more:
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ECMWF Apr 15
Discover the talks given at ECMWF 2–5 April on predictability, dynamics and applications research using the ensemble forecast databases, and ECMWF’s test forecast products for the sub-seasonal range.
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ECMWF Summer of Weather Code Apr 15
REMINDER: Only 1 week left to submit your proposal for ! Deadline is Sunday, 21 April 23:59 GMT. Check out the challenges on Github . Register and submit your proposal here:
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 15
The ice thickness of glaciers fluctuated during the 20th century. Yet over the past 30 years, there has been a strong & continued reduction in global glacier ice mass. This ice loss may be contributing more to rising sea levels than previously thought... ➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 12
🌍 Out now! Our 2018 European State of the Climate tells you all about last year’s . Interested in finding out more about the extremely cold start to 2018? What about the hot and dry summer? The rain in southern ? Find out more ➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 12
📢 March summary: ❄️ Less widespread than 1981-2010 March average ❄️ - 2nd lowest of any March since records began in 1979 ❄️ Less ice than usual in Ross and outer Weddell seas ❄️ - sea ice cover low in sector More ➡️
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CHE Project Apr 12
& Monitoring Support Capacity and Uncertainty estimates as developed in and aim at linking with User Requirements & Needs as highlighted in the poster
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 12
Last day of ! Come and visit us at booth 60/61 to find out more about the Change Service and Copernicus Monitoring Service . And at 15:45 discover how to use - the data information and access service 💻
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Florian Pappenberger Apr 11
impact of sequential data assimilation of in-situ snow depth in the land-surface model using optimal interpolation analysis presented by - great work which will improve our forecasts abstract:
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 11
Could you be our next Director of Copernicus Services? We are looking for a talented leader with a proven track record in facilitating the success of high-calibre, multicultural teams. Find out more ➡️
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 11
Have you got your egg yet? Come and visit us at booth 60/61 to find out how we provide information that helps society deal with the changing and (and grab a chocolate egg or two whilst you're here!) 🌍🍫
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 11
🤧How's your this year? The Monitoring Service provides information to help people with . The app is pioneering personalised allergy medicine. ➡️Find out more:
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Copernicus ECMWF Apr 11
💧March’s summary is out! - was much wetter than usual - saw three tropical bringing heavy rainfall - Cyclone brought and to More info ➡️
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ESA EarthObservation Apr 11
The satellite is the first mission to provide profiles of Earth’s wind profiles globally: that's why experts are assessing the accuracy of its near-realtime observations before making them available to weather forecasters around the world.
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