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WMO | OMM Oct 17
WMO is giving greater priority to strengthening operational hydrological services & improving monitoring and forecasting. We need robust and resilient data sources to ensure that water-related information, warnings and services are reaching the people who need them most
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NOAA Oct 16
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NOAA Oct 16
sea ice coverage for September 2019 was 3rd-lowest on record at 32.6% below avg:
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NOAA Oct 16
JUST IN: 2019 ties with 2015 as warmest September on record for the planet, with average global temperature at 1.71°F above avg:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Oct 16
We have just released the September 2019 Global Climate Report. Follow this thread for details. Also, read more online:
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ESA Oct 17
A large recently calved from the Getz Ice Shelf in West . This animation, made using images taken from 2 September to 14 October, shows the berg breaking off before spinning around in the Amundsen Sea 👉
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IPCC Oct 16
Temperature over land rising twice as fast as global average, already 1.5°C above pre-industrial, Co-Chair Panmao Zhai shows at Hong Kong Observatory
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WMO | OMM Oct 16
“Golden Flow” taken at Rockway Falls in Canada by Steven Sugrim. Another photo that will be featured in our 2020 Calendar📸
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FAO Oct 15
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WMO | OMM Oct 15
Typhoon caused record-breaking rainfall in worst affected parts of between 10 and 14 Oct, leading to flooding and loss of life. Take a look at the map from JMA.
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WMO | OMM Oct 15
WMO-spearheaded Integrated Global Greenhouse Gas Information System science team meeting now in Paris. Topics include how to use atmospheric monitoring to support to reduce urban greenhouse gas emissions
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FAO Oct 15
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UN-Water Oct 15
“We’ll need to tackle both the climate and the water emergency—and we can … we have the technical solutions. We have the science”, said Gilbert F. Houngbo, President and Chair of UN-Water during the Budapest Water Summit 2019 Follow live webcast:
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WMO | OMM Oct 15
Switzerland’s have shrunk by 10 per cent over the past five years, according to . The retreat of small glaciers continues unabated, with more than 500 disappearing since 1900. Details
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WMO | OMM Oct 14
represents a huge challenge for indigenous farming. Experts including Robert Stefanski, who heads our Agricultural Meteorology Division, tackle the issues involved, in this in-depth ⁦⁩ feature.
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WMO | OMM Oct 14
On 12 October Typhoon broke the daily precipitation record at where 922.5 mm of rain was recorded.
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WMO | OMM Oct 13
Quels sont les enjeux du changement climatique en Afrique? Entre science et scepticisme, interprétations et données, quelles sont les sources fiables? Nous participons au débats organisés par ce lundi lors des Journées des médias et du journalisme en Afrique.
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PreventionWeb Oct 13
For every $1 invested in climate-resilient infrastructure $6 are saved, Secretary-General says in message for Read full message ➡️
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WMO | OMM Oct 13
is moving away from Japan as a weak extra-tropical low, says JMA. Today, , sees a huge disaster relief effort after devastation and disruption from record-breaking rainfall, hurricane-force winds, storm surge and floods. Our thoughts are with those affected.
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NHK WORLD News Oct 12
People in Japan are picking up the pieces after a powerful typhoon swept through the country. Floods and landslides hit central and eastern Japan.
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