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EC-LVIII 2006 Report of the president of CBS Presented by Alexander Gusev (Russian Federation) EC-LVIII 2006 Report of the president of CBS Presented by Alexander Gusev (Russian Federation) President of CBS Executive Council, Fifty-Eighth session Geneva, 20 -30 June, 2006

EC-LVIII 2006 Main goals (2005) Redesign of the Global Observing System; Achieve the full EC-LVIII 2006 Main goals (2005) Redesign of the Global Observing System; Achieve the full implementation of the Improved MTN and upgrade of the GTS through costeffective techniques, particularly in developing regions and areas with adverse conditions; Progress the development of the (F)WIS, including the evolution of the GTS towards the (F)WIS backbone; Implementation of the migration to binary codes, in particular the development of pilot projects; Development of severe weather forecasting and issue of severe weather warning; Support to natural disaster reduction……

EC-LVIII 2006 COMMISSION FOR BASIC SYSTEMS President Vice-President 4 OPAGs èISS (Information Systems and EC-LVIII 2006 COMMISSION FOR BASIC SYSTEMS President Vice-President 4 OPAGs èISS (Information Systems and Services) 2 Co-coordinators GEOSS Coordinator DPM èIOS (Integrated Observing System) èDPFS (Data Processing and Forecasting Systems) èPWS (Public Weather Services) QM IPY THORPEX

EC-LVIII 2006 Current status of the WWW Global level of SYNOPS received (as a EC-LVIII 2006 Current status of the WWW Global level of SYNOPS received (as a % of RSBN) has increased from 69% to 78% Global level of TEMPS has increased from 55% to 70% 4

EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Overall, in 2005 the implementation of observational programme EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Overall, in 2005 the implementation of observational programme in WMO Regions had shown increasing stability. The globally averaged availability of observations reports on the MTN 2004 2005 surface reports 77% 78% upper-air reports 67% 70%

EC-LVIII 2006 Candidate Observing Systems The future GOS should build upon existing components, both EC-LVIII 2006 Candidate Observing Systems The future GOS should build upon existing components, both surface and space based, and capitalize on existing and new observing technologies not presently incorporated or fully exploited Each incremental addition to the GOS would be reflected in better data, products and services from the NMHSs 6

EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Activities on the redesign and establishment of a EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Activities on the redesign and establishment of a future GOS were focused on implementation aspects of evolution of the GOS, satellite system utilization and products, requirements and representation of data from AWS, scientific evaluation of OSE and OSSE, integration of AMDAR in WWW operations, revision and updating of the GOS regulatory material.

EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Specific input to the planning and implementation of EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Specific input to the planning and implementation of the evolving integrated GOS comprised: • Revision of the content of the WMO publication Guide on the Global Observing System (WMO-No. 488); • Publishing as WWW Technical Report The Implementation Plan for Evolution of Surface- and Space-based Subsystems of the GOS; • Preparation of updates for the WMO publication Manual on the Global Observing System (WMO-No. 544); • Revision of the content and development the database for the WMO publication Weather Reporting, Observing Stations (WMO-No. 9, Vol. A);

EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Specific input to the planning and implementation of EC-LVIII 2006 Global Observing System (GOS) Specific input to the planning and implementation of the evolving integrated GOS comprised (2): • Establishment of three additional CBS Lead Centres for GSN and GUAN data by NMHSs of Australia, Iran and Morocco;

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS Key Tasks and activity ØUpdate GTS design (incl. MTN), taking best EC-LVIII 2006 ISS Key Tasks and activity ØUpdate GTS design (incl. MTN), taking best benefits from ICT, towards the WIS core network; ØDesign & implementation planning for the WIS communication networks and centres (GISCs, DCPCs); ØPromote & coordinate migration plan to tabledriven code forms with other commissions;

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS Key Tasks and activity ØDevelopment of the WMO metadata standard with EC-LVIII 2006 ISS Key Tasks and activity ØDevelopment of the WMO metadata standard with other commissions and in liaison with ISO; ØCoordination & monitoring of current operation of GTS and data management, including support to Early Warning Systems; ØCoordination and protection of WMO-related radio-frequency bands, especially with ITU.

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS – (F) WIS EC-LVIII 2006 ISS – (F) WIS

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS – WIS EC-LVIII 2006 ISS – WIS

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - WIS Where we are in this project? Considerable efforts were EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - WIS Where we are in this project? Considerable efforts were made in developing the technical and operational specifications of the WIS GISCs and DCPCs, including an ad-hoc GISC & DCPC developers meeting (Langen, Germany, 29 -31 March 2006). (DWD, ECMWF, EUMETSAT, KMA, Météo. France, NCAR, ROSHYDROMET and JCOMM Centre Obninsk, UKMet. Office)

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - WIS Where we are in this project? An initial implementation EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - WIS Where we are in this project? An initial implementation of some WIS functions could be achieved by the end of 2006 in a semioperational mode. WIS success depends upon pilot projects.

EC-LVIII 2006 WIS-relevant Pilot Projects • CBS RA VI VGISC project (Exeter, Offenbach, Toulouse, EC-LVIII 2006 WIS-relevant Pilot Projects • CBS RA VI VGISC project (Exeter, Offenbach, Toulouse, ECMWF, EUMETSAT) • CBS VPN Pilot Project based on the Internet in RA II and V CCl Cli. Ware – (Obninsk, Russian Federation, portal access to climate data over the Internet) • JCOMM GISC-E 2 EDM prototype (Obninsk, Russian Federation) • EUMETNET UNIDART Web portal for a uniform data request inferface • CAg. M WAMIS (World Agremeteorological Information Service; S. Korea) • СAS THORPEX/TIGGE • NERC Data. Grid – UK e-Science project for accessing environmental information • Earth System Grid – US project that enables management, discovery, distributed access, processing, & analysis of distributed tera-scale climate data

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - TECO-WIS will be held in association with the extraordinary session EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - TECO-WIS will be held in association with the extraordinary session of CBS – 2006, November.

EC-LVIII 2006 WIS The WIS position and functions in the general WMO infrastructure should EC-LVIII 2006 WIS The WIS position and functions in the general WMO infrastructure should be precisely defined for better understanding and implementation by the Member countries.

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS activity ØGTS support to the Exchange of Multi. Hazard Early Warning, EC-LVIII 2006 ISS activity ØGTS support to the Exchange of Multi. Hazard Early Warning, including Tsunami Warnings

EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - Migration to Table Driven Code Forms Only small number of EC-LVIII 2006 ISS - Migration to Table Driven Code Forms Only small number of countries had developed or were currently developing a national plan for the migration to Table Driven Code Forms (TDCF).

EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Ensemble Prediction Systems (EPS) § 14 EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Ensemble Prediction Systems (EPS) § 14 GDPFS centers are running EPS and the products continue to be of considerable interest as they are a realization of quantifying uncertainty in the numerical simulations and predictions of the atmosphere. § “Guidelines on using information from EPS in combination with single higher resolution NWP forecasts” (February 2006) was developed to assist meteorological users of EPS products.

EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Long-range Forecasting (LRF) § 14 LRF EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Long-range Forecasting (LRF) § 14 LRF producers § The Lead Centre for Standard Verification System for LRF (SVSLRF) stated that the Web site is operational and the exchange of verification data has started § The WMO Secretariat recently sent a letter to the PRs of the concerned countries inviting them to consider, as recommended by CBS-XIII, producing a document for the next session of CBS to seek recognition as an official Global Producing Centre (GPC) of LRF and to consider submitting their centre’s verification results to the Lead Centre for SVSLRF.

EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project (SWFDP) EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project (SWFDP) § SWFDP is being organized as a regional project whose scope is to explore and test the usefulness of the products that are currently available from NWP centres, or products which could be made available from current systems, with the goal to improving severe weather forecasting services in countries where sophisticated model outputs are not currently used. § CBS, through the Project Steering Committee, decided to implement in 2006 the first SWFDP regional sub-project in south-eastern Africa.

EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project (SWFDP) EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Severe Weather Forecasting Demonstration Project (SWFDP)

EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Nuclear Emergency Response Activities (ERA) The EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Nuclear Emergency Response Activities (ERA) The Coordination Group on Nuclear ERA reviewed the status of implementation of the operational arrangements that involve the WMO RSMCs with activity specialization in nuclear environmental emergency response (Beijing, Tokyo, Obninsk, Montréal, Washington, Melbourne, Exeter, Toulouse), and the RTH Offenbach for operational notification via the GTS. The review was based on the results of the international Conv. Ex-3 exercise (May, 2005) organized by the Inter-Agency Committee on Response to Nuclear Accidents, led by IAEA, as well as in the context of the IAEA-adopted International Action Plan for Strengthening the International Preparedness and Response System for Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies (2004 -2009).

EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Non-Nuclear Emergency Response Activities The meeting EC-LVIII 2006 DPFS - Data-Processing & Forecasting System Non-Nuclear Emergency Response Activities The meeting of the CBS ET on Modelling of Atmospheric Transport for non-Nuclear Emergency Response was held in Melbourne, Australia, 19 to 23 September 2005. Because of the predominately “localized” nature of environmental emergencies related to chemical incidents (spills or releases), the strategy and action plan should be concentrated on developing the necessary capabilities at the NMHSs. However, in the case of smoke from large fires, a regionalized approach would be appropriate, where RSMCs could provide emergency guidance and support to NHMSs and at the same time build capacity at the national level. A draft action plan was developed.

PWS EC-LVIII 2006 Major current activities Capacity building and transfer of technology Natural disaster PWS EC-LVIII 2006 Major current activities Capacity building and transfer of technology Natural disaster mitigation and public response to warnings; cross-border warnings exchange Relationships with the media, emergency management Application of new technology in PWS product development, design and service delivery Verification, service assessment and quality management Enhancement of NMS visibility and status

EC-LVIII 2006 PWS OPAG on PWS had carried out an extensive review of the EC-LVIII 2006 PWS OPAG on PWS had carried out an extensive review of the Programme, its functions and strategies. It had re-defined these in view of the emerging trends and needs in service provision and delivery.

EC-LVIII 2006 WEB-BASED PROJECTS International exchange of public forecasts and warning q World Weather EC-LVIII 2006 WEB-BASED PROJECTS International exchange of public forecasts and warning q World Weather Information Service (WWIS) Web Site; provides a centralized source of official global city weather information; carries climatological data for 1002 cities from 153 Members and weather forecasts for 858 cities by 90 Members; q Severe Weather Information (SWI) Web Site; provides a centralized source for media access of official tropical cyclone warnings and information; has global coverage and participation by 19 Members.

EC-LVIII 2006 CBS involvement to WMO cross cutting programmes and activities Ø DPM, Ø EC-LVIII 2006 CBS involvement to WMO cross cutting programmes and activities Ø DPM, Ø Quality Management System, Ø WMO Space Programme, Ø Climate study and GCOS-related activities, Ø GEO/GEOSS process, Ø THORPEX, Ø International Polar Year Ø……

EC-LVIII 2006 GEOSS Many GEO targets are relevant to CBS and many CBS activities EC-LVIII 2006 GEOSS Many GEO targets are relevant to CBS and many CBS activities are relevant to GEO. CBS proposes that the GEO Work Plan focus on two specific activities: Øassessing the current data transfer & dissemination requirements and systems in all SBA; Øpreparing a detailed high level description of what new system would be and would do.

EC-LVIII 2006 DPM Over its life time, CBS has assembled a significant degree of EC-LVIII 2006 DPM Over its life time, CBS has assembled a significant degree of competence and developed a broad network of expertise in matters closely related to DPM within its OPAG structure. It will be important to ensure that the execution of the Implementation Plan for DPM and the work of CBS in this area, can proceed in a complementary fashion, so that there is no un-necessary duplication of effort and/or resources.

EC-LVIII 2006 Integration of the WMO Observing System Most of the WMO sponsored programmes EC-LVIII 2006 Integration of the WMO Observing System Most of the WMO sponsored programmes are interconnected/ WMO observing Systems should be developed into Integrated Observing System WWW GOS would serve as an infrastructure for integrated observing system

EC-LVIII 2006 WWW visibility as a core infrastructure element for most WMO programmes must EC-LVIII 2006 WWW visibility as a core infrastructure element for most WMO programmes must be improved.

EC-LVIII 2006 Thank you ! Executive Council, Fifty-Eighth session Geneva, 20 -30 June, 2006 EC-LVIII 2006 Thank you ! Executive Council, Fifty-Eighth session Geneva, 20 -30 June, 2006