TOGA Data on CD-ROM Short Course on Local Flood Warning Systems A compact disk containing oceanographic and meteorological A short course on automated local flood warning system data has been produced by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory/ technology will be held 12-14 February 1991 in Richmond, NASA Ocean DataSystem and is available, free of charge, Virginia. This course will cover many aspects of automated from the International TOGA Project Office (ITPO). systems including how to select a system, determine benefits Designated as the CD-ROM JPL TOGA 0001, this disc is and costs of various types of systems, achieve a 90 % the first in a planned series of TOGA data and World Climate reduction in flood losses, how to maintain systems to achieve Research Programme data. a high level of success, establishing an effective emergency This CD-ROM includes both selected observations and action plan, dambreak warning, and how to obtain funding. selected numerical model results for 1985 and 1986. State-of-the-art automated flood warning technology Observations information includes tropical ship surface data; hardware and software will be demonstrated. Federal, state, tropical ship subsurface data; global drifting buoy data; and local experts in warning systems will participate. The tropical Pacific moored current
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1991
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