South-eastern Europe Climate Outlook Forum (SEECOF) Background and Operational Strategy. ICEED/10, 21-22 September 2010 TSMS, Istanbul, Turkey. Dimitar Ivanov , Chief WMO Regional Office for Europe. Regional Climate Outlook Forums (RCOF).
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ICEED/10, 21-22 September 2010 TSMS, Istanbul, Turkey
DimitarIvanov, Chief WMO Regional Office for Europe
Excerpt from XV RA VI Report:
“18.104.22.168 The Association noted with deep appreciation that the Regional Climate Outlook Forum (RCOF) process has been initiated in the Region, with the organization of SEECOF-1 in Zagreb, Croatia, from 11 to 12 June 2008. The Association thanked the World Bank for its sponsorship of the event and the NMHSs of Croatia, Switzerland, Germany and Slovenia for their co-sponsorship and technical/logistic support. The Association agreed that the RA VI RCOF efforts need to be sustained in the longer term as required, and urged the Drought Management Centre for South-eastern Europe (DMCSEE), South-east European Virtual Climate Change Centre (SEEVCCC) and Members in the sub-region to continue further their support to the SEECOF process.
22.214.171.124 Noting with appreciation the WMO WCRP IPY Workshop on CLIPS in Polar Regions (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, 8-11 September 2008), and the agreement to work towards the establishment of a Polar Climate Outlook Forum (PCOF), the Association urged all Members with interests in the Polar Regions to actively contribute to the relevant efforts to identify the priority user requirements for climate information in these regions.”
The first on-line COF
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RA VI WG-CH
Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia (RHMS)
SEE Virtual Climate Change Centre (SEEVCCC)