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Slides from GAW 2013 on GAW basics and future. From presentations by Øystein Hov Chair JSC OPAG EPAC Norwegian Meteorological Institute GAW Workshop WMO Geneva 18-20 March 2013. Mandate of WMO. Protect life and property, safeguard the environment, contribute to sustainable development,

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Slides from gaw 2013 on gaw basics and future

Slides from GAW 2013on GAW basics and future

From presentations by Øystein Hov

Chair JSC OPAG EPAC

Norwegian Meteorological Institute

GAW Workshop WMO Geneva 18-20 March 2013


Mandate of wmo

Mandate of WMO

Protect life and property,

safeguard the environment,

contribute to sustainable development,

promote long-term observation of meteorological, hydrological, climatological data, incl related environmental data,

promote capacity-building,

meet international commitments


Slides from gaw 2013 on gaw basics and future

Rationale for GAW: to understand and control the increasing influence of human activity on the global atmosphere

Challenges

Stratospheric ozone depletion and UV increase

Weather and climate change from greenhouse gases, ozone and aerosols

Air pollution impacts human health and ecosystems

Socio-economic consequences of weather, climate, human and ecosystem health, water supply and quality, food production.

The mission of GAW

reduce environmental risks and support environmental conventions.

Strengthen prediction of climate, weather and air quality.

Contribute to scientific assessments in support of environmental policy.

through

Maintain and apply global, long-term observations

quality assurance and quality control.

User driven products and services.


What have we learnt during gaw2013

What have welearnt during GAW2013?

  • ESFRI ACTRIS (Gelsomina Pappalardo)

  • IGAC (Paul Monks)

  • The Swiss GAW-support (Gabrieala Seiz)

  • WHO Air quality and health (Heather Adair-Rohani)

  • SAG and ET reports

    • GHG (Ed Dlugokencky)

    • Ozone (Johannes Stähelin)

    • Precipitation chemistry (Richard Artz)

    • Reactive gases (Martin Schultz)

    • UV (Susana Diaz)

    • GURME (Greg Carmichael)

    • NRT (Vincent-Henri Peuch)

    • WDC (Jörg Klausen)

  • Airborne observations (Carl Brenninkmeijer)

  • GEO (Barbara Ryan)

  • WIGOS (Sue Barrell)

  • GFCS (Deon TerBlanche)

  • Ash detection network (Thomas Werner)

  • Mt Simone Pyramid ABC (Sandro Fuzzi)

  • MACCII (Vincent-Henri Peuch)

  • IPCC (Renate Christ)

  • Satellite activities (John Burrows)

  • Break out sessions

    • Communication and outreach

    • QA/QC and RRR

    • Socio-economic and policy priorities, expansion of networks

    • Integrated use of observations

Need to account for the human impact on the atmosphere

Must establish a science integrity before it is made into services


Slides from gaw 2013 on gaw basics and future

GAW2013 has reviewed status against the five «strategic thrusts» as defined in WMO Strategic Plan 2012-2015

  • Improving service quality and service delivery

  • Advancingscientificresearch and applicationsdevelopment and implementationoftechnologies

  • Strengthencapacitybuilding

  • Build and enhancepartnerships and cooperation

  • Strengthengoodgovernance


Slides from gaw 2013 on gaw basics and future

Service delivery


Way forward for gaw seen against current and new priorities in wmo strategic plan 2016 2019

Way forward for GAWseen against current and new priorities in WMO Strategic Plan 2016-2019

«Science for service»

  • Disaster risk reduction focus

  • Global integrated polar prediction system (GIPPS) incl GCW

  • Megacities

  • Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS)

  • WMO Integrated Global Observing System (WIGOS) and WMO Information System (WIS)


Gaw into the future

GAW into the future

Product delivery focus (issues: AQ, deposition, dust, volcanic ash, climate, NWP, seasonal weather forecasts)

Observations, research, services

Policy impact/facilitation (AQ, CLRTAP, GFCS, IPCC, new global/regional alliances?). Reduce redundancies and parallel processes

WIGOS, WIS

Data stewardship

Country contributions to research, infrastructure, education, institutional building

Management structure; community of practise


Slides from gaw 2013 on gaw basics and future

GAW links to other WMO initiatives

  • For GFCS – GAW contributes through observations and services related to drivers of climate change (e.g. GHG Bulletin) and applications in various priority areas (e.g. health, agriculture and food security), through the Research and Observations and Monitoring Pillars.

  • For WIGOS and WIS – purpose is to enhance the interoperability and availability of high-quality observational data as the foundation for new and improved services. GAW is actively involved in the implementation of both WIS and WIGOS providing insights into best practices related to atmospheric composition observations and data and also to derive benefits from more sustainable and better integrated observational networks;

  • For WWRP Polar Prediction Project – a multi year research initiative to address the growing requirements for improved weather services on time scales from hours to seasonal in the rapidly changing polar regions. The inclusion of atmospheric composition in the modelling and prediction systems is viewed as a necessity. Improved understanding of processes in polar regions are also expected to have advantages to predictive skills in mid-latitudes.


Points in a gaw strategy 2016 2019

Points in a GAW strategy 2016-2019

  • USER DRIVEN PRODUCTS: AQ, deposition, UV, dust incl volcanic ash, climate, NWP incl seasonal weather forecasts, marine input

  • TOWARDS “ONE CHAIN”: Research driven and operational observations, model development and application, and services

  • CORE GAW ACTIVITY: Doing Good Observations, not only collecting others’

  • POLICY FACILITATION: AQ, CLRTAP, GFCS, IPCC, new global/regional alliances, and FEWER PARALLEL PROCESSES in the technical underpinning of policies

  • DATA STEWARDSHIP. WIS (WIGOS). User-data provider interaction

  • FOSTER COUNTRY CONTRIBUTIONS to research, infrastructure, education, institutional building are essential

  • Management structure; community of practise


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