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Meteorological Technology World Expo Meteorological Technology World Expo is the world's largest event for technology and services in today's weather and environment industry. Taking place September 22, 23, 24, 2020, in Paris, France. Free entry!

Mitsubishi Electric has been designated as the contractor of the Global Observing #Satellite for Greenhouse gases and Wa...
15/04/2020

Mitsubishi Electric has been designated as the contractor of the Global Observing #Satellite for Greenhouse gases and Water cycle by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency - read more here: https://bit.ly/2UvwYvx #MetTechExpo

Reducing the combustion of #fossilfuel can improve water quality on China’s coast, according to researchers at the Unive...
08/04/2020

Reducing the combustion of #fossilfuel can improve water quality on China’s coast, according to researchers at the University of Hong Kong: https://bit.ly/3awjeGt #MetTechExpo

With people in Britain having more time on their hands, the University of Reading is asking for help transcribing histor...
01/04/2020

With people in Britain having more time on their hands, the University of Reading is asking for help transcribing historic #rainfall records – find out more: https://bit.ly/2WYhJNC #MetTechExpo

31/03/2020

We apologize, but due to the coronavirus, we have substantially reduced staffing for the month of April, and will therefore be limited in our ability to respond to queries or questions, or post content. We would like to wish all our exhibitors, visitors, delegates, speakers and readers our best wishes during this difficult period.

All hail #data analytics: US weather technology company Canopy Weather has teamed up with risk management firm Global Ri...
27/03/2020

All hail #data analytics: US weather technology company Canopy Weather has teamed up with risk management firm Global Risk Solutions to streamline weather-related property damage claims – read more: https://bit.ly/2JieyIs #MetTechExpo #weather

Common strategies to reduce the #concrete sector’s greenhouse gas emissions could increase local air #pollution and rela...
26/03/2020

Common strategies to reduce the #concrete sector’s greenhouse gas emissions could increase local air #pollution and related health damages – read more: https://bit.ly/2xoHQlW
#MetTechExpo

Industry News: The  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is looking for a technology partner to design...
24/03/2020

Industry News: The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is looking for a technology partner to design and build the Earth Prediction Innovation Center: https://bit.ly/2WD5HJe #MetTechExpo #Forecasting #Climate

The #Coronacrisis forces a major US supercomputer, used in #weather #forecasting, to close its doors to the public amid ...
23/03/2020

The #Coronacrisis forces a major US supercomputer, used in #weather #forecasting, to close its doors to the public amid fears over the spread of #COVID19 – find out more: https://bit.ly/2UoHNhH #MetTechExpo #NASA

#DATA IS IMPORTANT: The #widefires that ravaged the Amazon region last year provoked worldwide concern. Yet in spite of ...
23/03/2020
Satellite analysis shows last year’s Amazon wildfires similar to those of previous years | Meteorological Technology International

#DATA IS IMPORTANT: The #widefires that ravaged the Amazon region last year provoked worldwide concern. Yet in spite of widespread coverage in the media and intense international scrutiny, a new analysis reveals that the #wildfires were not much worse than previous years. https://bit.ly/2vBV8Lr #MetTechExpo

The fires that ravaged the Amazon region last year provoked worldwide concern. Yet in spite of widespread coverage in the media and intense international scrutiny, a new analysis reveals that the wildfires were not much worse than previous years. The detailed analysis used satellite data from the Eu...

I detect a riot or a #thunderstorm? We think we prefer the latter 😏 #Meteorological instrument manufacturer Biral has pr...
22/03/2020

I detect a riot or a #thunderstorm? We think we prefer the latter 😏
#Meteorological instrument manufacturer Biral has provided the Paya Lebar Quarter property with a #thunderstorm detection system – find out more: https://bit.ly/2Ur8sdZ #MetTechExpo

LET'S DEBATE ❓: So-called ‘blocks’ in the jet stream can lead to extreme #weather events – but what causes these ‘blocks...
20/03/2020

LET'S DEBATE ❓: So-called ‘blocks’ in the jet stream can lead to extreme #weather events – but what causes these ‘blocks’? Scientists continue to debate this topic: https://bit.ly/2Wx1F50 #MetTechExpo #Meteorological #Climate

Living the #WorkingFromHome life? #Meteorological Technology International has got you covered – check out our website f...
20/03/2020

Living the #WorkingFromHome life? #Meteorological Technology International has got you covered – check out our website for industry-leading news and browse through our archive of #magazines - available online! Let us know what your favourite issue is! https://bit.ly/33AAeIV #MetTechExpo

Passenger Terminal EXPO
20/03/2020

Passenger Terminal EXPO

Salt Lake City in Utah was hit by a magnitude 5.7 earthquake on Wednesday, March 19, causing the #airport to be closed temporarily. The airport was far quieter than usual, due to the #COVID19 pandemic, making evacuation easier. https://bit.ly/38ZaZRS #Airports #Passengers

A new study will allow scientists to better predict the warming of the world’s freshwater lakes due to #climate change –...
19/03/2020

A new study will allow scientists to better predict the warming of the world’s freshwater lakes due to #climate change – find out more: http://bit.ly/3a1FoAc #MetTechExpo

Ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland are melting six times faster than in the 1990s, according to satellite observatio...
18/03/2020
Polar ice melting much faster than in the 1990s | Meteorological Technology International

Ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland are melting six times faster than in the 1990s, according to satellite observations – find out more: http://bit.ly/2WkmBMt #MetTechExpo

Ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland are melting six times faster than in the 1990s, according to satellite observations. The research was conducted by an international team of 89 polar scientists from 50 organizations. ') } else { console.log ('nompuad'); document.write('') } // --> ') } else if....

Wind #lidar instrument provider Leosphere has launched Windcube Insights, offering #data analytics for #windturbine perf...
11/03/2020
Leosphere launches Windcube Insights | Meteorological Technology International

Wind #lidar instrument provider Leosphere has launched Windcube Insights, offering #data analytics for #windturbine performance testing. Read more: http://bit.ly/2TAV33P #MetTechExpo #Data

Wind lidar instrument provider Leosphere has launched Windcube Insights, offering data analytics for wind turbine performance testing. Windcube Insights offers transparent data analysis and reporting for Windcube Nacelle customers within a web-based user interface. ') } else { console.log ('nompuad'...

Can #bigdata help with #climatechange? A study by Michigan State University says big data and digital technologies can h...
09/03/2020
Big data helps farmers adapt to climate change | Meteorological Technology International

Can #bigdata help with #climatechange? A study by Michigan State University says big data and digital technologies can help farmers adapt to climate change – find out more: http://bit.ly/33evDfH #MetTechExpo

A study by Michigan State University says big data and digital technologies can help farmers adapt to climate change. The study is the first to precisely quantify soil and landscape features and spatial and temporal yield variations in response to climate variations. ') } else { console.log ('nompua...

NEWS: Regions around the world known for Mediterranean #climates will become much drier in the future unless #greenhouse...
04/03/2020
Mediterranean-style climates to get drier under climate change | Meteorological Technology International

NEWS: Regions around the world known for Mediterranean #climates will become much drier in the future unless #greenhousegas emissions are cut, a new study has revealed – find out more: http://bit.ly/396TgZp #MetTechExpo #gasemissions

Regions around the world known for Mediterranean climates will become much drier in the future unless greenhouse gas emissions are cut, a new study has revealed. Scientists from the UK and Italy published their study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), which found that the...

#Climate Measurement: The NCAR UCAR Science Education is improving its #aviation research facilities with a new US$22m #...
02/03/2020
Construction begins on new US center for airborne weather research | Meteorological Technology International

#Climate Measurement: The NCAR UCAR Science Education is improving its #aviation research facilities with a new US$22m #construction project. The new facility will be double in size to the previous building. Find out more: http://bit.ly/388VN3X #MetTechExpo

The US National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is enhancing its aviation research facilities with a new US$22m construction project. Construction begins this month on a state-of-the-art aviation research facility at the NCAR site at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport in Broomfield, Colorado...

#Solar storms may ‘blind’ gray whales 🐳: Gray whales might depend on a magnetic sense to navigate their way in the ocean...
27/02/2020
Solar storms may ‘blind’ gray whales | Meteorological Technology International

#Solar storms may ‘blind’ gray whales 🐳: Gray whales might depend on a magnetic sense to navigate their way in the ocean, according to researchers who have found that they are more likely to strand on days when there are more sunspots. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2T4etxF #MetTechExpo

Gray whales might depend on a magnetic sense to navigate their way in the ocean, according to researchers who have found that they are more likely to strand on days when there are more sunspots. Sunspots are linked to solar storms, which have the potential to disrupt magnetic-orientation behavior wh...

News: An increase in the frequency and intensity of #rainfall events as a result of climate change could lead to more #l...
24/02/2020
Climate change could trigger more landslides in the Himalayas, according to NASA | Meteorological Technology International

News: An increase in the frequency and intensity of #rainfall events as a result of climate change could lead to more #landslides in the #Himalayas, a new study has found. Read more here: http://bit.ly/32b95eV #MetTechExpo #Meteorology #ClimateChange #NASA

An increase in the frequency and intensity of rainfall events as a result of climate change could lead to more landslides in the Himalayas, a new study has found. The NASA-led study looked at satellite estimates and computer modeling of precipitation data to project the impact of changing rainfall p...

A new NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration airborne science mission will investigate the role of microsc...
21/02/2020
NASA flight mission to investigate aerosols role in sea cloud formation | Meteorological Technology International

A new NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration airborne science mission will investigate the role of microscopic #aerosol particles in cloud formation. Read more: http://bit.ly/2SFvPR7 #MetTechExpo #Meteorology #NASA

A new NASA airborne science mission will investigate the role of microscopic aerosol particles in cloud formation. The first of six scheduled flight missions took off last week from NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, the US Space Agency said. ') } else { console.log ('nompuad'); ...

A record temperature high has been set in the #Antarctic peninsula, with researchers measuring a #temperature of 18.3°C....
19/02/2020
Record high of 18.3°C set on Antarctic peninsula | Meteorological Technology International

A record temperature high has been set in the #Antarctic peninsula, with researchers measuring a #temperature of 18.3°C. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2SFWNIv #ClimateChange #MetTechExpo #Weather

A record temperature high has been set in the Antarctic peninsula, with researchers measuring a temperature of 18.3°C. The record heat, recorded on the northern tip of the peninsula on February 6 by the Argentine research base Esperanza, was significantly warmer than the previous record of 17.5°C,...

Met News: A reduction in #aerosols due to a crackdown on air #pollution has significantly contributed to fewer extremely...
18/02/2020
Crackdown on aerosols led to fewer extremely cold days in Europe, says study | Meteorological Technology International

Met News: A reduction in #aerosols due to a crackdown on air #pollution has significantly contributed to fewer extremely cold days in Europe and Russia, a study finds. Read more: http://bit.ly/2UPJIOb #MetTechExpo #Climate

A reduction in aerosols due to a crackdown on air pollution has significantly contributed to fewer extremely cold days in Europe and Russia, a study finds. The US study, published in Nature Climate Change, used a state-of-the-art climate model to track winter weather across Europe and northern Euras...

Is Florida the Sunshine State? Miami’s future looks to be increasingly in doubt due to #climatechange with new research ...
14/02/2020
Study reveals world's most vulnerable coastal city to climate change | Meteorological Technology International

Is Florida the Sunshine State? Miami’s future looks to be increasingly in doubt due to #climatechange with new research naming it “the most vulnerable major coastal city in the world.” Find out why: http://bit.ly/2SqNVGr #MetTechExpo

Miami’s future looks to be increasingly in doubt due to climate change with new research naming it “the most vulnerable major coastal city in the world.” The study by Resources for the Future, a non-partisan economic think-tank, said that hundreds of billions of dollars in assets in the city w...

#Arctic tundra goes green: The latest #drone and #satellite technology is helping understand how the Arctic tundra is ge...
10/02/2020
Red alert as Arctic goes green | Meteorological Technology International

#Arctic tundra goes green: The latest #drone and #satellite technology is helping understand how the Arctic tundra is getting greener, and the reasons are more complex than previously thought. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/36Y1QrN #MetTechExpo #ClimateChange

The latest drone and satellite technology is helping understand how the Arctic tundra is getting greener, and the reasons are more complex than previously thought. As Arctic summer temperatures increase, plants are responding by coming into leaf sooner in spring. Tundra vegetation is spreading into....

BREAKING NEWS: The Airbus-built Solar Orbiter launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 23.03 local time on Sunday, Febr...
10/02/2020
Solar Orbiter sets off to study the sun | Meteorological Technology International

BREAKING NEWS: The Airbus-built Solar Orbiter launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 23.03 local time on Sunday, February 9, to study the sun. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2SdO7su #MetTechExpo #Meteorological #Solar #Satellites #WeMakeItFly
Airbus Space

The Airbus-built Solar Orbiter launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, at 23.03 local time on Sunday, February 9, to study the sun. The European Space Agency (ESA) mission will study the sun to improve our understanding of how it creates the heliosphere. ') } else { console.log ('nompuad'); document....

New datasets from Surrey #Satellite Technology and the National #Oceanography Centre have demonstrated how reflections o...
07/02/2020
SSTL and NOC monitor polar sea ice with GNSS signals | Meteorological Technology International

New datasets from Surrey #Satellite Technology and the National #Oceanography Centre have demonstrated how reflections of satellite navigation signals from space can map #polar sea ice. Read how here: http://bit.ly/2v2sl1Q National Oceanography Centre #MetTechExpo #ClimateChange #Satellites

New datasets from Surrey Satellite Technology (SSTL) and the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) have demonstrated how reflections of satellite navigation signals from space can map polar sea ice. The measurements of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice were taken by SSTL’s small satellite, TechDemoSat-1, ...

#Weather Observation: Vaisala has donated three automated #weather observing systems to #airports in the Bahamas, replac...
06/02/2020
Vaisala donates observing systems to Bahaman airports | Meteorological Technology International

#Weather Observation: Vaisala has donated three automated #weather observing systems to #airports in the Bahamas, replacing ones that were destroyed during Hurricane Dorian. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2uhZOp4 #MetTechExpo #Forecasting #Weather #Climate #ExtremeWeather

Vaisala has donated three automated weather observing systems to airports in the Bahamas, replacing ones that were destroyed during Hurricane Dorian

#Meteorological News: Global average #temperatures are likely to reach record highs between 2020 and 2024, according to ...
04/02/2020
UK Met Office: temperature records likely to be broken in next five years | Meteorological Technology International

#Meteorological News: Global average #temperatures are likely to reach record highs between 2020 and 2024, according to computer models at the UK’s Met Office. Read more: http://bit.ly/2tovjNE #MetTechExpo #MetOffice #WeatherAware #Forecasting

Global average temperatures are likely to reach record highs between 2020 and 2024, according to computer models at the UK’s Met Office

News: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has formed an unusual partnership with the #cruise ship ope...
31/01/2020
NOAA partners with cruise ship company for Great Lakes climate research | Meteorological Technology International

News: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has formed an unusual partnership with the #cruise ship operator Viking in a bid to broaden its research of the US Great Lakes. Find out more: http://bit.ly/36OXQtj #MetTechExpo #Climate #Weather

NOAA has formed an unusual partnership with the cruise ship operator Viking in a bid to broaden its research of the US Great Lakes. As part of the agreement Viking will carry NOAA scientists on board its cruises of the region, set to begin in 2022. ') } else { console.log ('nompuad'); document.write...

NEWS: A new joint US-Taiwanese #satellite system is likely to significantly improve short-term #weather #forecasts accor...
27/01/2020
New joint US-Taiwanese weather satellite system releases first data | Meteorological Technology International

NEWS: A new joint US-Taiwanese #satellite system is likely to significantly improve short-term #weather #forecasts according to newly released #data from the project. Interested? Click here for more: http://bit.ly/2NTUkY4 #MetTechExpo

A new joint US-Taiwanese satellite system is likely to significantly improve short-term weather forecasts according to newly released data from the project. The COSMIC-2 constellation of six small satellites was sent in to orbit last June with the goal of improving forecasts of hurricanes and other....

Scientists researching cracks in the #Arctic sea ice have made a discovery about the impact these cracks have on weather...
24/01/2020
Research reveals how cracks in sea ice affect weather | Meteorological Technology International

Scientists researching cracks in the #Arctic sea ice have made a discovery about the impact these cracks have on weather. Interested? Find out more: http://bit.ly/3aFulxh #MetTechExpo #Weather

Scientists researching cracks in the Arctic sea ice have made a discovery about the impact these cracks have on weather. The cracks, known as ‘leads’, form in the wintertime exposing the Arctic Ocean to the air above. Some leads are just a few meters wide; others can stretch to kilometers wide. ...

NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY AT #EUMETSAT! The role, Remote Sensing Scientist – Optical Imaging, would involve working within the...
24/01/2020

NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY AT #EUMETSAT! The role, Remote Sensing Scientist – Optical Imaging, would involve working within the Optical Imagery Competence Area of the Remote Sensing and Products Division. The successful candidate would be responsible for the validation and quality monitoring of Level-2 products extracted from EUMETSAT optical imaging instrument data, prototyping candidate algorithms for new or improved Level-2 products and supporting the development of operational processors implementing the selected algorithms. Find out more: http://bit.ly/2TzXjbU

View all job vacancies here: http://bit.ly/2NwJ4k9 #newopportunities #newvacancy

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