Tim Owen (NOAA/NESDIS/NCDC)
Robert J. Leffler (NOAA/NWS/Climate Services Division)|
This session provides NWS field personnel with information on how to apply the “Ten Principles of Climate Monitoring” to operations of the nation’s weather and climate observing networks. The unit is targeted at Regional Climate Services Program Managers, Regional Cooperative Observer Program Managers, WFO focal points, WFO MICs, and SOOs. However, anyone is welcome to participate.
The following topics will be discussed:
Create a directory to download the playback file from the following site: http://rammb.cira.colostate.edu/training/visit/training_sessions/applying_the_ten_principles_of_climate_monitoring_in_nws_field_operations/applying_the_ten_principles_of_climate_monitoring_in_nws_field_operations.exe
After extracting the files into that directory click on the visitlocal.bat file to start the lesson. Advance slides on your own using the navigation controls (i.e., the Next button will advance to the next slide)
Karl, T.R., V.E. Derr, D.R. Easterling, C.K. Folland, D.J. Hoffman, S. Levitus, N. Nicholls, D.E. Parker, and G.W. Withee, 1995: Critical issues for long-term climate monitoring. Climatic Change, 31, 185-221.
There are no prerequisites