millennium perspectives

millennium perspectives The most significant development? The global information systems and visualizations, will have a view of the atmosphere and the ocean inspired by the whole new set of users and even greater impact on leaders of the Global Atmospheric Research Program society than the forecasts we have today. that provided the basis for improved weather and cli- How do we get there? By strengthening the ties mate forecasting. Today's routinely provided 5-day between academia and the government, and between forecast and seasonal outlooks have profoundly the private sector and the government, and continuing changed the way the world views its surroundings. to provide full and open data exchange. The U.S. This new information combined with the public- policy for providing data has led to the development private partnership for disseminating information of meteorological services and research programs through all the media has meant that weather forecasts around the world. Information needs will require aug- have become part of the normal, accepted infrastruc- mentation of today's radar and satellite technology ture of our society. with finer atmospheric nets and global ocean obser- Developments yet to come? Better understanding vations. Assimilation and forecasts will require sub- of the impacts of weather and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-81.3.587
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The most significant development? The global information systems and visualizations, will have a view of the atmosphere and the ocean inspired by the whole new set of users and even greater impact on leaders of the Global Atmospheric Research Program society than the forecasts we have today. that provided the basis for improved weather and cli- How do we get there? By strengthening the ties mate forecasting. Today's routinely provided 5-day between academia and the government, and between forecast and seasonal outlooks have profoundly the private sector and the government, and continuing changed the way the world views its surroundings. to provide full and open data exchange. The U.S. This new information combined with the public- policy for providing data has led to the development private partnership for disseminating information of meteorological services and research programs through all the media has meant that weather forecasts around the world. Information needs will require aug- have become part of the normal, accepted infrastruc- mentation of today's radar and satellite technology ture of our society. with finer atmospheric nets and global ocean obser- Developments yet to come? Better understanding vations. Assimilation and forecasts will require sub- of the impacts of weather and

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2000

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