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news and notes Dual-Purpose Climate Prediction Program According to the report, a key component of climate Proposed by NOAA prediction research programs has been the 10-year- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis- old Tropical Oceans Global Atmosphere (TOGA) pro- tration (NOAA), in partnership with other U.S. govern- gram, scheduled to end this year. Among its many ment agencies, has proposed the establishment of a achievements, this highly successful international pro- dual-purpose international Seasonal-to-lnterannual Cli- gram developed two capabilities vital to climate predi- mate Prediction Program. cation—models that couple the ocean and atmo- sphere to successfully forecast ENSO up to a year in The purposes of the program are to provide trust- advance, and an observing system spanning the worthy experimental forecasts and analyses of cli- Pacific Ocean to facilitate prediction and analyze the mate variations within the seasonal-to-interannual development of ENSO. time-scale, and to establish a multinational research and forecast network to make the information avail- "As TOG A comes to a close its research results are able to the nations of the world. The information ready to be implemented on a long-term sustained delivered would be in a format that would aid end users basis," the report stated. in their decision-making http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Dual-Purpose Climate Prediction Program According to the report, a key component of climate Proposed by NOAA prediction research programs has been the 10-year- The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis- old Tropical Oceans Global Atmosphere (TOGA) pro- tration (NOAA), in partnership with other U.S. govern- gram, scheduled to end this year. Among its many ment agencies, has proposed the establishment of a achievements, this highly successful international pro- dual-purpose international Seasonal-to-lnterannual Cli- gram developed two capabilities vital to climate predi- mate Prediction Program. cation—models that couple the ocean and atmo- sphere to successfully forecast ENSO up to a year in The purposes of the program are to provide trust- advance, and an observing system spanning the worthy experimental forecasts and analyses of cli- Pacific Ocean to facilitate prediction and analyze the mate variations within the seasonal-to-interannual development of ENSO. time-scale, and to establish a multinational research and forecast network to make the information avail- "As TOG A comes to a close its research results are able to the nations of the world. The information ready to be implemented on a long-term sustained delivered would be in a format that would aid end users basis," the report stated. in their decision-making

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1994

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