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news and notes Long-Lea d Forecasts Demonstrate Economic PNL Forms Partnership with Mexican Petroleum Value Institut e to Preserve and Strengthen With the onset of more accurate numerical models In a tim e of international political and environmental and next generation satellites, among other technolo- change, one of the U.S. Department of Energy's gies, NWS forecasters can generate long-lead fore- laboratories has formed a partnership with a country casts of El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forthree that is experiencing historic economic changes. The months or more. Analysts have now found that these Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL), based in Richland, long-lead forecasts can result in an economic benefit Washington, signed a memorandu m of understanding of upwards of $100 million per year to the agricultural with Mexico's foremost research and development community. laboratory, the Mexican Petroleum Institute (IMP). In a study supported by the National Oceanic and The alliance, initiated by Francisco Barnes, director Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) (to be published general of IMP, and William Madia, director of PNL, in the July Contemporary Economic Policy journal), was signed on 22 March 1995. researchers analyzed differences in climate condi- Currently, IMPandPNLarecollaborating on projects tions during ENSO events and the consequence of to improve manufacturing operations http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Long-Lea d Forecasts Demonstrate Economic PNL Forms Partnership with Mexican Petroleum Value Institut e to Preserve and Strengthen With the onset of more accurate numerical models In a tim e of international political and environmental and next generation satellites, among other technolo- change, one of the U.S. Department of Energy's gies, NWS forecasters can generate long-lead fore- laboratories has formed a partnership with a country casts of El Nino/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forthree that is experiencing historic economic changes. The months or more. Analysts have now found that these Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL), based in Richland, long-lead forecasts can result in an economic benefit Washington, signed a memorandu m of understanding of upwards of $100 million per year to the agricultural with Mexico's foremost research and development community. laboratory, the Mexican Petroleum Institute (IMP). In a study supported by the National Oceanic and The alliance, initiated by Francisco Barnes, director Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) (to be published general of IMP, and William Madia, director of PNL, in the July Contemporary Economic Policy journal), was signed on 22 March 1995. researchers analyzed differences in climate condi- Currently, IMPandPNLarecollaborating on projects tions during ENSO events and the consequence of to improve manufacturing operations

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Published: May 1, 1995

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